When they left the Fat Cat a few years back, focusing instead on taking their buns on the road, Bullitt left a burger-shaped hole in our lives.
During their adventures, they’ve done numerous festivals across the UK, but the burgers have stayed every bit as excellent as they were last time we got our mitts on them – it was worth the wait.
It’s one of those menus that has you umming and ahhing and asking for just a couple more minutes to make a decision…a few times. It caters to every hunger level, starting at “The Truth”, a fairly plain burger, and escalating to “Ichor”, the double-everything stack that requires some inventive attack methods. A veggie option and available vegan-friendly tweaks mean it’s not just for the carnivores, too, although the quality beef is a big part of what makes the burgers so good.
In collaboration with London’s Five Points Brewery, they’re even serving up beer tasting menus that explore flavour pairings with beers and ciders.
It’s not just about the burgers, though: they’re also doing wood-fired Sunday and festive roasts, with the latter launching at the end of November and taking place from Thursday to Sunday. Think succulent local meats, an abundance, and, of course, Yorkshire puds.
With an emphasis on local, free-range produce and eco-friendly details, Bullitt really care about what they do. We’ll be making the most of them being in the city centre before they hop off to explore once again.
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