Foodie Review: Dip & Flip, Wimbledon

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A few weeks ago Jack and I were out one one of our date nights and stopped off at a burger bar before heading to see Star Wars: The Force Awakens for a second time. That burger bar was Dip and Flip Wimbledon - an independent company specializing in all things burger and where everything comes with a side of gravy.

Soon to open a third chain on the 15th January in Tooting, Dip and Flip boasts to be the best in gravy, french dips, hamburgers and craft beers. As well as a whole host of imported beers, they also serve a selection of milkshakes as well as dirty shakes for you adults. The decor reminds me of 1960's advertising; it has a perfect blend of nostalgia and vintage styled wall art combined with a fresh, modern feel.

The service on this particular visit seemed a little off and I noticed a few of the other tables had their orders messed up; possibly due to the place being full and it being a Friday night. However, on previous visits, I can safety say that the service has been excellent, friendly and the food made just right

 If you ever get the chance to stop by, I would always recommend the Dip and Flip Burger - a cheeseburger with sliced roast beef or lamb, dunked in gravy and served with ketchup, mustard and pickles in a brioche bun. As with all their dishes, the burger comes with a gravy tray which is the perfect size to dip your burger. I opted for a side of french fries and a coke. As you can see from the above images, the burger itself is pure, unadulterated burger porn. I chose the roasted lamb for my Dip and Flip burger but I save the gravy for my fries. Despite being packed full of meat, the burger is a perfect size so not to make you feel too full. 

The pricing is very much what you would expect from a restaurant on Wimbledon High Street -averaging around £15 per person depending on your choice of drinks. We finished up the night by heading over to the Wimbledon Curzon and watching Star Wars: The Force Awakens in one of my favourite screens.

Well, that's it for another foodie review. I'm not sure how many burgers I can continue eating with January healthy eating but I'm sure I can find some other places to review in the meantime. Have you tried Dip and Flip yet? What's your dipping sauce of choice? As always, I love reading your comments so please do leave them below! 

Hope everyone is enjoying the New Year so far. Until next time, 

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35 comments:

  1. That burger looks amazing and what a great price!
    I will add to my list of places to go if I'm ever in the area...

    Jenna
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    1. Yay! They have two other chains now so hopefully a little bit closer to you. Hope you like it if you ever get to go :) xx

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  2. That is a burger and a half! I'm curious of what the vegetarian would be like.
    It looks like a cool restaurant though.

    Jenn | Jennifer Jayne

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    1. It really was - the second time I visited I definitely couldn't finish it all haha. I'm pretty sure the veggie burger was just as large! Thanks for reading hun x

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  3. Mmm I love a good burger bar and that looks great! I never really thought of places including gravy with burgers but it seems to fit really well.
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    1. With the fries, it was to die for! It really does work - I'd definitely recommend it :) x

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  4. Ooo I must take my boyfriend to this restaurant, he'll love all the gravy - I'm not a massive gravy fan, but the burgers look insane! Love the interior as well.

    The Velvet Black | UK Style & Beauty Blog

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    1. Totally! I went the first time with my friend and then dragged my boyfriend and he loved it! He's a big fan of burgers and it did the trick :) x

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  5. You seem to be posting a lot of burger reviews, Sophie. That's the sort of food porn I like :) Less pricey and not as fancy (but still cute looking) in the US is Johnny Rockets, which is a franchise restaurant chain with a 1950's burger decor. How are your fellow blog writers, critics, and regular people feeling about The Force Awakens in the UK? I reblogged a post that showed Daisy Ridley and John Boyega promoting the movie on Graham Norton's show but I haven't seen that episode. And I definitely want to see the movie again :)

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    1. I know! There's definitely a pattern in the types of places Jack and I visit. No wonder my New Year's resolution is to lose weight! Worth it though! Ah that sounds amazing - I love all things vintage, especially diners!
      Majority of people I've spoken to have loved it and seen it more than once, even at work. Although there's one or two people who just didn't understand it at all for bizarre reasonings. Ah yes! That was a great episode! Carrie Fisher bought her dog Gary with her also which was fun :)

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  6. I NEED to suggest this to le boyf for one of our date nights! Those burgers look freaking amazing. Might not go on a Friday night as you said!
    Pam xo/ Pam Scalfi♥

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    1. Yeeaah Friday is probably a bit busy for the Wimbledon branch (as it is for more restaurants) but we went during the week once and I could not fault the service! Hope you like it :) x

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    1. The fries are my favourite but I stay for that sweet, sweet gravy x

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  8. that burger is so delicious mmm!!! love ll the photos

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  9. That burger looks SOOOO GOOD. I love burgers. T-T; I always get them ahahaha, I wish they had 0 calories!
    Junniku blog! (What I got for Christmas)

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    1. Don't we all - they're just too good to resist! Thanks for reading hun x

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  10. Omg that food looks so good! xx

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  11. Reading this before going to the gym was a big mistake - can I just stay at home and eat burgers please?! Love your photography btw :)


    Claire | Stylingo.co.uk xx

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    1. Haha yeah maybe! It's better to read it afterwards so you can feel good about yourself for going to the gym. Thanks hun, appreciate it :) x

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  12. Ohhmmyy i love havin' a cheat day and this resto seems like a great place to be
    Great review my loves

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    1. Haha everyday is a cheat day for me! I am trying to be good though - no burgers yet this year! Thanks hun x

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  13. I LOVE GRAVY SO MUCH. I NEED to go here. Seriously, chips and gravy is one of my favourite things. The burger looks insanely good too, and perfect for dipping. On the list!

    Milly // Mini Adventures

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    1. Haha me too! Meat and gravy are the ultimate in comfort eating. You'd totally love it - I think there's a few over London so hopefully you'll get to try it out. Sooo good! xx

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  14. Oh wow, that looks amazing! Reminds me that I haven't had a good burger in a while.

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    1. Yeah you need to fix that haha burgers are where happiness comes from x

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    1. Hey, thanks for checking out my blog. I don't do "follow for follow' but I'm happy to check out your blog :) Thanks for reading x

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