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Street food giants to open their first permanent restaurant

This winter, burger favourites Burger & Beyond are opening doors to their first restaurant on

Shoreditch High Street that will bring their signature buns to a permanent site for the very first time, as well as a new expanded menu.

In keeping with their current residencies at KERB, Street Feast and Camden Assembly, the brand’s burgers and sides, honed after three and a half years in the business, will take centre stage. ‘Drinking snacks’ and ‘Small Plates’ will show the team’s creative side alongside a list of crafted cocktails and drinks.

The concept behind the design comes from Tom and Craig’s preference of clean lines and linear lighting, which is fused with a feeling of openness and softness throughout the ground floor. Interior designers Run For The Hills have placed a lot emphasis on using modern black and raw steel metals over a variety of mesh and bolts, set against a natural backdrop of materials such as stone, vintage bricks and lime wash paint to give a warmer, cosier take on the typical East London restaurant. A huge concrete bar sits next to leather and canvas cushioned banquettes, also grounded with concrete bases – a style that continues down to the basement floor where snug cushioned caves glow from within via red neon lighting and monochromatic geometric tiling. The perfect place for a burger!

Directors, Craig Povoas and Tom Stock comment, “We are thrilled to be opening our first restaurant in Shoreditch, the location is perfect and the design brings our vision to life. The restaurant will showcase a different side to Burger & Beyond whilst staying true to the foundations of our brand, something that is not always possible within the constraints of the street food market.”