I went to Honky Tonk , because they have caught my attention with an article which I’ve read recently on their “Glamburger”. The world’s most expensive burger has been cooked here .
1237 pound was the price of this burger:
the meat itself consisted of 220g of Kobe wagyu beef, minced with 60g of New Zealand venison to “balance the fat content”. At the centre there was a black truffle Brie ,the patty has been seasoned with Himalayan salt, served with a Canadian lobster poached in Iranian saffron.
Topping the meat there was more meat: bacon coated with maple syrup, along with beluga caviar and a hickory smoked duck egg covered in gold leaf. The bun was seasoned with Japanese matcha, which is a kind of powdered green tea, and mayonnaise, and then also coated in gold leaf. The garnish was a mango and champagne juice with grated white truffle.
The burger was created by Honky Tonk as a publicity stunt in partnership with Groupon, with one meal being given away to a lucky diner.
Her name was Laura, but unfortunately it wasn’t me.
So, I went to Honky Tonk , an American dining style little restaurant (it is a chain of two restaurants), because I was curious for its well know
burger reputation and I was very happily surprised because not only the burger was good, but the nachos too….(we ordered them twice…sooooooooo delicious) and the hot dog as well, and I guess everything on their menu was perfect and tasty for a Sunday brunch.
The burger was huge and tall served on a wooden board with a mini deep fryer bucket of french fries. Looking overall inviting.
Tasty, not incredible as expected, but I will definitely come back to try something else from the menu , like the bbq ribs or some other hot dog dish.
The staff was friendly and service not too long, and I loved their slogan on their t-shirts
6 Hollywood Rd, London SW10 9HY
020 7351 6611