The Nottingham burger that ‘never leaves diners disappointed’ could be named the best in the country
A big, juicy burger with a twist at a restaurant in Nottingham has reached the final of a national competition. The BOHNS Best Burgers Rump Rub is one of the nation’s top 16 in the revered National Burger Awards.
It’s a spicy and fruity jam that makes the burger stand out from the crowd. It may sound strange, but it really works, said founder Thomas Bohn, who opened his restaurant in Broad Street, Hockley, in 2018. He will compete in a live cooking competition at Islington Metal Works in London, UK. hopes his signature burger creation will be crowned the UK’s best.
He said: “The Rump Rub is, without a doubt, a customer favorite and has been since the restaurant opened. It offers a combination of spice flavors from our very own rump mayonnaise with a subtle added sweetness and a spice kick from our jalapeno and raspberry Typically the first initial reaction from customers is “how does jam work on a beef burger” until they taste it. how well it works and are never disappointed.
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“We pride ourselves on sourcing quality local ingredients that are prepared fresh daily. Using organic ground beef with the perfect fat content, we complement the beef with our own brand of seasonings and flavorings. homemade sauces that deliver unique flavors you can’t get from prepared meals purchased in BOHNS isn’t just your standard burger restaurant.”
Now in its eighth year, the competition will see restaurant chefs and street traders compete on April 20. This year’s lineup includes former finalist MEATliquor and top brands Bleecker and Burger & Lobster.
In addition to the signing round, the chefs will take part in a technical showdown which will see them create a burger from a specific selection of ingredients provided by the event sponsors with the aim of being crowned Burger Chef of the Year, as well as a meatless burger tour sponsored by The Vegetarian Butcher. Winners will be chosen by a hand-picked selection of reputable industry judges.
Genna Ash-Brown, editor of Dine Out Magazine, which organizes and runs the event, said: “Burgers have been a favorite among Britons for decades, with their popularity soaring throughout the pandemic. – so much so that they have been confirmed as the most ordered lockdown dish in the country.
“We were delighted to see so many high-caliber recipes submitted for this year’s National Burger Awards, although it certainly didn’t make shortlisting easy! It’s always a joy to see familiar faces return and all. such a pleasure to welcome new challengers to the ring. We can’t wait to bring these awesome companies together and see those sizzling patties start spinning!”