1. The ceiling 2. Cyder Car 3. The website
1. Chicken wings 2. Dead Hippie 3. Time of The Month
4. Jam jar drinks 5. Cheese burgers and fries 6. Dead Hippies, fries and onion rings
7. Food menu 8. Coleslaw 9. Meatjito
My second visit was at 5.30pm on a Friday and once again there was no queue however it was almost at capacity (when we left at 7ish the queue was around the block). This time G and I shared the deep fried gherkins, chilli cheese fries and coleslaw to accompany our Dead Hippie burgers. I don’t like gherkins but these were delicious and the chilli cheese fries whilst hot and greasy were incredible. The Dead Hippie is a double cheese burger with special sauce and tastes magnificent; definitely a favourite of mine. Apparently it’s a Big Mac rip off but considering I’ve never had one (McChicken sandwich all the way) I wouldn’t know. I didn’t rate the coleslaw too much but its cooling taste meant it went well with the chilli cheese fries. The burger was just as good as my previous experience with its 2 perfect medium rare, juicy patties and sturdy bun but again a very messy encounter. To drink I had the Cyder Car and Silver Angel cocktails which were both nice but not something I’d probably order again. Whilst I love cider I was not overly fussed with martini also included in the Cyder Car and the Silver Angel was just a little too bitter for my liking.
My third visit was also on a Friday evening at 6pm where we were lucky again to not queue. I imagine the hype is slowly dying down thus making it a lot easier to get a table than a few months ago. I had the Dead Hippie again which I was just as tasty as the first time and shared chips and onion rings with my friends. The onion rings were huge, crispy and totally delicious. To drink I had the Henrietta Fizz which was deliciously fruity and Meatjito which is obviously their own take on the always popular mojito. Both of these were delicious and I would definitely recommend them if you like fruity and sweet cocktails.
If you like eating burgers to great music and strong cocktails (in the dark) then I can’t recommend MEAT Liquor enough, the food is great quality and excellent value and the atmosphere transports you far away from your nearby Oxford Street location.
Have you been to MEat Liquor yet x