Tommi's Burger Joint: Marylebone's Chilled-out No-fuss Burger Joint
Right after Meat Liquor and Patty & Bun opened up in Marylebone; another burger joint started making waves on the High Street: Tommi’s Burger Joint. I still swear allegiance to the juicy Dead Hippie Burger at Meat Liquor and I adore the chicken wings at Patty & Bun but there’s something about the Burger Joint that keeps drawing me back for more.
No queues. At all.
At the end of the day, it doesn’t really make sense to queue for 30 to 40 minutes to be able to enjoy a decent burger. And that’s what’s brilliant about Tommi’s. With all the hype and buzz surrounding its more famous neighbours, Tommi's goes quietly under-the-radar while making some pretty darn good burgers. No lengthy queues - the most you'd have to wait is about 5 minutes. You can’t say the same for Patty & Bun – which is packed anytime I walk past it on Christopher’s Lane and sometimes you’re just not in the mood for Meat Liquor's grungy dive bar atmosphere.
At Tommi’s Burger Joint, you can stroll in and get a nice succulent cheeseburger with crispy fries and all the pickles and hot sauces and add-on’s you want (they have an immense selection at the counter), find a seat right there and get instant meaty burger gratification.
What's not to like about that? :)