Since setting up roots in the heart of Bristol’s thriving harbourside in August last year, longtime pop-up burger joint, Burger Theory, has seen hundreds pass through its doors.
The inception of Bristol resident Rory Periment, Burger Theory has been at the heart of many a Bristol local since 2011 and can be found at specialised food markets, local festivals & music festivals across the UK, serving up a carefully curated menu that’s as diverse as it is delicious. Now with a permanent restaurant at St Stephens Street, Bristol, it’s no wonder this quirky eaterie is attracting the attention of burger lovers far and wide.
From the succulent Korean fried chicken in the KFC Burger or the flavoursome veggie Southern Hippie, to the melt in the mouth braised short rib in the Kimcheese stack or their selection of sides & halloumi fries (highly addictive); there’s something for everyone, and it doesn’t stop there. In true Bristol style, this isn’t just your ordinary dine and dash experience.
Last week saw the launch of their Burger & Beats event which will run every few months and host a variety of Bristol’s finest musical talent; kicking off with their Anti-Valentines event featuring local heavyweights Fatstash. Inviting the masses to engage in something a little different this year, couples and friends alike chowed down to a night of delicious food and great music.
Also offering a Bottomless Burger Club on the first Sunday of every month, a soon to be implemented student deal (burger, fries and a drink for a humble £10) regular collaborations with more local Bristol artists & a special 1st Birthday celebration in August; it’s set to be a tasty year for Burger Theory so keep an ear to the ground to avoid missing out.
You can listen to Fatstash’s recent podcast here: www.soundcloud.com/fat-stash/fat-stash-podcast-001 and keep up to date with future Burger Theory events here.