Address: 19 Rupert St, London W1D 7PA
Telephone: 020 7734 0500
Opening Times: 12pm–11pm
Nearest Station: Covent Garden (Picadilly Underground Line)
A weekend following on from Eid celebrations, I took my close family on a visit to Central London as we spent the majority of the afternoon around Westminister and the streets of Covent Garden.
As the day came to a close, I decided to take us to a Halal restaurant called ‘Siirgista Bros‘ as I’ve seen many times during Ramadan on ‘Islam Channel’ adverts as well as being recommended and seeing these burgers all over Instagram, so thought I had to check out to see how these burgers taste. However, I was impressed as these burgers did not disappoint at all.
After looking at the menu for five to ten minutes deciding between us, what was good to have, we finally decided to pick our own individual burgers. We ordered various things, where my sister in law opted for the chicken burger and buffalo wings, and my niece got a chicken wrap along with some chips for my nephew and my brother got a BBQ Beef burger.
After placing our orders, we were given one of these flashing remotes, where it flashes red to signal that your food is ready to collect from the tills.
The Buffalo wings were nice and spicy. Everyone had a piece each and thought it was a good choice.
The Chicken Burger is one delightful burger and I would say it’s a safe option to fill you up if you’re unsure what to have when you’re going there for the first time. The buns were soft and I’d probably say these were some of the top burgers I’ve had from other places.
After having these tasty spicy buffalo wings and burger. My mouth turned really dry and I was in need of liquid. Although they do refill soft drinks. I wanted to try out their milkshakes, so in the end, I decided to go for the Vanilla Milkshake although there are plenty of other choices like Oreo, Ferrero Rocher, Bubblegum and much more to name a few.
Overall, the price came up to £41.41 including drinks and all the food together, which I thought was reasonable considering it was in Central London and burgers tend to cost six to seven pounds these days. I thought refilling drinks was a pretty good option to have as you can refill anytime you like.
Total: 7.1 out of 5
Have you been to Siirgista Bros? If so, what do you think of these burgers? 🙂