K to burger ba­sics

Evening Express (City Final) - The Guide - - EATING OUT -

burger, served with pesto, moz­zarella and rocket and a flat mush­room was added. We also or­dered side dishes of flamegrilled veg­eta­bles, which in­cluded pep­pers, cour­gettes and onion rings. Veg­e­tar­i­ans are well­catered for with a range of pat­ties, such as spinach and lentil or spicy veg­etable and bean. Desserts are lim­ited – it’s a choice be­tween ice-cream or real-fruit lol­lies. The staff were prompt and efficient, but then the cus­tomer is the one who does the queu­ing. We re­turned to the counter for a sec­ond time for a tea and cof­fee, hav­ing or­dered a Diet Coke and sparkling wa­ter with our food. The restau­rant lacks any char­ac­ter, but the sim­ple decor – no Amer­i­cana on the walls, for ex­am­ple – is in keep­ing with the good old burger in a bun recipe.

DIN­ING OUT: Mark Cooper and Becky Ken­drick en­joy the food.

RE­LAX­ING: The Dou­glas Arms was wel­com­ing.

Ban­chory

22 High Street,

SERV­ING: From left, Claire Moyce, Fraser Stubbs, Emily McCom­bie and Michael Al­lan.

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