Published: 12:00, 03 July 2014 |
The Burger Brothers in Deal have been named 5th in the Top Ten Burger Restaurants.
The burger company which has been based at the Deal Hoy, Duke Street, since 2012 has been given the accolade by customers voting on review site TripAdvisor.
The top restaurants were then published on the site with the number one spot being taken by Burger Brothers, Brighton.
In Deal, the owners of the small, independent company which sets up camp in the beer garden of the Deal Hoy have been celebrating with head chef David Perkins.
Owner Karl Wozny said: “It’s a nice accolade from the customers, it’s lovely to know we’re highly rated.
“It started off as a small kitchenette out the back, it’s a little shack, it’s small and simple but that works.”
Mr Wozny explained that the beef and buns are locally sourced and he believes the secret to great burgers is the quality ingredients.
He added: “We get our beef from an award winning butcher and the buns are all made to our specification.
“They make it for me just the way I like it and it’s all about the quality of the product, and it’s always consistent with really good toppings.”
On TripAdvisor the burger company was given 4.5 out of 5 from 100 reviews.
The site says: “This nautical back street pub in Deal gives a nod to the American diner with classic burgers made with fresh local Kent beef.
"Diners here can sample the Brother from Hell but should see the waiter before ordering.
"This burger is served with xxxx hot sauce, cooled with Jalapeño sour cream and topped with extra Jalapeños and melted mozzarella – fiery.”
Mr Wozny also manages Burger Brothers in Whitstable and has plans to open new premises in Margate and Canterbury.
The Burger Brothers will be at the Deal Hoy every Wednesday to Friday from 6pm till 9pm, Saturdays from 12noon to 9pm and Sundays 12noon to 5pm.
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