CHURCH THEMED BURGER RESTAURANT TO OPEN IN HARLOW CREATING 20 JOBS
A burger restaurant with a church theme is set to open at a major retail and leisure complex in Harlow creating 20 jobs in the process.
The Burger Priest, which will be situated at 43 The Harvey Centre, is costing £250,000 and will open on December 11. It is the third The Burger Priest franchise to open nationally.
Designed to be reminiscent of a church, diners will sit on church pews and select food from hymn board menus. The toilet booths are confession boxes.
The franchise restaurant, which will also offer a take-out service, will serve a wide range of premium burgers, all made with 100% Aberdeen Angus beef.
The handmade burgers will be made fresh on site, not frozen, will have no preservatives, will be hormone and steroid free, gluten free and fully traceable.
The burgers will be served on an artisan brioche bun, with fresh salads and hand cut style fries. Gluten free buns will be available as an option”
The restaurant will also serve milkshakes made with organic ice-cream provided direct from Marshfield Farm in the Cotswolds.
The Burger Priest will also have a number of craft beers available and organic wines.
Keith Fox, national franchise manager at The Burger Priest, said: “We have opened two restaurants nationally. It is a unique theme. The Harvey Centre is a fantastic leisure and retail complex and we are delighted to be situated there.
“The restaurant is costing £250,000 to open and we have created 20 jobs in the process which is excellent for the local economy.
“The feedback we have had about our burgers is second to none, We use only the finest 100 percent Aberdeen Angus burgers. We believe it will be a fantastic success in Harlow and we can’t wait to open in December.”
Trivialisation of religion to make money and i am an atheist and think this is some sort of sick joke,so lets assume i see nothing wrong with this could i open a mosque styled restuarant selling burgers,halal of course,no because it would result in uproar.