One of the many great street food traders at Food Blogger Connect 2012 was Tongue N Cheek.
Usually at Eat Street, King’s Cross, owners Cristiano and Kirie Meneghin sell tasty food making use of underappreciated cuts of meat. As well as burgers and ox tongue rolls, the menu also includes Italian-inspired dishes, such as the ox cheeks with caramelised onions and polenta.
As you can see, I was pretty darn pleased with myself when I got my hands on this Heartbreaker burger with pork belly, gorgonzola and other Tongue N Cheek condiments.
The patty is ox heart mixed with other well-aged cuts of beef to create an incredibly succulent texture and wonderfully rich beefy flavour. Even against the silky pork belly and pungent gorgonzola, this patty held it’s own.
It’s a fabulous burger, and what’s more, it’s not trying to recreate what anyone else is doing. It forges its own utterly tasty path.
Please leave a comment - I love hearing from you!11 Comments to "Tongue N Cheek’s Ox Heart Heartbreaker Burger"
Kavey you look so cute in this pic!
Ha haaa! Demented, I think!
I am certainly craving this right now. It was dangerously good!
Oh yes. Yes it was.
aah I’m so sad I missed this burger! It looks soooo good!
It really was good!
Wow! Want! Need!
Find. Go find!
Geez that does look like an excellent burger!! Great shot of you too Kavey!
Ha, thanks Deb!
Great pic. Totally agree on the burger – loved all the street food at FBC but this was a stand out.