Mouth watering meats are on the menu with the grand opening of Gourmet Burger Kitchen in Leamington.
The burger chain opened its doors in Livery Street on Monday as part of the growing food and drinks court in Regent Court.
The franchise which specialises in meat and vegetarian burgers, started in 2001 and creates from scratch in kitchens across the UK.
GBK, which is now welcoming customers has created 30 jobs and is paying homage to the towns spa roots with a range of burger inspired beauty treatments which people can use for free while eating in the restaurant until Wednesday (May 13).
GBK marketing director Katie McDermott said as well as setting itself apart with a huge range of unusual burgers, they still have the old favourites to fall back on in what should offer something for every taste.
The menu includes The Don, Blazing Sombrero and The Taxi Driver alongside lamb, falafel and even buffalo burgers - with milkshake varieties extending from chocolate right up to lime or peanut butter.
Katie said: “We are excited to be opening the doors at GBK this May and invite burger hungry residents to come and try the menu and more.
“It’s not every day that burgers and beauty treatments combine.”
The licensed restaurant is also displaying bespoke artwork in the form of a map of the town created by artist Damilola Odusote which takes pride of place along the wall to highlight Leamington’s landmarks.
There is also an open plan kitchen and outdoor dining area to allow diners to enjoy the summer sunshine.
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