Gourmet Burger Bar Reopens With £20k Investment

Burger Burger is back with a bang as diners return for its unique laidback dining experience, and its renowned delicious food choices and premium retro cocktails.

The £20,000 post lockdown cash injection comes just months after an initial investment of £60,000 which saw the company create seven new jobs in February this year.

With a menu already packed with multiple choices of burgers Burger Burger now offers the option of American whiskey infused meat.

Newly appointed general manager, James McErlean, said that the company was quick to adapt to changing eating trends in the wake of the Covid-19 lockdown, and have put in place government advice on social distancing.

“Our aim is to make our guests feel relaxed, safe and in a great environment where they can really enjoy themselves,” he said. “As a business we are taking this new world seriously and are approaching it with a positive attitude and staff that are there to make every single customer feel at ease.”

The menu on offer promises a feast of delicious options.

“We are delighted to be taking part in the Eat Out To Help Out,” James explained. From Monday to Wednesday get 50% off their food bill up to the value of £10 per person.”

“Our lunchtime deal now operates from 12-5pm with a £7.50 deal with a limited menu, but if you want something from the evening menu, we can make that happen.”

“After 5pm the burger boutique kicks in. The lights go down and the vibe of the restaurant really kicks in with candles and a fully set table.”

All Burger Burger meals are homemade and locally sourced, but James promises that every diner will have the best of choices.

“Customers can choose from one of our new burger meats, original or American whiskey infused,” he said “And let me tell you it really is a mouth-watering experience.”

Like so many others in the hospitality industry Burger Burger have shown great resilience coping with extended lockdown and new safety measures.

But James is confident their investment of £20,000 in the restaurant over the last eight weeks will see them back on top again.

“We have adapted, but so has the rest of Northern Ireland” said James, adding: “We love our customers and we were so eager to get them back in to feed them.”

For the new Burger Burger menu go to https://www.burgerburgerbelfast.com/menu  and to book a table visit https://www.opentable.co.uk/r/burger-burger-belfast