Pickle Beer?! Byron’s newest drink has arrived and I’m hoping it stays!
Byron burger located in Covent Garden was buzzing with life and excitement, I couldn’t wait to try the controversial beer. Once seated I ordered my Pickle Beer straight away, followed by the Byron Burger, sweet potato fries and a side of chicken wings.
I was a little apprehensive to try the beer; even though I’m a pickle fan, pickle beer still seemed unusual. Boy was I wrong - this beer was delicious! It reminded me of an IPA, very light with a subtle dill flavour. Sweet, crisp and delicious! The perfect accompaniment for a juicy burger.
My Byron burger was very tasty indeed, cooked to perfection, pink and juicy, topped with smokey bacon and American cheese, all sandwiched in a sweet bun.
The sides were just as delicious, the sweet potato fries were thin and crispy, not at all soggy and incredibly moreish. The buffalo chicken wings had a lovely hint of spice and a blue cheese dipping sauce.
Finally I had to try the salted caramel brownie, stupidly I shared this with my partner. Big regret. Get one whole to yourself - it’s incredible. Very chocolatey and the salted caramel was perfection. Do it.
So much fun at Byron, my only question is - can I buy a crate? Cheers!
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