Customers Can Now Eat in at Foxden Restaurant

British burger outlet was only offering delivery services

Foxden promises inventive burgers

One of the latest restaurant openings in Fulham is Foxden which says it is bringing inventive burgers to the area.

Situated at 24 Jerdan Place, which was formerly the home of Sandy’s Too, it offers burger and beer. Initially it was offering delivery only but now eating in is an option.

The restaurant is owned by Paul Foxon who grew up on a beef farm in Warwickshire and therefore uses only using dry-aged, grass-fed British beef and fresh, locally sourced ingredients for his burgers.

Paul has years of working in hospitality under his belt, predominantly as front of house where he has held positions with The Ritz, Boisdale and Red Carnation Hotels, but this is his first solo venture.

Lockdown stymied plans for an earlier opening but with the relaxation of restrictions they can finally get going.

Foxden is already one of the six finalists from London for the British takeaway restaurant awards in the category of best new restaurant for 2022.

Highlights from the menu include: Foxden Burger (Beef patty, slow-braised pulled beef, truffled cheese sauce, rocket, and red onion jam); Bacon Cheeseburger (Beef Patty, treacle cured bacon, cheese lettuce, gherkin, and house sauce); and Hunters Chicken Burger (Grilled free range British chicken, treacle bacon, Cheddar cheese, Foxden BBQ sauce and slaw).

Special dietary requirements have also been catered for with gluten-free buns available as well as meat-free options such as Vegetarian Burger (House-made bean burger, vegan bacon, Cheddar cheese, healthy slaw, and house sauce) and Vegan Burger (House-made bean burger, vegan bacon, vegan cheese, healthy slaw, and chipotle veganaise).

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August 23, 2021