Patty and Bun Brighton

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Enjoy your burgers in or out at Patty & Bun!

London burger group, Patty and Bun have recently opened in Brighton in the old Piccolo restaurant on the corner of Meeting House Lane and Ship Street in the popular Lanes area of Brighton. Famous for their modern restaurant design and funky tunes, Patty and Bun are sure to be a great addition to this already thriving restaurant area of the city.

Patty and Bun Brighton

Quirky Patty and Bun Brighton

Offering top quality burgers with quirky names such as 'Lambshank Redemption' and ‘Smokey Robinson’ and mouthwatering sides, it's sure to rival the other burger joints nearby.. (Images from Patty & Bun)

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  1. malcolm

    The kids and I got ourselves down to Patty and Bun on the opening week and took advantage of the £5 offer on any burger on the first week only. After a small wait due to a lot of people taking up the offer, we were seated. The first thing I noticed was the very trendy interior and mellow/old school tunes being played out of the speakers, I would be happy to spend an hour here chilling out with friends. We ordered burgers, chips with rosemary and milkshakes (standard!). The burgers are cooked medium rare so might not be to everyone’s likely but I enjoyed mine, the kids not so. I should have taken the waiter up on his offer to cook the kids burgers a little longer to medium. The chips are great as were the milkshakes. I would happily go back to try the other burgers but choose my times carefully as there are quite limited on tables in peak hours.
    You can take advantage of there app and order your burger in advance and pick it up from the pickup point on the side of the restaurant. I can see this being a popular option in the summer when the beaches are busy.

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