Burger love at Coggings and Co
The Seven Dials in Brighton has a great burger restaurant on its doorstep ‘Coggings and Co’ and it is a venue which brings along great emphasis on sustainability and service.
Serving some of the best burgers you’ve ever tasted with a delicious set of sides and puddings, Coggings and Co have thought about it all – as our gluten free reviewer, Chloe discovered very recently. Nothing at Coggings and Co is too complicated. Because in their experience simple almost always turns out to be best.
Local ingredients sourced with care
It’s an ethos, that’s also shared by a whole bunch of other wonderful people. From the chefs, waiting staff to the farmers, producers and suppliers who provide them with such amazing ingredients, they’re all united by a passion for outstanding, wholesome local produce.
Also when you eat at Coggings and Co. you can be sure that every plate and every glass is filled with the very best that Sussex has to offer. Their beef is freshly ground daily and is supplied by Henk from Redlands Farm, Horsham. Artisan bread and brioches are sourced from the Real Pattiserie, ice cream comes from DownsView, ales from Harveys, Hepworths, Darkstar, Ciders from Wobblegate and wines are either local, organic or bio-dynamic.
Feast your eyes on these…
Here are a selection of sample burgers at Coggings and Co, Brighton. All their burgers are cooked medium and served with triple-cooked chips, cooked in a choice of beef dripping or organic vegetable oil:
6oz beef, tomato, mayonnaise, dill pickles, salad – 6oz beef, coastal cheddar, dry-cured honey-glazed streaky bacon, mustard mayonnaise, salad – 6oz beef, brisket & chipotle chilli, guacamole, sour cream, salad – 6oz beef, mushroom tapenade, Harvey’s rarebit, English mustard mayonnaise – 6oz beef, no bun, house dressed salad – 6oz chargrilled free-range chicken breast, charred peppers, tomato relish, goat’s cheese.
Decor with a local twist – Coggings and Co Brighton
The refurbishment at this award winning burger restaurant was done using local and eco suppliers where possible? The new restaurant tables are made out of recycled pine by the Brighton Woodstore and all the painting and decorating has been done by local eco painters Pure Decoration.
Artwork is supplied by local photographer Heather Buckley and Nick Harvey Coggings and Co offers a 50 seater venue inside, then an additional 28 covers outside in their beautiful sun trap of a garden where you can relax and enjoy calm surroundings.
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