‘Inventive burger’ start-up finally off the mark with first site


A new casual restaurant specialising in high quality “inventive burgers” has arrived in south-west London.

Spearheaded by owner Paul Foxon, who spent his childhood on the family’s beef farm in Warwickshire, Foxden takes pride in creating the best gourmet burgers possible by only using dry-aged, grass-fed British beef and fresh, locally sourced ingredients.

Mr Foxon has years of working in hospitality under his belt, predominantly in front-of-house roles at The Ritz, Boisdale and Red Carnation Hotels.

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Noticing a burger-shaped hole in Fulham’s dining scene, Foxden was forced to initially open for deliveries and takeaways only, due to lockdown coinciding with its opening, but with brighter times ahead it is now fully open as an eat-in restaurant.

In its short existence, the brand has quickly established itself as a firm favourite for locals and Londoners alike, and has just been rated 9.7 out of 10 from the Food Review Club – one of the highest scores it has ever given.

Foxden offers an inclusive menu of gourmet burgers with house-made sauces, and aims to produce the classics in immaculate fashion alongside inventive new styles.

Special dietary requirements have also been catered for with gluten-free buns available as well as meat-free options.

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