The best burgers and shrimp tostada in London!

February 20, 2017

Everyone that knows me knows that I’m a real foodie. The first thing I think about after booking a trip is the food that I’m about to eat during my stay.

My brother turned 19 this past weekend and I decided to surprise him with a weekend away with me in my favorite city in Europe.. LONDON TOWN!

I don’t only love London for its delicious food, but also for the atmosphere, the beautiful architecture, the people.. It’s totally different than Belgium. I just feel at home whenever I’m there. It’s my home away from home.

I could go on and on about London, but let’s cut this soppy story and get to the real deal: burgers and tostadas.

I’ve had my own passionate relationship with Mexican food for a while now. The last time I had amazing Mexican food was when I was on vacation in the United States and now I can add TGI Fridays to the list. I know it’s an American restaurant but guys this shrimp tostada was BOMB! This dish was so full of flavor, lots of spices, packed with melted cheese, pico de gallo, jalapeño, sour cream, guacamole.. one word: HEAVEN!


My brother had a burger called “Warrior’. As you can see in the picture below this burger is huge, so the name definitely does it justice. The burger is made of two beef burgers piled high with Mozzarella dippers, Colby cheese, bacon, American cheese, caramelized onions, and Fridays® mayo. Served with Cajun spiced onion rings. He didn’t enjoy the mozzarella dippers but besides that he really enjoyed it. In his own words:” The burger was moist”.


Our last stop for a burger was at Prime Burger inside St Pancras International. Guys, let’s have one moment of silence for these burgers…

Pff I don’t even know where to start. This is one of the best burger I’ve ever had in my life, it’s expensive but oh so worth its price. A meal (burger, reg fries and a drink) ranges from £9.80 to £14.45. We picked the Bad Boy which is made of two beef patties, double cheddar, bacon, union strings, lettuce, Prime ketchup and gherkins. We also had a side of garlic fries, but those were not worth the extra £3.50. You could really taste the raw garlic which wasn’t nice. The ones we make at home taste much better.


Head over or to get a good look at their menus and check them out while you’re in London!

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