Qype: Grubbs Burgers in Brighton

BrightonEating & DrinkingFastfood & Takeaway

Grubb’s is another place that loses points from me in terms of its lack of wheat-free options. I mean come on, how difficult is it to have a gluten-free bun as an option? Their burgers look and smell so totally delicious and all my friends love this place so I know I’m really missing out.

We went here after a few drinks across the road in The Ranelagh last night, with me hell-bent on getting one of their enormous portions of fries, but instead I opted for a bag of their fried jacket wedges with BBQ sauce. I am SO glad I did. They were garlicky, herby and totally gorgeous. Not to mention the utterly MASSIVE portion size. Wow. I said Red Veg in North Laine did the best potato wedges, now I think I’m going to have to seriously reconsider that statement…

The only downside was that the staff didn’t seem to properly understand how to work a chip and pin machine. Consequently, they attempted to charge us twice holding up the entire queue of frustrated-looking Kemp Towners. When we explained to them that we were in fact right, they were decidedly grumpy and rude. They lose a star for that. And for their lack of options for my late-night snackage.

Check out my review of Grubbs Burgers – I am Alice_Reeves – on Qype

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One thought on “Qype: Grubbs Burgers in Brighton

  1. Grubbs is always a good option late at night. Definitely the best burgers in town (possibly with the exception of the Gourmet Burger Co in North Laine). That said, given what happened to Elvis’s waist-line, perhaps they’re not a good idea too often.

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