Byron's Diamond Jubilee 'Chilli Queen' burger
26 Apr 2012
To celebrate Her Majesty’s 60 years at the helm, Byron have created a Diamond Jubilee special that’s fit for a queen. The ‘Chilli Queen’ green chilli cheeseburger has plenty of kick, real staying power and is for strong constitutions only.
Byron’s restaurants are hamburger specialists, with a menu that focuses on proper hamburgers the way they should be: patties made with good beef from small Scottish farms minced freshly every morning, cooked pink, and served in a soft, squishy bun with minimum fuss and fanfare.
Byron have worked with fellow hamburger specialist Fred Smith, Head Chef of the Admiral Codrington in Chelsea, to create the Chilli Queen. The limited edition special will be a 6oz hamburger, with green chilli, chipotle mayo, shredded iceberg lettuce and American cheese, served in a glazed bun. It will be priced at £8.75 and available in all Byron restaurants from 3rd May – 5th June.
Byron founder Tom Byng previously owned two much-loved Notting Hill institutions: Zucca on Westbourne Grove and 192 on Kensington Park Road. The first Byron opened on Kensington High Street in 2007.