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Published August 20th 2014
The Triple Decker Deluxe Burger at The Green Man pub in London's Berwick Street is one ginormous feast, but only for those who are not swayed by it's towering appearance.
When it comes to English pubs, you will find they are renowned for their delicious hearty meals. Whether it is a Sunday Roast with all the trimmings or a bowl of nachos, it is safe to say that we all succumb to a naughty fest once in a while.
The Green Man, is one of those pubs where you will be able to feel like a king even if it is the day before pay day. Reasonably priced pints and spirits (£4) to bottles of rose (£8) and upwards are always affordable at this establishment.
With roots dating back to 1738, you could say The Green Man has become a staple part of the west end of London, with its great positioning (in between Soho and bustling Oxford Circus) it manages to draw an eclectic crowd of students, shoppers and workers all in search of a relaxing retreat.
Scanning the menu at The Green Man is always a joy as all meals are under twelve quid, music to many ears. My partner decided to order the Triple Decker Deluxe Burger. What was on this bun tower you ask? Well here it goes:
A succulent beef patty, two large onion rings, BBQ pulled pork, two chicken breasts, cheese, tomato and lettuce and served with a side of fries. Phew.
Definitely not one for the faint hearted, the burger (just as the picture suggests) was one hot mess on a plate. Arming ourselves with a knife and fork as we devoured the beautiful beast that was in front of us.
I managed to get through a quarter without too much hassle and called it quits with three bites to spare. An appetite suppressant if there ever was one is the Triple Decker Deluxe Burger. Grab your partner and give it a red hot go. I dare you.