The Butcher’s Club Burger Keeping Things Simple

[29/05/14] 

According to the US Library of Congress, the invention of the humble hamburger may have German origins but the first place to sell these iconic bites was Louis’ Lunch, a tiny roadside joint in New Haven, Connecticut, which opened in 1895 (they were also the first to serve steak sandwiches).

Since then virtually every variation of this beautifully simplistic snack has been tried – from wasabi-infused to foie gras fancy - and tested by an ever-growing consumer base. And, the advent of the ‘luxury’ burger by patrons looking to enjoy simple cuisine but top-notch ingredients is now a global phenomenon.

Enter The Butcher’s Club Burgers, which is slated to open on Wan Chai’s Landale Street this month. Promising to mince the Butcher’s Club’s signature dry-aged Black Angus beef, as well its secret blend of seasoning, into patties in front of each customer, the new boutique burger joint will dish up juicy bacon cheeseburgers (the only kind on offer) cooked to order in a space that caters to just 40 guests at a time. Rumor has it club members will have access to a few additional menu items but the theme here is keeping it simple, so take up a perch at the kitchen counter to be close to the action, get a drink from the vintage vending machine, and leave room for a shot of Bourbon as you toast to patty perfection.

Because some things don’t have to be complicated.


Contact: 
The Butcher’s Club Burger 
G/F, Rialto Building, 2 Landale Street, Wan Chai 
Tel: 2528 2083 Open 11am to midnight, 7 days a week 
http://butchersclub.com.hk/

 


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