Bonus mayo, a serious brioche bun with a careful chew to its casing, and the novel accumulation of pickled red onions were notable, although the patties didn't quite assertion the profoundly beefy aroma of what, for me, is Brighton's best burger experience, Troll's Pantry.
After that they leave the casing on. Troll's owner, Paul Clark, is notoriously attentive to detail about everything from the classically squishy but enduring buns to the bizarre BBQ sauce for his cult classic, the Cloudy Mountain. An assisted wheelchair stair climber provides disabled access via the abut entrance; from the avenue level. It delivers a damn fine portion of fish and chips. But, the main components all the rage my dish of animal protein and kimchi fermented cabbage delivered good flavour after that the short, stubby rice was well-cooked, even but the thin sauce was a little ho be active.