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Lucky Chip Burgers & Wine

  • Dalston
  • Supper
  • £££

Clue's in the name here... There's a LOT of wine but also Maker's Mark boilermakers and a few classic cocktails.


25 Ridley Road, London, E8 2NP
+44 (0) 20 7686 9703
Opening Times
Mon-Wed 17.00-23.00
Thu-Fri 17.00-00.00
Sat 12.00-00.00
Sun 12.00-23.00
Insider Information
Ask your waiter for a pairing recommendation.


  • Evening Standard

    Evening Standard Says…

    At the end of the day, though, every dish feels like a support act to the almighty burgers, which are easily among the very best in London. We’d go for the El Chappo, but you won’t go wrong whichever one you opt for... Around 80 different bottles rise to £500 a pop, though there’s plenty available in the £25-35 range. We try some interesting options by the glass on our visit, led by the team — a 2008 Lebanese red is particularly rich and complex. It’s a shame that from such a large offering there are fewer than 10 by the glass, particularly given there’s a lot of unusual options to try.

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  • Just Opened London

    Just Opened London Says…

    Lucky Chip have gained permanent residency on Dalston’s Ridley Road, offering brilliant burgers (and wine!) in an attempt to stand out amongst London’s overcrowded burger scene. Menu options span a Classic Cheese and a Kevin Bacon (which is the classic with bacon) to the El Chappo – which switches to blue cheese and jalapenos. Over 100 wines sit atop the shelves; deliberate your drop over classic sounds on a vintage sound system.

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  • Square Meal

    Square Meal Says…

    After roaming the pubs of London, laying on well-received pop-ups here and there, this superior burger outfit has finally settled down and has its name over the door at a permanent address in – you guessed it – Dalston. Lucky Chip has made its name serving top-notch burgers, but now that it’s putting roots down with the likes of fish and steak on the menu as well – all of it carefully sourced and cooked. Unusually for this kind of eatery, the drinks list focuses on wine rather than beer – with a choice of some 120 bottles. Just the sort of place, then, for a seriously hungry oenophile.

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