March 6, 2019 • Restaurants2 min read

The 5 best Patty & Bun burgers to order with City Pantry

Discover the tastiest burgers from Patty & Bun. Order your favourite to your office with City Pantry. 

Patty & Bun may have started as a humble food truck - but with eight locations across the city nowadays -  they've become one of the biggest burger names in the capital. And it's easy to taste why. 

Using locally-sourced ingredients, like brioche buns from Bread Ahead Bakery, meat from HG Walter and cheese from Neal's Yard, all the burgers from Patty & Bun is worth queuing in the street for. Which is why people do it every single day.

So to help you out next time you're in the mood, here's our round-up of the best Patty & Bun burgers on the menu. And if you fancy skipping the queues? You can order all of these Patty & Bun burgers to your office with City Pantry. 


'Ari Gold' Cheeseburger

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Burger joints in London tend to rip up the burger rulebook every single day. But sometimes you just can't beat a classic. And you'll be hard-pressed to find a burger that beats the 'Ari Gold'. 

Patty & Bun's house classic, and their take on a cheeseburger, is a bit of a game changer. Order the 'Ari Gold' from City Pantry and you'll find a brioche bun crammed with a succulent beef patty, smokey mayo, pickled onions and more cheese than you've ever seen on a burger before. Seriously. If you like cheese, you're about to fall in love with Patty & Bun


'Smokey Robinson' Burger

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Forearm-dripping smokey mayonnaise. Painstakingly-crafted toppings. That signature medium-rare prime beef. 

This is what makes the 'Smokey Robinson' one of best burgers not just on the Patty & Bun menu, but on any burger menu in London. Taking things to another level with the addition of juicy caramelised onions and crispy bacon, the 'Smokey Robinson' probably deserves to be in a burger hall of fame. Just make sure you're wearing a dark top before ordering this bad boy from City Pantry. You have been warned.  


'Hot Chic' Chicken Burger

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If chicken burgers gets your taste buds tingling more than the usual beef, the 'Hot Chic' from Patty & Bun is about to become your new favourite burger. 

With three pieces of delicately breadcrumbed buttermilk chicken, coleslaw, picked cucumbers and smoked garlic aioli, this is more like a really good book than a simple burger. Because there's no way you'll be able to put it down.  


'The Whoopi Goldburger' 

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With beef, lamb and even chicken burgers adorning their menu, Patty & Bun is the sort of place you’d go if you’re a die-hard carnivore. Until now, that is - because they’ve only gone and introduced a vegan option. And you know what? It’s pretty damn delicious.

With a tempeh and mushroom fritter topped with pickled cucumbers, diced onion, double smoked gouda (vegan) cheese, mustard and ketchup all packed in between a tasty Bonsoy bun, the Whoopi Goldburger from Patty & Bun is the best vegan burger in London. No doubt.  


'Jose Jose' Chilli Burger

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There's no doubt about it, the 'Jose Jose' is one proper chilli cheeseburger. 

Stuffed inside the fluffy brioche bun this time is Patty & Bun's succulent beef patty, smothered in a spicy chilli sobrassada relish. And take it from us, this is not one for the faint of heart. But if you love a bit of spice, here's our City Pantry top tip: order the 'Jose Jose' on a dreary Tuesday afternoon and bring some spicy, burger-shaped sunshine into your life.


Are you ready to bring Patty & Bun's best burgers into your office? 

At City Pantry, we deliver Patty & Bun's burgers straight to your office, all for the same price as going direct. No fuss. No hassle. We make the best burgers in London just one click away. 

So what are you waiting for? Bring Patty & Bun into your office today. Just start here.

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