Stop press, newsflash: the end of the burger as we know it has occurred down London’s Mile End. At Greedy Cow Burgers & Steaks, along Grove Road and close to the Mile End and Bow Road stations, you can sample twists on the classic stacks that take in as exotic a patty as one can imagine. Try, for instance, camel or kangaroo meat. If that’s not really your thing, fear not, this restaurant is chock-full of great options for meat-lovers and vegetarians alike, with just as many vegetarian options as there are burgers and steaks.
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If you’re a person who loves collecting experiences, an adventure awaits at Mile End’s premier (and most unusual) burger joint, Greedy Cow. At this Grove Road culinary safari, you can indulge in kangaroo, bison, and crocodile in the well-known format of the burger patty. For the less adventurous, or those who are creatures of habit, there are many other great options available that stick closer to the comfort zone when it comes to burgers. Best of all, Greedy Cow sources all of its beef from Herefordshire, England, ensuring only the best quality burgers, which are quick becoming famous in London.
If you’ve emboldened yourself and taken that ride to Mile End’s Grove Road, you may as well plump for something exotic. The wild boar burger, for example, might sound like tough patty to crack, but Greedy Cow takes special care to provide only the best, most tender cuts no matter the animal. Guests can customise their burgers with ingredients like buffalo mozzarella and guacamole, allowing them to create unique creations of their own. There are many vegetarian options available as well, including a vegan burger for those stricter fans of te classic stack. No matter what you decide to order, London’s Greedy Cow is sure to deliver an eating experience with a difference.
Great service over and over again. Food and cocktails are great and the chocolate melt for dessert is always worth leaving room for
Always good service and top food. Will keep on visiting
I love this place. Whenever I come to a festival in Victoria Park, I make a point of visiting The Greedy Cow. Lovely service, lovely food, a lovely way to spend time as a precursor to a day of fun in the sun!