Join me as the adventure continues in Chelsea.
After wandering around the spectacular views of South Kensington one sunny afternoon, Isobel and I headed to Haché burgers on Fulham road. Haché is a quirky little spot filled with chic decor serving up a great batch of burgers. When we arrived I was slightly underwhelmed by the menu. It has a few french twists but overall it is very simplistic. The options are mostly changing the type of cheese in each burger which I found a bit lazy. There were a couple funky options don't get me wrong such as the Steak Mexican and the Steak Louisiana which has a smothering of peanut butter. However as Isobel rightly pointed out sometimes it's nice to go back to basics and have a good simple burger, which is exactly what we got.
To begin with we had to try an Oreo Milkshake each which were pretty delicious. I prefer the Oreo milkshakes at Byron personally but they're worth a try. We decided to order one steak cheeseburger and one steak le triomphe des truffes with a side of sweet potato fries and the standard hache fries. The burgers arrive topless (hehe) with a bit of a pointless salad on the side but boy are they delicious. My burger was generously glazed in a sweet truffle sauce with a helpful topping of gruyère cheese. Ah-mazing. My only gripe was the onions didn't really add much and I think some crispy onions or softer caramelised onions would have been tastier. The best thing about the burgers was the choice of either ciabatta or brioche buns. We both opted for brioche buns which were great, no sogginess in sight. The fries were pretty good too, still not my favourite but presented in a lovely mini chip basket.
Queue: We booked on a Saturday afternoon at 1pm and didn't really need to book. There are a number of chains around London so other chains might be busier.
Price: For a burger, fries and milkshake it was just under £20 each.
Ambience: Lovely chic decor, very chilled open space.
Where should I head to next?
Molly, 23, London.
A tiny food pornographer, with a minor addiction to burgers and sushi. Following a dairy-free diet not by choice, but forever choosing to eat cheese and chocolate.