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Booked a table but arrived nearly half an hour early but still managed to squeeze us in. Going to keep it short and sweet by saying it was really good food from the starter to our burgers with first class service through out.
When your restaurant main dish is “burgers” you expect a pretty decent burgher, so I ordered the signature burgher “Byron burgher” and honestly I don’t know how this place still has clients.
The burgher was really dry and chewy.
I strongly do not recommend!
Date of visit: February 2019
ByronHamburgers, Guest Relations Manager at Byron, responded to this reviewResponded 3 days ago
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