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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

London: For a Limited Time, Head to Byron for the Big D, One of the Best Burgers in London

Byron is London's fastest growing burger joint with 14 locations and counting. Their traditional burger is a six-ounce patty of Scotch beef served on a rather bland roll. In spite of the poor bread choice, Byron's standard patties are decent enough and are a good value at £6.50. But each February, Byron teams up with a historic butcher shop to create a truly remarkable burger, the Big D. More

Taste Test: Walkers Potato Chips New American Cheeseburger Flavor

To coincide with the FIFA Soccer World Cup, Walkers (the British name for Lay's) have released 15 unappealing-sounding flavors of their potato chips, each one influenced by a different country. I ignored the temptation of Australian BBQ Kangaroo and shunned the frankly shocking sounding English Roast Beef and Yorkshire Pudding for a packet of American Cheeseburger. 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

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