One of London’s prime steak restaurant, Manhattan Grill, will launch its new burger menu with a special American Independence Day offering, which will see the British Isles go head to head with America once more – in the form of two delicious burgers.
Chef Damian Trejo, who earned his culinary stripes cooking for President Barack Obama, has conjured up ‘The American’, which oozes streaky smoked bacon, sautéed garlic mushrooms, and melted Monterey Jack, all served in a toasted sesame seed brioche bun.
Defending our British culinary reputation is ‘The British’, which sees succulent Aberdeen Angus beef topped with juicy gammon steak, fried egg and zingy tomato relish.
For those who don’t want to take sides, Manhattan Grill will also serve ‘The Other’, a beautifully tender lamb burger, topped with pickled red onions, coriander and mint yoghurt.
Manhattan Grill, set overlooking the dazzling West India Quay, is renowned for its first class wet aged USDA prime black angus steaks, cooked to absolute perfection, as well as its range of delicious sides. The restaurant also offers a complimentary wine tasting with their in-house wine experts.
It recently beat nearly 40 top restaurants (including NOBU and The Chiltern Firehouse) in the Restaurant of the Year category at the prestigious London Lifestyle Awards and was named one of the Top Ten Steak restaurants in Bookatable’s Restaurant Awards.
All three burgers will be available throughout July, so head down to show your true colours in honour of Independence Day.