A mac and cheesy from Burger Craft

Location: The White Ferry House, Victoria
Choice: Messy Mac and Cheese
Price: £9
Rating: 6/10

I visited this place on a date and was worried about how messy the burger would be to it as I’d been eyeing up the menu during the day and was keen to try the ‘messy mac and cheese.’ Thankfully it turned out to be much easier to eat than I had imagined.
The day I chose to go to Burger Craft was on a sunny Thursday evening after work, they had cute quaint benches outside and the place was actually extremely quiet, but rather than feel deterred it felt as though I had stumbled across a hidden gem.
The staff were very friendly, the selection of burgers was pretty inclusive, my date had the all day breakfast burger and I the mac and cheese for something a bit different. The beef was delicious and cooked medium rare ( essential for a good burger joint) but the mac and cheese was added so sparingly it may aswell have not been included. However, I did have a slice of hash brown bites instead of chips which were the right level of crispy and absolutely delicious. I would definitely recommend those!
Overall, the place was a cute hidden gem with friendly staff and decent portions of food – you wont go hungry here!

For more info on Burger Craft visit: http://www.burgercraft.co.uk/home

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I'm a 25 year old single girl in London, blogging about my dating adventures, London culture and the best burgers I can find in this city.

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