Bite Me Burger

Love Burgers?
but never know which to choose now no fear with mini burgers you can have a selection of different burgers

Love Pop Ups – London had the pleasure in going along to Bite Me Burger Co that popped up in Holborn. There is also other locations around London that can be visited as well.

Bite Me Burger Co believes that size isn’t everything so this is why they created mini burgers which fit between your finger and thumb literally. Leaving you with the option to purchase a couple to a whopper load. They come in duo, trip, quad and dozen size portions. The hottest young critically acclaimed Young British Foodies Award winner chef Adam Rawson is the mastermind behind the menu.

However if you can’t get to Holborn you can always get it delivered be it at your office you work, a party, a special event, wedding, etc.

8 Comments

  1. Steve says:

    Finally a place where I can order sliders knowing that they will be tasty and juicy!

    I got to visit Bite Me Burger Co along with the gang thanks to LovePopUpsLondon.com. We went to their venue inside Cha Chaan Teng (another place with amazing food), but they will soon have locations in Soho such as Freedom Bar. as well as elsewhere.

    On the menu were three sliders, of which I went for:

    Read the rest here: https://neverfearnew.wordpress.com/2017/07/19/bite-me-burger-co/

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  2. Vi Vian says:

    Have you wondered how many bite-sized burgers you might be able to chow down? They are so sought after that these miniature sized burgers have earned the right to their own name, sliders. It’s eventually, and quite rightly, a mini burger.

    I do not usually opt for a down-sized burger, but an invitation from LovePopUpsLondon tempted me along for a night of burgers and milkshake from Bite Me Burger Co.

    Full blogpost review here : http://www.vi-vian.com/?p=12289

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  3. Jason M says:

    Bite Me Burger is a pop-up Burger outlet located within Jeremy Pang’s Cha Chaan Teng In Kingsway, Holborn and for me after eating there it reminded me of an American type diner that serves these classic food types from Mini Burgers, Mini Hotdogs,
    Shakes to Fries and Coca Cola.

    Along with the fries that I ordered which were delicious I had the Bacon Cheese burger which consisted of Aged beef patty, cream cheese aioli, bacon, Brie, crispy onion which was great in keeping with tradition with classic ingredients you’d expect from a burger.

    I also had a Bloody Mary which had Aged grilled beef patty, horseradish, onion, cheddar cheese, secret Bloody Mary sauce and I have to say it had quite a kick to it with a combination of great flavours.

    Lastly I went for the traditional American Hot Dog, with crispy onions, tomato sauce, American mustard and this for me was the best, flavours bouncing all round my mouth and my pallet on overtime!

    I’m a lover of milkshakes and for me Bite Me Burger’s milkshakes were absolutely amazing!
    Unique Flavours on the menu from Oreo, Coconut, Peanut Butter and your classic flavours Strawberry, Vanilla and the one I had Chocolate, not too thick not too runny just the right consistency for a classic shake.

    The big trend within pop-up places at present is the ability to have food delivered and yes Bite Me Burger can within certain London locations, so if your tied up in a meeting, team lunch or maybe just for yourself you can order various sizes for delivery from DUO, TRIO, QUAD & DOZEN sharing boxes,
    plus they can cater at Weddings and many other events, contact them for more details.

    Like all other restaurants today the market place is flooded with cookbooks sold within their restaurants and this is the same as Bite Me Burger but with a very unique book written by David Michaels this book is an encyclopaedic, eye-catching tribute to one of the world’s most popular foods – the humble hamburger

    “Celebrate the classic hamburger with this unprecedented collection of essays, photographs, and ephemera – a colourful look at the burger’s origins and impact, assembled by a true burgerphile whose passion has taken him around the globe. Perfect for home cooks and pop-culture addicts alike, the book is chock-full of original research, exclusive interviews with culinary icons, never-before-seen archival photographs from brands such as McDonald’s and White Castle, and twelve delicious recipes.”

    You can order from Amazon via the following link:-

    https://www.amazon.co.uk/World-Your-Burger-Cultural-History/dp/0714873985/ref=sr_1_1?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1500541153&sr=1-1&keywords=the+world+is+your+burger

    I’d Say if you are local to Holborn and love a burger (or 2 or 3) then head down to Kingsway or even get it delivered if you are lucky enough to be in the delivery range, I know where I’m heading again for my next burger!

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  4. Anna says:

    If you’re like me and constantly chasing that have it all dream of just plain indecisive then bite me burger is for you! Why have just one burger when you can have three?! Bite me burger have perfected the slider so there is no need for FOMO when reading through all the delicious combinations they have come up with. I would suggest having 3 sliders if you’re hungry or two if you’re looking for a smaller meal. I tried the Hawaiian, the lambtastic and the bloody Mary sliders. The lambtastic was without a doubt the winner in my book but to be fair they were all cooked to perfection.  Whatever you choose I highly recommend a yummy, creamy, coconut milkshake! Not too sweet and all about that tropical vibe. Bite me are currently only doing popups and deliveries so keep your eyes peeled for their next location (hint: Soho is about to get even cooler)
    Pro tip: sign up to their newsletter for two free burgers 😉

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  5. Zarina says:

    I love foodie pop-ups and one of the newest to make its way to London is Bite Me Burger Co., which opened in Holborn last month in a temporary residency inside Hong Kong café Cha Chaan Teng and will receive more pop-ups across London – in addition to offering deliveries and catering. Bite Me Burger is the brain child of award-winning chef Adam Rawson who made a name for himself as the winner of the Slider Decider competition two consecutive years and, unsurprisingly, sliders are front and centre on the menu.
    Read the full review on my blog: http://www.pagetostagereviews.com/2017/07/dinner-at-bite-me-burger-co-pop-up-in.html

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  6. Robert says:

    Thanks to LovePopUpsLondon.com @lovepopupslondon I was lucky enough to get invited to this great burger pop up kitchen housed in the trendy Cha Chaan Teng on Kingsway. Bite Me Burger Co is just a short walk from Holborn Tube Station. They are also branching out after their recent pop up success at Pride, with two new outlets in Soho at the Freedom and ‘O’ bars on Wardour Street.

    It’s such a great concept, especially for those people who find downing a large burger a bit daunting. Basically the burgers are slightly larger than a burger slider. The idea is that rather than stick with the one burger, you can chose smaller ones to mix and match and make your burger meal more interesting for the taste buds. They come in either duo, trio and quad portions. Popular with the local office takeaway and deliveries are the Dozen burger portion (A large order was being shipped to the ITV Studios when we were there).

    I had the Trio option. The 3 choices I went for was The BC (Bacon and Cheese), The Bloody Mary and American Hot Dog for my third choice. This was complemented my a portion of fries and a Peanut Butter milkshake. Of the two burgers I had the Bloody Mary was favourite. It must have been the added horseradish and secret bloody mary sauce, it was delicious. THe BC was good too, just the Bloody Mary burger would have me coming back here for the taste alone. The big surprise for me was the American Hot Dog. I loved it! The crispy onion topping was soooo good. It was my first time having a Peanut Butter milkshake, and it did not disappoint. I thought it would be a bit heavy and difficult to finish it, but it was not heavy at all. It is a milkshake I’d go for again.

    I can see Bite Me Burger taking off really well. I’m sure it will not be long before there are numerous outlets across London. Also looking forward to when their delivery service reaches my neighbourhood in W9!!

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