Tommi's Burger Joint

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Another very good burger in London
With an amusingly twisted history, this quality Icelandic-owned enterprise by Tomas Tómasson (with a history going back to 1981) takes its name from a low-brow fast food burger chain in...Iceland. Go figure. Opened in July 2013 on a prominent corner in posh and genteel and increasingly consumer-hip Marylebone, the boisterous and unprecious Tommi's Burger Joint has not shed its pop-up image (from its earlier incarnation on the street), especially with its open kitchen and mildly shambolic feel. Not at all slick and not conspicuously comfy either, it nevertheless delivers a socko burger of the sexy/greasy/yummy variety, with taste and texture both scoring high points. Good thin fries too. Located just a few minutes north of Oxford St and about a 15-minute walk from Soho. Tube station: Bond Street. No reservations. Nearby landmarks include the Wallace Collection [see entry]. A second outlet opened in Chelsea in December 2013, with a Soho branch in 2016 (37 Berwick St).