Food Review: Flap around with a fried feathers burger

That one word 'Burger' and my lads are there. Kerb Edge recently opened in Stocksbridge, inspired by New York burger joints started out as a food truck, nowadays it's indoors but Cyril the van still visits local private functions and festivals.

Tuesday, 16th October 2018, 1:33 pm
Updated Tuesday, 16th October 2018, 1:43 pm
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Outside is delightful and inviting with multi coloured fountain lights.  A small and contemporary place which has been up-cycled using plenty of steel, wood and several bin lids which sets the scene.

Dirty loaded chips.

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Cocktails, lagers and soft drinks on offer but there wasn't any beers to choose from. Bottled beer was slightly expensive at £3.75 but Pepsi was a reasonable £1.90 compared to other eateries.  

A selection of burgers, chicken, wings and loaded chips for us to saunter through. We opted for chicken wings to share but they had run out so the waiter offered us a chicken replacement, a lunch box, £10, as its called with tender pieces of chicken in, smothered in a Korean and a chipotle BBQ sauce, slaw with tasty. 

For mains, we had burgers, I had the mushroom Swiss, £8.50, a meaty beef burger patty, topped with a garlic and thyme succulent flat mushroom, Swiss cheese in a toasted brioche bun.

My son had a Yorkshire blue burger, £7.50, sprinkled with a delightful crumbly cheese, with a streak of bacon across the top.

Chicken lunch box

My other son had a fried feathers burger, £7.50, a juicy chicken burger with a flavorsome smokey BBQ sauce, a street slaw which was loaded with squeaky sweet cabbage.

The burgers come in a takeaway box, different, but I'm old fashioned and would have preferred the good old plate. We ordered two trays of loaded chips to accompany our burgers, naughty chips, £6.50, these were topped with warm Atom beer cheese sauce, blue cheese, tangy BBQ sauce, crispy fried onions, tangy citrus pickles and a divine smokey mayo.

The second tray was Thai chips, £5.50, these were topped with a mild but tangy tomato, mango & pineapple salsa, jalapeno's with a little kick and a full flavoured Thai red sauce.

We definitely overloaded on the chips, but they were delicious.

We were sat next to a ping pong table, several balls were flying when we were eating!

Our bill with two drinks each came to  £53.10. 

There is several offers through the week starting with 50% off on a Monday when you eat in or Tuesday is buy one burger get one free. 


Food 4

Service 3

Atmosphere 3

Value 3