|Tommi's Burger Joint cheeseburger|
Tommi's landed in London from Iceland last year in a temporary location before setting down roots on Thayer Street in Marylebone. There's no rags to riches story of food truck to permanent home, but I don't think that does the guys at Tommi's a disservice. They'd perfected the burger on their home turf first before getting stuck into the competitive London burger scene.
The menu is thankfully brief and focused. Four types of burgers, if you count the veggie burger too (and generally a monthly special - before Christmas it was a venison burger, natch), fries and drinks (soda's, shakes, wine and beer). You can customise your burger with additions like bacon or a bearnaise sauce, but I tend to take my cheeseburger as is (it comes with red onion, lettuce, tomato, mayo, ketchup and mustard) and play with the free condiments on offer like, pickles, hot sauce, caramelised onions and the like.
|Tommi's Burger Joint cheeseburger bite through|
|Tommi's Burger Joint Marylebone|