Peruvian bar and restaurant Pachamama in Marylebone has been named best burger at the annual Slider Decider competition for its beef ‘pan con chicharron’ creation.

Head chef Adam Rawson came up with the winning burger that comprises aged beef patty, demi brioche bun, pork belly chicharron, aji Amarillo mayonnaise, mature cheddar and avocado.

Runner-up was Owen Sullivan of Maze Grill Park Walk with his soft-shell crab spider slider: fired soft-shell crab, snow crab and spicy mayonnaise dipped in crab bisque.

Third place went to Matt Tarantini from Source Battersea with a 35-day aged beef burger with a special spice blend, Stilton and Comte cheese and buttermilk bap with a black pudding and bourbon sauce.

The top three faced a judging panel that included Sunday Telegraph restaurant critic Zoe Williams and Metro restaurant critic Andy Lynes and beat off competition from Hixter Bankside, Iberica, Joe’s Southern Kitchen, Dirty Bones, Heddon Street Kitchen and Bonnie Gull as well as last year’s champion, Tim Anderson at Nanban.