A succulent juicy burger with a tangy relish, sweet yet sharp gherkins, a pile of fries and a bistro salad dressed with balsamic and croutons, washed down with a pint of Assam tea with soft rock ballads playing in the background sat in a pseudo-American diner in gods country; Cumbria.
I have died and gone to heaven.
If this was my last ever meal, I'd die happy. This burger is the most delicious moreish delight that I've ever had. Simply - the best combination of beef and bun I've had in 30 years of life on this earth. Truly fantastic.
A relaxed style, a modern design and friendly welcoming staff. This venue deserves to be higher up the charts, and it's already 4th!
Only pointer, get some decaf tea in!! But I am nitpicking. Get down to 1950's America, turn off Route 66 and get one of the burgers named after the road.
Finally, England's Route 66 gets it's diner.
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