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London’s Perfect Hamburger


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how to get in the news when you just happened to have opened a new restaurant!!

i heard cafe boheme has a pretty stonking one. has to be better than some of the food and service i had at hix!

Matt Christmas.

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as someone who:

1. loves the Ivy burger

and

2. does not particularly care for GBK.

i am still very surprised by the breadth of the implication here, and wonder if he is looking for publicity.

A meal without wine is... well, erm, what is that like?

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A bit off topic, but I had a fantastic "Exmoor Burger" at Putsborough Sands, North Devon on monday. Great view too.....

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Sarah Poli, Firenze, Kibworth Beauchamp

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Holly

Travelled to England from Canada in the late 60's and got a hunkering for a hamburger and spotted a Wimpy's. OUCH. A small filler article in our local paper five months later explained it all. They had just passed a law in England that in order to call it a hamburger it had to contain 3% meat.

Cheers

Malcolm

What ho, Jeeves.  No Wimpy?

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