At Cut + Grind Its concept is very simple, choosing the best pieces of meat to make a simple and effective hamburger: patties-hips, mandrels, ribs, sides, etc.- and grinding inside to obtain what you need The product. The
meatloaf itself is a bit rough and rustic around the edges, but it is very meaty, juicy, and well seasoned. In addition, they come in two forms: lean meat (lean meat) and juicy (marbled), and then they are made in several ways: beef (aged meatloaf and bearnaise) and house (classic tomato and maple meat) bacon) .
Surprisingly, although it was a vegan burger that won the gold medal. Eggplant slices are cooked in a thick, sweet, golden miso glaze and topped with sesame salad, kimchi and spicy tomato sauce. The meaty texture and rich flavor of eggplant make it an excellent choice.
Cut + Grind also offers breakfast to get you ready for the day. Dishes include shakshouka eggs, breakfast burgers, and poached eggs with granola and sourdough.
The food, service, and overall location make Cut + Grind an ideal spot for casual day / night outings, and with a solid, decent burger that weighs an average of 10 pounds, you really can’t go wrong. The idea behind
FoodPunk is to showcase the delicious food that London must offer, whether it’s to go to different restaurants, eat at a food market or search for some hidden gems in the city center. Regardless of its appearance and taste, I want to yell, get people involved, eat some delicious food, and learn about some interesting places.