March 19, 2017 London UK Europe

Dirty Harry's Soho: I Loved the Mood, Not the Food!
Non-smokers friendly
Out with the Guys Casual Dining


Welcoming: 3/5

Food Temperature: 7/10

Ambiance / Music: 7.5/10

Menu Choice: 1/5

Food Taste: 5/30

Architecture / Interior: 7/10

Food presentation: 5/10

Service: 6/10

Value for money: 3/10

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I read burgers and walked in... thinking it's a diner like any other, but Dirty Harry's Soho turned out to be a pub, a bar and a music club. The burgers are catered by "Burgers & Beyond". I loved the vibes!


A band of four was playing tonight - the sound was so clear. Dimmed and red neon lights, a long bar, several tables with leather sofas and of course a choice of five burgers and chicken. With that, more than 41 choices of beers are offered and I wished I could try them all! 

I waited for my burgers while listening to the band and watching the bartenders preparing cocktails... Excuse the quality of images due to low lighting.

My first beer: BrewDog Dead Pony Club. A very aromatic beer with a toasted malt base transformed into a huge box of freshness embraced with tropical fruits, floral garlands and spicy undertones all over your palate.



  • The cheeseburger looks good. A rounded bun, a thick piece of patty cooked medium rare, melted cheese and a strong lemony taste that's not too pleasant. It's not something you would expect in a burger.
  • Loaded waffle fries! Euh... what's this exactly? Strips of fried potatoes that are neither crunchy nor soft. Hard and covered with  sauce that smells of garlic and onions. Nope!
  • The Cliff is a double-decker loaded with two super greasy patties, fatty cheese, bacon, mayo and lettuce. Too heavy, too fatty, too gooey... it's not something I enjoyed eating at all. The meat is like eating pure fat! 

Burger&Beyond had better learn how to cook burgers that are edible!





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