by Adam Coghlan
Burger and Beyond will open its first bricks and mortar site on Shoreditch High Street in November
One of Londons’s best burgers, Burger and Beyond, will evolve from street food outfit to permanent restaurant when it opens a first site — at 147 Shoreditch High Street — this November. The brand, founded by Craig Povoas and Tom Stock, will offer an extended menu of sides and small plates alongside the burgers. It replaces the Vietnamese restaurant, Pho Viet 68, opposite Ace Hotel.
Following residencies at street food collectives KERB, Street Feast, and Camden Assembly over the past three and half years, the brand’s first restaurant will offer “drinking snacks,” and an expanded list of small plates and sides alongside its burgers and sides list. It will, the owners say, “show the team’s creative side.”
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