A two-time winner of London’s prestigious Slider Decider competition, Rawson has created a menu that combines well-loved burger classics with some more unusual flavour combinations including tributes to the Big Mac and Cheese Burger and some very left-field options - all served as Duos, Trios or Quads - to mix and match your choices.
Rawson is also to add seasonal specials to the menu, ensuring diners receive a steady stream of new favourites. Fries come dusted with pink Himalayan salt, while there’s a non-burger alternative in the form of a traditional Hot Dog, topped with crispy onions, tomato sauce and American mustard and a vegetarian option.
Sharing a space with Cha Chaan Teng on Holborn’s Kingsway, the pop-up restaurant is the brainchild of David Michaels, who first designed the concept in Sydney back in 2007 and is also the author of burger bible The World Is Your Burger: A Cultural History. The owners of Bite Me Burger Co. are planing to follow up the pop-up with a permanent bricks and mortar site, set to launch in a West London location this autumn.
The Beef Encounter (aged grilled beef patty, special burger sauce, American cheese, shredded lettuce, pickles); The BC (aged beef patty, cream cheese aioli, bacon, Brie, crispy onion); the Duck Me (duck patty, truffle mayo, smoked hoisin, Swiss cheese, rocket) and the Lambtastic (lamb and mint patty, cumin, smoked yoghurt, jalapeno, Stilton, aioli, watercress).
Try one of their selection of thick, American-style shakes, with flavours including Coconut, Peanut Butter and Oreo.