London’s top 10 burgers

7: Dirty Burger cheeseburger (£6)

Founded by the brains behind Soho House, Dirty Burger was always going to be a winner. Taking the opposite tack to the chic surrounds of the private members club, DB is all grungy interiors and paper-wrapped buns.

With sites in Kentish Town, Vauxhall, Whitechapel, Balham, Tooting and Shoreditch, Dirty Burger makes our list for its exquisite burgers at wallet-friendly prices – just £6 for a cheeseburger rammed with pickles, cheese, lettuce and tomato. Don’t leave without trying the triple-cooked chips.

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