Sunday: CLOSED - CLOSEDMonday: 12:00 - 23:30Tuesday: 12:00 - 23:30Wednesday: 12:00 - 23:30Thursday: 12:00 - 23:30Friday: 12:00 - 23:30Saturday: 12:00 - 23:30
Nearest StationGoodge Street
Bobo Social is a unique and quaint restaurant/bar in Charlotte Street. A gourmet burger restaurant that couldn't look further from a burger restauran! A shabby chic interior with charity shop hunted crockery, linen napkins and inviting country tables and benches, all make Bobo Social stand out from the other burger chains and make it a place you can sit down and enjoy a relaxing 3 course meal, rather than a dash in and out vibe.Lunch is served from 12pm - 3pm Monday to Wednesday and dinner is served from 6pm - 10pm Monday, Tuesday and from 5 - 10pm on Wednesdays. The kitchen is open from 12pm - 10.30pm Thursday - Saturday.
I was taking with some friends the offer for ‘burger and unlimited fries’ couple of days ago, and it was a really dissapointing experience, something that you would not expect in London, especially that the demand and supply is not balanced in London and we, customers, have many many options to go. The burgers were fine, but nothing special and what’s really got us annoyed that there were no clear explanations on how this offer will go, which burgers we can choose from and how will they deliver the unlimited fries.. well they did not, only if we were asking for it. The waiters did not paid attention to us, the unlimited fries were most likely a couple of medium sized bowls of fries for 6 people..
This also reflects possibly how the management team is, as either the team did not have their proper training, or they simply hired the wrong people.
We felt really awkward and uncomfortable asking for those ‘extra’ fries like beggars on the street. It is quite simple tho dear BOBO Social. If you make an offer, and someone takes it, then deliver it. End of the story.
Quite nice Burgers. Got the spicy one. Great taste and healthy kick of chili. For those that like their food spicy. Environment looks nice, very bobo (as the name suggests). Ain't cheap though. Burger, beer bottle, side salad around 25 quid.
We went on a Tuesday at 7pm with the Time Out Vouchers. Luckily I arrived 6:45 PM which for our pleasant surprise they had happy hour till 7pm. I order Tommy's Margarita which was absolutely fabulous and the bartender Danny was amazing and very attentive. In terms of food I was a bit disappointed as the offer says that you are entitle to a burger and unlimited fries which the whole reason why I bought the voucher was to try one of the interesting burgers they have. Sadly when we were about to order the told us we could only order either the normal hamburger or the mushroom and Truffle burger. I'd order the mushroom and truffle and added for 2.5£ Goat cheese which in the menu it says that it was 2£. It was quite disappointing very bland nothing out of the extraordinary. I had a taste of my boyfriends burger which was the classic one. He added mozzarella for 2.5£ again in the menu it said 2£ and Bacon. It was ok, not really good at the end we ended paying 30£ extra on top of the vouchers for a meal that it was not to our expectations. I'm very unpleased as if they are posting something on the offer they should stick to it. I didn't want to make a scene but this should be denounced as misleading advertising as before buying my voucher I read the terms and conditions and it didn't say anything about exceptions on burgers and also exceptions on the fries which we couldn't order the sweet potato fries. I'm only giving them 3 stars for their fabulous hospitality team which were very nice.
The peanut butter is delicious!!! The quality of the meat is outstanding. They have weekly experimental society burger on Tuesday's
Stopped by for nibbles and cocktails during happy hour. Food was delicious, cocktails very moorish, and the staff incredibly welcoming and helpful. Will definitely be going back.