2 Burgers for £10 at Gourmet Burger Kitchen (GBK)
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2 Burgers for £10 at Gourmet Burger Kitchen (GBK)

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Found 6th Jan 2016
Just ordered 2 burgers to collect from Angel via the app and the deal was already applied. Also got an email saying,

"Back to work blues slowly setting in? Cry no more. We've got a January Cure worth shouting from the rooftops. Two deliciously tasty burgers for £10*. Simply download the GBK app and your reward will be awaiting. Have the app already? Open it. Available anytime until 17th January 2016 on eat in, takeaway and order & collect."
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dont forget the quid a squirt of ketchup these robbers charge!
you don't get fries with these either do you
Dont get them medium rare, wtf!!! Did anyone see that tv programme about the growing demand for medium rare burgers
philjstephenson

dont forget the quid a squirt of ketchup these robbers charge!



​Really? I haven't been to a gbk for about 6 years!
I assume this is for their 'Classic Burger' selection (Beef/Cheese/Veggie or Chicken). Still a good deal but never been charged for ketchup - must be a recent thing? Bit naughty!
TN567

Dont get them medium rare, wtf!!! Did anyone see that tv programme about … Dont get them medium rare, wtf!!! Did anyone see that tv programme about the growing demand for medium rare burgers


Seen it,the 3rd one the kids bought was the worst.ugh.
TN567

Dont get them medium rare, wtf!!! Did anyone see that tv programme about … Dont get them medium rare, wtf!!! Did anyone see that tv programme about the growing demand for medium rare burgers



​yes felt sick watching that !
sandstone1

Seen it,the 3rd one the kids bought was the worst.ugh.


Im notnormally squeamish but that was wrong
In-N-Out
Are the burgers nice from here?
I prefer handmade burger or byron, good deal though
bargainpunter

I assume this is for their 'Classic Burger' selection (Beef/Cheese/Veggie … I assume this is for their 'Classic Burger' selection (Beef/Cheese/Veggie or Chicken). Still a good deal but never been charged for ketchup - must be a recent thing? Bit naughty!



They charge quite a lot if you want one of their fancy sauces added to your burger, but regular ketchup is free (depending on the GBK, either a squeezy plastic tomato on the table, or you ask and they bring you a plastic pot full of ketchup).
Shayno

Are the burgers nice from here?



I went once and didn't like it, would highly reccomend avoiding the curly fries also. Five Guys is better, but not by much, and overcharges.

We have a local (I think not chain) place called BRGR, its freaking amazing
Good deal.
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Those Byron burgers are awesome, the strawberry milkshakes they do should be on everyones 'bucket list'.
INCREDIBLE.
Vegito

I went once and didn't like it, would highly reccomend avoiding the curly … I went once and didn't like it, would highly reccomend avoiding the curly fries also. Five Guys is better, but not by much, and overcharges.We have a local (I think not chain) place called BRGR, its freaking amazing



​Glasgow I presume?
philjstephenson

dont forget the quid a squirt of ketchup these robbers charge!



Ketchup is in bottles on the table for free.
Vegito

I went once and didn't like it, would highly reccomend avoiding the curly … I went once and didn't like it, would highly reccomend avoiding the curly fries also. Five Guys is better, but not by much, and overcharges.We have a local (I think not chain) place called BRGR, its freaking amazing



Bleaker burger > Byron > BRGR > Five Guys > Else

Edited by: "Molo" 6th Jan 2016
And you can pay by paypal, as it's one of the few "restaurants" that accept it at the moment....
Shayno

Are the burgers nice from here?


Five Guys in The O2 or Patty&Bun in Liverpool Street (both in London) if you look for good burgers.

Compared to, say, McD or BK nuclear waste, GBK is passable if with proper addons.... but compared with proper burgers? It's not even the same category of organic matter. It's completely different universe of taste.

Source: me. Until I ate in 5 Guys I though I don't like burgers. Mom, I was so wrong...
TN567

Dont get them medium rare, wtf!!! Did anyone see that tv programme about … Dont get them medium rare, wtf!!! Did anyone see that tv programme about the growing demand for medium rare burgers



Yes, just now. I found the bloke with the melted face more concerning than the medium rare burgers!

Those that like Byron burgers, enjoy your listeria!
Seriously? £5 for a burger a bargain? Some people need a brain transplant. You can buy 5 McD burgers for that!

