For those of you who haven’t come across Social Bite, they’re a local social business employing a good proportion of homeless or former homeless folks and ploughing profits back into the charity sector. They are much valued and much loved.
After a quick perusal of the menu, I was hooked in by the Festival burger (£6.95), which brought together a beef burger, bacon, cheese, onions and tomato relish. It was piled on a soft, floury bun.
I took a seat at their “secret garden” seating area and tucked in. It proved very tasty eating with the burger of pleasingly meaty quality and the supporting elements offering excellent enhancement. I was very happy with it.
So overall, I’d happily recommend a visit to Social Bite’s burger pop-up. You’ll be impressed with their simple and tasty food. I must visit again to give the interesting looking beer, by Brewgooder, a go.