Burgers & fries prices

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Mont Blanc

863 posts

46 months

Wednesday 29th May
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hungry_hog said:
Yeah sorry don’t have a 500 acre estate like most on PH!
450 is so new money these days
Neither do I! biggrin

blue_haddock

3,491 posts

70 months

Thursday 30th May
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RizzoTheRat said:
€21.50 for a chicken burger and chips at a local beach bar (Scheveningen, NL), nice breaded chicken and fresh roll and salad, but too much BBQ sauce.
Sounds expensive, I would have gone for one of the many options on the pier.

We absolutely love scheveningen and the pier never disappoints.

generationx

7,071 posts

108 months

Thursday 30th May
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blue_haddock said:
RizzoTheRat said:
€21.50 for a chicken burger and chips at a local beach bar (Scheveningen, NL), nice breaded chicken and fresh roll and salad, but too much BBQ sauce.
Sounds expensive, I would have gone for one of the many options on the pier.

We absolutely love scheveningen and the pier never disappoints.
We prefer Noordwijk just up the coast, a much more relaxed vibe.

HTP99

22,841 posts

143 months

Thursday 30th May
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Mother Flipper in Seven Dials market:



£18.90, tasted bloody good.

RizzoTheRat

25,545 posts

195 months

Thursday 30th May
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blue_haddock said:
Sounds expensive, I would have gone for one of the many options on the pier.

We absolutely love scheveningen and the pier never disappoints.
They're all expensive these days, and we hadn't tried this one before (Aloha). There's a few decent food places on the pier but I quite like the outdoor or conservatory seating at the beach bars. Don't eat in them that often though unless they're on social deal as they are overpriced.


Agree Nordwijk (and Katwijk) are a lot quieter but it's an hours cycle away.

PhilAsia

4,116 posts

78 months

Saturday 1st June
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RizzoTheRat said:
blue_haddock said:
Sounds expensive, I would have gone for one of the many options on the pier.

We absolutely love scheveningen and the pier never disappoints.
They're all expensive these days, and we hadn't tried this one before (Aloha). There's a few decent food places on the pier but I quite like the outdoor or conservatory seating at the beach bars. Don't eat in them that often though unless they're on social deal as they are overpriced.


Agree Nordwijk (and Katwijk) are a lot quieter but it's an hours cycle away.
Wonderful Netherlands imagery... smile

Sheets Tabuer

19,292 posts

218 months

Saturday 1st June
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Had an amazing burger at the plough, stretton on fosse. lovely cosy little pub.

hungry_hog

2,345 posts

191 months

Saturday 1st June
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Patty and Bun - pretty good
32 quid for the food, with an ice cream sandwich not shown.. chicken was shared between 2
Which is not bad for Marylebone.

Rubbish picture but it's the smash burger style, so crispy edges






gotoPzero

17,620 posts

192 months

Thursday 27th June
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Had my annual 5 Guys today.

Cheese burger and a hot dog was just over £17.

It was dead too, about 3 or 4 people in the place and in the 15 min I was there only saw 2 people order.

We shared it and tbh I left feeling quite hungry. I was tempted to get a portion of fries but at £4.25 not a chance.

theplayingmantis

3,962 posts

85 months

Thursday 27th June
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Excellent Blas couple weeks back i wont say how many i had as will get pilloried. Fries excellent as ever just about worth the cost overall despite a lot of emmets moans.

Almost famous Manchester GN last week, excellent and decent value burgers. The mac balls and chicken blasts (especially the marmite butter blasts) are to die for.

bodhi

10,977 posts

232 months

Thursday 27th June
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Had a trip to Wimpy the other day as fancied a quick bite on the way to golf. Just had their "Bacon and Cheese Express", which was just under £6 for the burger by itself. Bit more than the golden arches but was easily twice as nice - had proper bacon for a start.

Don't eat there a lot but make a point of stopping in once every so often - it's always remarkably busy, even when I try to go after lunch to avoid the queues.