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Dear AHT: In London Head to #Meateasy, The Meatwagon's Pop-Up Burger Joint

Last year AHT ran a feature on The Meatwagon, when owner Yianni Papoutsis was touring South East London cooking diner-style burgers to queues of people in pub gardens. Now the operation has moved to a semi-permanent location in New Cross called #Meateasy, after the wagon was stolen by some dastardly unknowns before Christmas. The small dining room above a disused pub features a small cocktail bar, dingy lighting, and menus chalked on the wall, and is jam packed five nights a week. More

Lucky Seven Offers Commendable Burgers in West London

In their words, Lucky Seven Diner is a "tiny neighbourhood East Coast American Diner" with a "cult following." Opened nearly a decade ago by local restaurateur Tom Conran, Lucky Seven attempts to recreate the "All-American Diner" feel in decor—they have a poster of Barack Obama to ramp up the Americana—and on the menu, but it's the hamburgers that prove ever popular, if slightly overpriced. More

The Meatwagon Serves Fantastic Burgers at a Great Price on the Streets of London

In an industrial estate in South-East London, Yianni Papoutsis is serving up fantastic burgers from The Meatwagon. The half-Greek, half-Irish, carpenter/caterer has a desire to improve London's slowly blossoming street food scene. He's knowledgeable about burgers, having traveled around the US of A on a search for brilliant food at low prices in curb-side locations, sampling some of America's best hamburgers en route. More

Giant Wedding Burger

eveningnews24.co.uk It's not a wedding cake shaped like a burger, but simply, a giant burger in place of the central wedding cake. Tom and Kerry Watts of Poringland, England, served a 19 kilogram (42 pound) cheeseburger at their wedding reception... More

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