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22 Oct 21 17:15
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mixed reviews

hamburger £15

“Honestly, it was the worst burger ever.

“If you like burgers rare to medium rare don’t even bother going. Their policy is to serve their meat well done which results in burgers which are tasteless and hard as a brick,”

Michelin Star chef’s burgers as “tasteless” and “dry”and “inedible”

“I had the BAE burger and it was amazing. The meat was just great and the sauce so tasty,” one person said.

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By:
Giuseppe
When: 22 Oct 21 17:16
i wish i could afford £15 for an amburger
By:
xmoneyx
When: 22 Oct 21 17:41
pretent it's a £1 unit lucky15
By:
Mexico
When: 22 Oct 21 17:55
I was tempted to try this.
£15 for burger , chips & soft drink seemed OK . Obviously not if the burger is rubbish, at that price I would expect something special.
By:
irishone
When: 22 Oct 21 18:08
Suprised the "F" Word wasnt mentioned
By:
xmoneyx
When: 22 Oct 21 18:17
F for fries
By:
----you-have-to-laugh---
When: 22 Oct 21 18:32
Once paid £20 for a burger
in Paris. Restaurant was rammed,
drinks extra...
By:
leif
When: 22 Oct 21 19:02
Nation of fatties fed on growth hormone packed dogmeat.

Obese/Diabetic/Culled by covid.

Same faces in the local chippie. Porkers.
By:
politicspunter
When: 22 Oct 21 19:06
I wonder what BAE stands for. I don't think it's anything to do with space.
By:
moisok
When: 22 Oct 21 19:08
us landeners will swollow anything - price includedCool
By:
politicspunter
When: 22 Oct 21 19:09
Bacon and Egg Perhaps?
By:
----you-have-to-laugh---
When: 22 Oct 21 19:17
1/3 lb Certified Angus Beef® patty, fried egg, bacon, grilled green chile, fresh guacamole, hash browns, cheddar cheese & sliced tomato piled high on a brioche bun.

?
By:
politicspunter
When: 22 Oct 21 19:21
Hey, Bacon and Egg wasn't a bad guess Grin
By:
----you-have-to-laugh---
When: 22 Oct 21 19:23
Dunno if my c and p is
Ramsay, but, yeah bacon
and egg was good guess.
By:
JML
When: 22 Oct 21 20:57
“If you like burgers rare to medium rare don’t even bother going. Their policy is to serve their meat well done which results in burgers which are tasteless and hard as a brick,”

Could be fatal to eat rare burgers.
By:
truehoncho
When: 22 Oct 21 20:59
if you can find one
By:
politicspunter
When: 22 Oct 21 21:02

Oct 22, 2021 -- 2:57PM, JML wrote:


“If you like burgers rare to medium rare don’t even bother going. Their policy is to serve their meat well done which results in burgers which are tasteless and hard as a brick,” Could be fatal to eat rare burgers.


Certainly could, especially in a cafe or restaurant where their source is unclear.

By:
----you-have-to-laugh---
When: 22 Oct 21 21:06
Fresh made burgers are surely OK rare

If made from fresh meat, that may be eaten raw.
By:
politicspunter
When: 22 Oct 21 21:11
I do like them rare but am reluctant to have one cooked like that apart from at home. I guess that having confidence in your butcher, as we do, and the meat supplied, is an integral part of your enjoyment of any meal.
By:
glasshouses dogman
When: 22 Oct 21 21:12
Cook a steak rare and you should be OK eating it as any bacteria will be on the outside and are soon killed by cooking.

A burger is minced so bacteria can be found throughout the burger. Insufficient cooking could mean  some bacteria inside the burger can still be alive.
By:
Giuseppe
When: 22 Oct 21 21:14
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/I_Like_It_Raw
By:
Giuseppe
When: 22 Oct 21 21:15
shimmy shimmy ya
By:
----you-have-to-laugh---
When: 22 Oct 21 21:22
Steak tartar is minced and not cooked at all.

Meat at that level can surely
me made into burgers and eaten rare.
By:
saddo
When: 22 Oct 21 22:16
Depends if the person making the patty has been to the bog. I was ill after eating my only pink burger at some fashionable dump in Leeds.
By:
----you-have-to-laugh---
When: 22 Oct 21 22:41
Well yeah, but that can
happen with a well cooked
burger if its later infected,
or the trimmings are.

Leap of faith.
By:
shiny new shoes please
When: 23 Oct 21 12:32
Streak tartar is not minced ,it's finely diced , fillet normally
Minced beef for burgers is something rather different ,Anul glands ,Cartilage ect..
You are what you eat Cool
By:
shiny new shoes please
When: 23 Oct 21 12:33
*Steak.
By:
Foinavon
When: 23 Oct 21 15:29
moisok
moisok22 Oct 21 18:08Joined: 13 Jun 06 | Topic/replies: 36,974 | Blogger: moisok's blog
us landeners will swollow anything - price included


Having experienced interminable queues to buy overpriced carp to eat in cramped conditions in central Land'n I would almost agree with you except there were no Londoners there.
By:
shiny new shoes please
When: 23 Oct 21 15:53
Flaming Rib Tongue Out bbq
By:
----you-have-to-laugh---
When: 23 Oct 21 16:02
Having experienced interminable queues to buy overpriced carp to eat in cramped conditions in central Land'n I would almost agree with you except there were no Londoners there.


All down the old bull and Bush,
eating pie and mash and jellied eels.
By:
Foinavon
When: 23 Oct 21 17:02
Maybe. Happy More likely they have emigrated to the nether regions of Essex and Suffolk.
By:
irishone
When: 23 Oct 21 17:07
Why the feck wud ye bother ?
By:
----you-have-to-laugh---
When: 23 Oct 21 17:25


The only way is Essex, not!
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