Chewing over the Theory for the tastiest burger recipes

November 09 2013

A SENSATIONAL new burger menu - launched at The Golden Lion last month - has already caused quite a reaction from locals, with one customer exclaiming it is the "best burger" he has ever tasted.

A SENSATIONAL new burger menu - launched at The Golden Lion last month - has already caused quite a reaction from locals, with one customer exclaiming it is the "best burger" he has ever tasted.

Having acquired many years experience managing kitchens, founder, Rory Perriment, was inspired to set up Burger Theory after returning from his travels to Australia.

Burger Theory has been present at numerous festivals across the country, including Redfest and Boardmasters, as well as popping up in several locations throughout Bristol since spring 2013.

The menu launched at the Gloucester Road pub on October 18, and for the first week, burgers were half price.

Food is free range and locally sourced, with buns from Joe's Bakery, meat from Buxton Butchers and vegetables from The Community Farm.

With prices ranging from £5 - £8.50, Burger Theory's menu is bursting with ingenious and uniquely named recipes, suiting both meat-eaters and vegetarians. The menu includes Haba-oh-no, Spicey Bo Peep, Halle-loumi and Clucking Nuts - to name a few. A variety of sides are also available, including Cajun chips, coleslaw with wholegrain mustard and apricot, and onion rings.

Rory explained: "There has been a lot of thought gone into the Theory."

For more information on Burger Theory, visit: www.facebook.com/burgertheoryuk