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Foxden opens Fulham restaurant

The restaurant offers an inclusive menu of gourmet burgers with ‘exciting’ additions and house-made sauces, using British beef and fresh, locally sourced ingredients

Foxden, a new burger restaurant, has announced its opening in Fulham, Southwest London.

It revealed the restaurant will be spearheaded by owner Paul Fox, who spent his childhood on the family’s beef farm in Warwickshire.

According to the restaurant, Fox has years of working in hospitality “under his belt”, predominantly as front of house where he has held positions with The Savoy and Red Carnation Hotels.

The restaurant was forced to initially open for deliveries and takeaways due to lockdown coinciding with their opening, but is now fully open as an eat-in restaurant.

Foxden said it is an upbeat and casual restaurant, offering an inclusive menu of gourmet burgers with “exciting” additions and house-made sauces, using British beef and fresh, locally sourced ingredients.

The menu includes: Foxden burger (beef patty, slow-braised pulled beef, truffled cheese sauce, rocket, and red onion jam); hunters chicken burger (grilled free range British chicken, treacle bacon, cheddar cheese, Foxden BBQ sauce and slaw); and the bacon cheeseburger (Treacle bacon, cheese lettuce, gherkin, and house sauce).

The restaurant also said its drinks list “shines a light” on some of the country’s best brewers and winemakers, with beer sourced from neighboring brewery Gipsy Hill, and wine from Chapel Down, located in Sussex.

Special dietary requirements have also been catered for with gluten-free buns available as well as meat-free options, such as vegetarian burgers.

 

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