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We had heard good things about the burgers down at the Duke of Wellington on and finding ourselves “absolutely hanging” on Tuesday evening we thought we’d give them a shot. We ordered two of the DOW’s finest burgers served with three times cooked fries and a glass of wine which unfortunately was too much to handle after the night before. Much better to stick with the Real Ales and Lagers which this place excels in.

The burger came cooked medium rare, thick and juicy but firmly sandwiched between a white bap and dished up with a little pot of sexy salsa and a couple of gherkins on the side. The Triple cooked chips were chunky and crunchy and even though we were stuffed we couldn’t stop eating until we finished the lot, resulting in total food coma! At a tenner it’s pretty good value for a hearty burger with sides.

They also offer a range of other starters and mains, and some good vegetarian options with prices ranging from £10 to £15 for a main, starters about half that. Good old English classics such as fish and chips and steak seemed popular and the portions looked huge. Defo the place to go for some hangover stodge – sorted us right out!

119 Balls Pond Road, N1