Gourmet Burger Kitchen opens a new restaurant in Aylesbury today, just down the A41 from Hemel Hempstead, Berkhamsted and Tring.
Before now people in Dacorum would have to travel as far as Milton Keynes to enjoy a GBK but the latest branch of the famous chain has now thrown open its doors in nearby Aylesbury.
To celebrate the launch, GBK is offering their signature cheese burger for free to the first 100 customers through the doors on Monday and Tuesday October 13 and 14.
The restaurant will be located in The Exchange, next to the Odeon cinema and over the road from the Waterside Theatre.
GBK Aylesbury opened its doors to hungry customers today (Friday) and promises to have ‘something for everyone on the extensive menu’.
Always proud of serving up the freshest burgers; GBK combines 100% prime beef, hand selected and traditionally reared on independent farms across the South West counties, with the freshest ingredients and sauces made from scratch every day in each GBK kitchen.
GBK sets itself apart from the rest with a huge range of delicious burgers. As well as favourites like The Don, and The Taxi Driver, GBK also offers cod, lamb, falafel, and even buffalo burgers, ensuring even the most ardent burger buff isn’t short of options. Milkshake lovers will also not be disappointed, with Oreo, Peanut Butter and Honeycomb on the menu.
The opening of the new restaurant coincides with the launch of GBK’s new 15 Minute Lunch menu, which guarantees customers a speedy lunch; a satisfying 4oz burger and fries from £5.95 all served up in 15 minutes flat, giving customers time for all the other things they might want to do in their lunch hour. Even better, if their burger doesn’t arrive 15 minutes from ordering, GBK guarantee their next lunch on them.
Katie McDermott, GBK marketing director, comments: “The team can’t wait to open the doors to burger hungry Aylesbury customers on the 10th. We’re delighted to be launching the new 15 Minute Lunch guarantee just in time for the new opening and introducing the new winter menu too.”
The new restaurant will feature an open plan kitchen, typical of the GBK style. With timber clad walls, cut stone flooring, a dropped marble bar and bespoke lighting, the interiors have been thoughtfully planned to get people in the mood for burgers.