Burger joint Bonditony’s has a musical approach, serving buns and patties with a rock‘n’roll twist.
Beef, chicken, fish and vegetarian burgers with names such as the Lost Valentino and the Just a Jezebel are on the list with sides that include sweet potato fries and slaw. The bestseller is the Trippin Zeahorse – a grass-fed beef patty topped with crispy free-range “Ms Piggy”, cheese, tomato relish and mustard aioli.
Customers can sip on Young Henrys Natural Lager and Newtowner from the tap, or a range of bottled beers and ciders. There’s also five cocktails, Karmacola’s fair trade range of fizzy drinks and the all-important shakes. They’re made with coconut ice cream and refined sugar is strictly off limits.
All of the artwork on the walls comes from the shows owner Tony Gosden has worked on over the past 10 years as a promoter and manager. He made the furniture and did the fit-out himself.
The space is small. But Gosden manages this with share tables, which he says complements the atmosphere.
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