Tuesday, November 18, 2008

What’s for Lunch? Byron (Londonist)

What’s for Lunch? Byron
Chris Osburn, Food & Drink Editor
November 18, 2008

What's for Lunch? Byron

Of course, with
Byron’s “fully traceable grass fed” Aberdeen Angus beef “sourced exclusively from select farms in Morayshire, Scotland,” aged for a minimum of 21 days for “maximum flavour and juiciness,” and “ground daily from select cuts of rump, chuck and brisket,” we don’t mind giving their burgers a few rightful props. However, we are left to ponder just how many f**kin’ cows named Angus have they got hangin’ around up there in Aberdeen (and how do you know when you’re biting into the real deal)?

Read the complete
What’s for Lunch? Byron review at Londonist.

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