MEATliquor and Fergus Henderson create the Brain Burger

By Sophie Witts contact

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MEATliquor and Fergus Henderson create the Brain Burger
MEATliquor has teamed up with St John owner Fergus Henderson to create a Brain Burger, which it will be selling to raise money for Parkinson’s research.

Henderson – who was diagnosed with the disease in 1998 - is a long time champion of nose to tail eating​ at his Michelin-starred restaurant.

Now the chef is taking the approach one step further with the limited edition dish.

The burger consists of a slice of calf’s brain, fried in panko breadcrumbs and served with sauce gribiche, homemade mayonnaise and cabbage on a St John Bakery potato and onion roll.

For £30 diners can enjoy the burger, a portion of fries and a butchers apron designed by Henderson himself.

All profits will go to support Parkinson’s UK – www.parkinsons.org.uk

The offer will be available at MEATliquor W1, MEATmission and MEATliquor N1 for the whole of June.

Tickets can be booked at the Eventbrite page by clicking here.

One in every 500 people has Parkinson’s disease, meaning it affects around 127,000 people in the UK.

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