It’s Hellfire for Halloween at Byron Burger

I’d never been to Bryon Burger before so when we invited to go and try out the Hellfire Bryon Burger created to celebrate Halloween it seemed a good chance to put that right and give it a try.

Byron Burger

The Manchester Byron is in Piccadilly Gardens which can be hectic so I was a bit wary of how it might feel to eat there. As soon as we entered inside though any such concerns evaporated. We were met by a calm pleasant host who asked us where we’d like to sit. We chose a little booth in the centre of the restaurant. The atmosphere in the place was relaxed and laid back but the service was attentive – friendly but unobtrusive. They put candles out on the tables and the place was nicely lit with subdued lighting. It seemed like a modern British take on a classic American diner from yesteryear – pulled into 2022.

hellfire Byron Burger

Of course I opted for the Hellfire burger. This was their signature 6oz party with crispy bacon, pickled red onions and a spicy siracha mayo and Korean style hot sauce. As lover of all things spice it gave a nice zing to a very good quality burger. We were asked how we’d like the burger cooked beforehand which was a good move.. My fellow diners opted for a double chicken burger and the traditional Byron burger. It all went down well. The side dishes of sweet potato and skin-on fries were both crispy and tasty and the green salad side was nice and fresh with a moreish dressing.

Other diners in the restaurant seemed smiley and relaxed. If just had a feel of a well run, relaxed and well thought out sort of place. You could see the outside world rushing frantically by outside the window but inside was a picture of calm and great burgers.

The Hellfire Byron Burger is available from the 18th October – 1st November in all Byron restaurants and via delivery – £12.25

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