Edited by: "trampjuice" 6th Jan 2016
simate

Yes, just now. I found the bloke with the melted face more concerning … Yes, just now. I found the bloke with the melted face more concerning than the medium rare burgers!Those that like Byron burgers, enjoy your listeria!



Byron serve Medium by default? What was this program? If the meat is minced fresh on the same day it shouldn't be an issue.
I wonder if you get without the bun with this deal and pay extra for a RH burger
£5 for a burger ... are you for real !!!
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Molo

Byron serve Medium by default? What was this program? If the meat is … Byron serve Medium by default? What was this program? If the meat is minced fresh on the same day it shouldn't be an issue.



The mere fact that it's minced at all is the issue. For instance, the bacteria that causes food poisoning lives on the surface of the meat like steak so that when a steak is seared the bacteria on the outside is killed off with the heat. Mincing it just spreads the bacteria through all of the meat. So if you order or are given rare/medium rare burger which obviously hasn't been cooked thoroughly enough right through to the centre that is when you run a considerable risk of developing food poisoning because the heat hasn't been able to kill off the bacteria from the uncooked meat.
Edited by: "jans" 6th Jan 2016
I don't care, there food is great and yes it's expensive but it hits the spot well

thanks op! have some heat this is a real treat
Edited by: "STi_prodrive" 6th Jan 2016
trampjuice

Seriously? £5 for a burger a bargain? Some people need a brain … Seriously? £5 for a burger a bargain? Some people need a brain transplant. You can buy 5 McD burgers for that!



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TN567

Dont get them medium rare, wtf!!! Did anyone see that tv programme about … Dont get them medium rare, wtf!!! Did anyone see that tv programme about the growing demand for medium rare burgers


GBK burgers were free of bacteria in the show. So it is safe we can assume.
wassupjg


Man, its like compare Ferrari and Fiat. McDonald's burgers are ****! I would rather get one burger from GBK.
This used to be on Vouchercloud all the time, but they stopped it the last year or so, so this is better value than usual.

Best burger in London undoubtedly is now at Big Fernand that just opened near Tottenham Court Rd this year, absolutely gorgeous French premium beef smothered in melted raclette cheese, caramelised onions and tomato relish with chives. Cooked how you like it with crispy paprika/cajun fries and an Orangina or cloudy lemonade on the side..



Bare in mind if you want certain burgers it's £3 or more per burger added to the bill. With chips and drinks worked out at £13-14 per person when I went in. Not as good a deal as first indicated and definitely not worth the price.
AlarApprentice

And you can pay by paypal, as it's one of the few "restaurants" that … And you can pay by paypal, as it's one of the few "restaurants" that accept it at the moment....



Never been to GBK but I prefer to grill my burgers at home and this way I get to use the ingredients I want. £5 for a burger does seem a bit overpriced.
disgusting burgers ate twice in 12 years both times rubbish , buy some fresh crusty rolls from your local baker make your patties brown them off in the pan nearly cooked heat a kettle up and put a bit of water in the pan to steam them with a lid on the pan , which will also melt the cheese on top.

for extra flavour break up a oxo cube in the mince when making the patties and a bit of ground pepper. tastiest burger ever trust me .


Edited by: "londonguy" 7th Jan 2016
Yummy, one of the worst places rated for failing basic food and safety standards around the country. Just check the food and safety rating of the one in your local area!!
My ex was a store manager for GBK,can't fault them for the cleanliness of the kitchens & the preparation, the burgers taste great but not worth the money. This deal will be for a basic burger,will cost another £3-£4 per burger to jazz it up a bit,that's without fries or drink.
mitchx121

Yummy, one of the worst places rated for failing basic food and safety … Yummy, one of the worst places rated for failing basic food and safety standards around the country. Just check the food and safety rating of the one in your local area!!



Both in Cardiff score 5, Bristol 4, Bath 5

Never been charged for ketchup (although I often get their dips, but that's my choice - ketchup is on the table)

Anything that doesn't have 'RH' next to it on the menu is included
gbk.co.uk/menu
gbk.co.uk/menu
gbk.co.uk/menu

But no - it won't come with fries or drink, etc.
Edited by: "bones23" 7th Jan 2016
Been to 2 different GBK's and was happy, ok so they are overpriced for what you get but better than McD's or a BK.
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