Byron bring "Proper hamburgers" to Liverpool
The hamburger specialist Byron is now open on Paradise Place serving proper hamburgers made the way they should be. The 145-seater eatery will serve diners patties made with good beef from Scottish farms, minced fresh every morning, cooked pink, and served in a soft squishy bun with minimum fuss and fanfare. Customers can supplement their order with an array of side dishes and salads including courgette fries, macaroni cheese, Caesar salad and tortilla chips. A selection of desserts, including Eton mess, rocky road, chocolate brownie or caramel and honeycomb sundae round-off the menu. The restaurant will also offer a select list of craft beers, including Byron’s own Pale Ale, created exclusively for Byron by the Camden Town Brewery.
The idea for Byron was born following Tom’s four-year stay in America, where he frequently visited hamburger restaurants - yet he struggled to find similar offerings back in the UK.
“I ate enough hamburgers to sink the Titanic. My favourite diner was the Silver Top in downtown Providence, Rhode Island,” he said. “They were simple, tasty things – a bit messy, but made with good quality meat and only the classic adornments; some lettuce, tomato, red onion, and maybe a slice of cheese or bacon. The ultimate comfort food and so satisfying in its simplicity.”
“It struck me that there weren’t any restaurants offering hamburgers here like those at the Silver Top. So the idea for Byron was born: to do one thing, and do it properly.”
43 Paradise Street