Dirty Burger | Kentish Town Restaurant
You and Jessica Ennis have a lot in common.
Aside from the most obvious similarities – a great smile and a killer six pack – you’ve also both dedicated your lives to nobly seeking out perfection.
Jessica’s spent years striving to become the ultimate heptathlete, while you – in a comparable demonstration of grit and determination – have spent only marginally less time trying to uncover London’s greatest burger.
As a discerning judge of London’s best, you’ve spent months nipping between Meat Liquor, Honest Burgers, Hawksmoor, Lucky Chip, Goodman and beyond, critically assessing burger/bun ratios and textures; the smokiness of bacon; the gooiness of cheese; the structural integrity of each meal and – most pertinently of all – the number of times you’ve let out an audible moan while eating.
And now the time has come to stretch the boundaries of your training and expertise, with a trip to Dirty Burger – officially opening to the public on Wednesday.
Have no doubt: others will superficially visit this place in the hope that eating in a corrugated iron shed in a Kentish Town car park might be fun.
And it will be.
But you – the Jessica Ennis of burger connoisseurs – will be there with a far loftier purpose, expertly tucking into your milkshake and signature Dirty Burger in a glorious race to uncover perfection.
You deserve a medal for commitment alone.
Dirty Burger | Highgate Studios, Kentish Town, London NW5 1PB
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