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Steak house chain launches the ‘Brexit Burger’

To help Britons count down to the Brexit deadline, steak house chain Steakout will be offering a Brexit Burger and French fries meal.

The Brexit Burger will be a “topsy-turvy concoction of cultures” with a British beef patty, smothered in neutral Swiss cheese, Steakout’s own burger sauce, some Spanish Lettuce and wrapped in a warm “soft” French-inspired brioche bun. The Brexit Burger will be available until the Brexit deadline of 29 March 2019.

Steakout is a casual dining steak chain which opened in 2008 and now has 10 branches across the UK. It has sites in Norbury, Tooting, Harrow, Luton, Leicester, Slough, Southall, Stratford, Blackburn and Cardiff.

Kaysor Ali, founder of Steakout, said: “I’m actually apolitical but I thought it was time to push some fun at this crazy situation. I’m a proud Briton but I can’t wait for all this uncertainty to be over – In the meantime, let’s all relax and have a upside down politically topsy-turvy burger.”

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