I’ve tried a lot of burgers that were not-quite-right, and not once did I think that what was missing was a sprinkling of offal. And yet Tongue ‘n Cheek’s signature burger – like any good heartbreaker – is a thing of unique beauty, with a patty that’s half ox heart and half dry aged beef. It is rich with flavour, never overshadowed by its toppings despite their big personalities. Always the leader of the pack. This belly connection version comes with crisp strips of pork belly, gorgonzola, pimiento mayo, pickled red onions and gem lettuce. It is a big mouthful, and every layer joins to form a gang you’ll definitely want to be a part of. Just be careful not to eat said gang in your Sunday best, because its delicious juices will dribble all down it. And you won’t be breaking any hearts with stains on your top.
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