Father’s Day

Five places to celebrate Father's Day

Unlike Mother's Day where there is a US and a UK Mothering Sunday (or affectionately called 'Mum's Day'), there is only one day for Father's Day. Where to go on June 19th:

Bar Boulud (London) — Finding a proper* burger has been a challenge, but increasingly an easier one.  Among the first good burgers was in a restaurant located within the Mandarin Hotel. Though we had already ordered our entrees, after seeing plates of burgers going by, we couldn't resist and ordered one for ourselves.
www.barboulud.com+44 2072 013899
Mandarin Oriental, Hyde Park, 66 Knightsbridge, London SW1X 7LA

BRGR. CO (Multiple) — An unconventional tea that even the guys will enjoy. The menu consisted of a Bellini, ice tea, mini sliders (beef, chicken and salmon), fries and included a mini milk shake, brownie and lemon tart for dessert. You will need to book on Saturdays and Sundays when it is not uncommon for 80 teas to be served.

Burger & Lobster (Multiple) — This restaurant has a two-page drinks menu, but a much simpler food menu. There are only three items: burger, lobster and lobster roll. All three were perfectly cooked, though the best value is the lobster, which can be steamed or grilled. Each entree includes a small side salad and shoestring fries.

Hawksmoor (Multiple) — The beef in their Sunday roast is listed by cut and weight, with an assortment of sides (mac 'n' cheese, mashed potatoes, creamed spinach).  Be sure to leave room for yummy desserts like Knickerbocker Glory*, Peanut Butter Shortbread, and Raspberry Eaton Mess* to name a few.

MEAT Market (London) — Discreetly located within Jubilee Market Hall in Covent Garden, this is as far as I am concerned home of the messy burger. The burgers typically have two patties with a full choice of toppings. Be sure to end your meal with a spiked milkshake (a non-alcoholic version is also available).
www.themeatmarket.co.uk+44 2072 404852
The Deck, Jubilee Market Hall, Tavistock Street, London WC2E 8BE

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