50% off Plant-based Bleeding Burger at the Launch of Halo Burger – POP Brixton
Set your face to stunned as Halo Burger launches with 50% off at POP Brixton in early December.
Kicking off at POP Brixton with 100 free signature Halo Burgers from 12pm-10pm on 28 November, they will then offer 50% off all food orders for a week.
Halo Burger | Pop Brixton, Brixton | Open from 28 November 2018 | Sunday-Thursday: 12pm-10pm / Friday-Saturday: 12pm-11pm
The world’s first bleeding plant-based burger joint opens its doors at POP Brixton from 28th November. Halo Burger promises a new spin on fast food, pairing a nostalgic experience with good vibes and great tunes!
Halo Burger claims to be the only restaurant in the world specialising in the Beyond Burger; a plant-based burger that looks, cooks, and tastes like a fresh beef burger.
They spent over a year and a half expertly creating a secret seasoning (it’s not just COlonel’s who realise the value in this) to perfectly complement the Beyond Burger, going through multiple tastings – which poor souls had that job? – in California and London. This unique seasoning is then blended through every Halo Burger, elevating its taste and ensuring you have that Halo Moment from your very first bite. Ok, we’re sold!
So what kind of food?
Their classically simple menu includes The Halo Burger, Quarter Pounder with Cheese, Cheeseburger, Hamburger and Pink Salt Fries.
Their signature ‘The Halo Burger’ sees two 1/8 lb hand-formed patties layered with old school diced white onion, melted 100% plant-based American style cheese, a juicy slice of beef tomato, crisp lettuce and tangy signature house-made sauce – promising vegan fast-food like you’ve never seen before!
What’s new about that?!
Halo Burger is all about elevating fast-food staples with some extra special ingredients, like Himalayan Pink Salt (with no fewer than 82 trace minerals!). Halo Burger isn’t doesn’t want to be the next health fad – it wants to give you what you crave! And if you can fill your face whilst reducing your impact on the planet, what’s not to like, eh?