Head of Steam burger chefs will open cool new kitchen in Princes Avenue
Cyril the street food van will still be in operation
By Hull Daily Mail | Posted: 23 Oct 2017
A popular street food company is laying down roots with a restaurant in Princes Avenue.
KerbEdge is best known for providing burgers, fries and a whole host of tasty fast food around Hull and the UK, as well having a kitchen at Head Of Steam in Trinity Square.
Now it is settling down in one of the city’s most popular streets.
Adam Bryson, manager of KerbEdge, said: “The restaurant will be a sit-in style, mirroring our street food ethics and values.
KerbEdge is opening in Princes Avenue in November
“Takeaway will also be available, as will deliveries via Deliveroo. It will be influenced by some of our favourite places such as the Burger Joint in New York, and Patty & Bun in London.”
The new restaurant at 56 Princes Avenue is currently being renovated and the company currently running a competition for customers to win free burgers for an entire year.
KerbEdge took over the kitchen of Head Of Steam earlier this year, but has decided it also wants its own independent restaurant.
Adam said: “After first making the jump into bricks with our kitchen at Head Of Steam, we feel the time is now right to expand and our first stand-alone site had to be in our home city.
“Customers can expect the same great burgers that you can already enjoy from our street food truck, Cyril, and at Head of Steam, but with some new and exciting additions.
“Alongside the food, we will have an amazing beer line-up by our friends at Atom brewery, and a cocktail listing that shares the fresh, fun flavours of our food.”
Loaded fatchips from KerbEdge
The restaurant aims to be up and running by next month, but with all the exciting additions of food and drink on offer, the KerbEdge team is not quite ready to leave its roaming roots.
“Cyril will still be hitting the streets, and available for private hire,” said Adam. “That’s where we started.”
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