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Review: Burgers at Foxden 
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Review: Burgers at Foxden 

If you like your burgers stacked high, your sides generous and sauces served with a measure of good humour, then you will love FOXDEN. Located in the heart of buzzing Fulham Broadway, Foxden offers all day dining in its cosy restaurant, as well as an award-winning takeaway service. Voted 9.7 out of 10 by the Food Review Club, we can certainly see why.

Owner Paul Foxon knows a thing or two about beef, growing up on his family’s Warwickshire farm before moving on to a career in hospitality, he opened Foxden after noticing a gap in the market for a new kind of gourmet burger. His ethos is focusing on high end produce, sustainability and local sourcing, served with a fun twist. The result is Foxden, a perfect combination of his culinary creativity and cheeky humour.

The menu includes stand out dishes such as the Duck Yeah crispy Asian duck confit burger, with rocket and chilli jam, an all-day Burger Breakfast with sausage, treacle cured bacon and smashed rosti bites (we can’t think of anything better for a hangover!) As well as classic faves like the What the Cluck breaded chicken and melted cheese burger with mouth-watering truffle mayo. For a meat-free dish try the sumptuous Vegan/Vegi burger made with Portobello mushroom, beans and quinoa, vegan chipotle mayo and crunchy healthy slaw. All burgers and sauces are made in-house from top quality ingredients, with gluten-free options available. Sides range from crispy lamb bites, healthy slaw, and tenderstem broccoli to chilli-cheese fries and rosti bites.

Looking at the menu, we felt spoilt for choice, we opted for the Double Bacon Cheese burger with Bloody Mary Baked Bean Ketchup and Sweet Potato Fries. Our burgers came out piled high, oozing and sizzling with goodies, our fries had the perfect amount of crispiness and crunch. The in-house sauce being the icing on the cake.

As we went on a weekday at noon I opted for a ginger Lemon Aid, but the drinks menu incorporates beers and wines from a range of consciously selected local makers. The list includes beers from London brewery Gipsy Hill, and wine from Chapel Down in Sussex. For those who want to indulge further the spirits list contains a great repertoire of classic cocktails as well as house specials, and if you really want to get the party started, shots of tequila!

With burgers starting at under £10.00 for a classic dry aged grass fed patty with gherkins and homemade sauce, and sides from £3.50, Foxden provides decadence at a very decent price.

Website: www.foxdenrestaurant.co.uk

Address: 24 Jerdan Pl, London SW6 1BH

Written by Claire Bloom

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