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monthly burger residency at The Princess of Wales has kicked off and we went down to check out the offering…

Like Tommi’s own menu the burger offering is simple – just 3 choices. We sampled the Steak Burger and his specialty Pulled Pork number and my god, hold your hats kids because we have a burger winner. They were outstanding, the burgers beautifully pink and the meat was practically falling apart. We’d also highly recommend their Beavertown beers too which are dangerously drinkable.

The pub itself is a hip and happening little hub of activity with dogs and prams all mingling with some seriously loud music coming from a DJ who could have definitely just come back from his own residency, in Ibiza. Banging Burgers, Beers and Beats – what more is there?

You can try a Tommi’s burger at The Princess of Wales pub every third Thursday of every month (excluding December).

22 Chalcot Road, NW1 8LL