Le Bun to launch Rotate residency

By James McAllister

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Street food brand Le Bun to launch Rotate restaurant residency

Related tags: Burger, Street food, Restaurant, Residency

Street food brand Le Bun is partnering with Shoreditch residency restaurant Rotate to launch a ‘one of a kind menu’ of French-American burgers.

Starting tomorrow (28 November), the collaboration will see Le Bun co-founder Andy Taylor launching a menu of six ‘speciality’ Le Bun burgers.

Signature options include the Hot Mess burger, made with a 40-day dry aged, rare breed longhorn beef patty, American cheese, sriracha burger sauce, candied bacon, pickled red and green chillies, jalapenos and yellow mustard, all served in a potato brioche.

There will also be vegan burgers including one made specially for the residency that features a vegan patty, Le Bun burger sauce, vegan American cheeze, confit beer onions, ketchup and mustard, served in a potato bun.

Elsewhere on the menu, Taylor will be putting his spin on some classic diner-style snacks and sides such as hot wings with roquefort; and bone marrow fries.

Musician turned chef Andy Taylor cut his teeth working with the likes of Michael Caines, before founding Le Bun in 2013.

Recently Le Bun has popped up at Street Feast and Battersea Power Station, and hosted events including Le Bun X Le Zetter and Kelis x Le Bun. 

Its burger kitchen is currently in residence at London venues The Sebright Arms, Smugglers Tavern, and New Street Grill. 

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