Popular British-inspired burger joint set to open up in Brighton

Honest Burger
Honest Burger

A growing burger chain is set to open a new restaurant in Brighton.

Honest Burger will be based at 8 Duke Street, where award-winning restaurant Pascere closes its doors this weekend ahead of a relocation.

Established in 2011, Honest Burger pride themselves on distinctively British burgers and have 27 restaurants in London, and three further regional sites Reading, Bristol and Cambridge.

The new Brighton restaurant will be serving ‘Great British Burgers’ and homemade rosemary salted chips from early 2019.

Honest founders Tom Barton and Philip Eeles – who met while working at Brighton’s Riddle and Finns - use quality British meat and vegetables.

Over the next few weeks, Tom and Phil will be meeting Brighton’s local brewers and producers to create some new ‘just-for-Brighton’ specials that will be ready in time for launch.

Potatoes are bought from a sixth-generation farmer just 30 miles from the Brighton restaurant. The chips are made in-house daily and always include a portion in the price of a burger, and the beef comes from their own butchery in south London.

Visit: www.honestburgers.co.uk