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This. Always enjoy a Grubbs original when I get the chance. They used to have one near Palmira Sq with a weird vertical conveyer belt, best choc brownies in town as I remember. Is it still there?
Not a big fan of 9inch high gourmet burgers skewered together with a tent peg and served on a bit of 4X2 for £15.00 a pop.
Have you seen the Muppet Show........
Always used to be an Uncle Sam's double chilli burger with extra chilli for me before the game.
Plenty if decent options around now - I like the Yeoman's venison burger with Sussex blue cheese for something a bit different.
Coggings & Co at seven dials is consistently excellent and made with local produce. Goose fat chips, onion rings and courgette fritters to boot.
Other than that make your own - mine are great (has to be said). I adapted an old Delia meatloaf recipe and make them with good beef plus ground salami, rosemary, Parmesan, black pepper and garlic and a few breadcrumbs to retain the melting fats. Top stuff!
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Went to hampden park uncle sams a few months back and was bitterly disappointed.
That said, I was always suspicious of the out of town ones, not including warren road.
Ok I am not sure if this can be answered here, but me and old friends have been trying to remember one of the first out of town Burger Bars this direction, Saltdean, Peacehaven etc., so any help would be great.
It must have been 1981'sh and we all used to pile into our cars and race down to the lights at Rotthingdean heading towards Brighton from Peacehaven and turn left towards the sea, park up near or next to The Coach House pub we then enter a nearby restaurant (it might have been a Thai/Chinese) and go down the stairs to a little hatch where we could order and pick up burgers of our choice, I seem to remember they were quite nice but we just cannot recall the name, if you are of that era and location maybe you can let me know, thank you ??
I went back to the Troll for the first time in ages on the evening of the Cardiff fog-off, and still think that it is comfortably the best burger in Brighton.
Burger Bros and MeatLiquor are great but really don't come close IMHO.
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Inspired by this thread and this programme from 1m 55 sec in http://www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer/episode...ood-6-classics I have ordered 2 kilos of chuck steak which Canhams are going to mince for me, and also ordered some bone marrow.
Will follow their ingredient guidelines and hopefully it will be a wonderful burger!
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That is the one I referred to in my post, they looked very good.
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