Announced on Coqfighter's Instagram page earlier this week, Goodburger is described as a take on ‘the classic smashed patty burger’ that’ll be made using dry-aged beef.
Launching exclusively via UberEats, Goodburger will initially be available to order from Coqfighter’s delivery kitchen in Shoreditch, with more locations set to be announced in the coming weeks.
In an Instagram post, Coqfighter said: “We wanted to tap into that nostalgic feeling you got as a kid going to your favourite burger place. That sense of fun and anticipation. ⠀
“Goodburger isn’t about reinventing the burger. We just want people to be able to get that same sense of excitement. It feels important in this completely bonkers time we all find ourselves in.”
Coqfighter was founded by Australian born friends Troy Sawyer, Deacon Rose and Tristan Clough in 2014 after moving to London from Melbourne.
Prior to the Coronavirus lockdown, it operated Boxpark locations in Shoreditch and Croydon, as well as a bricks and mortar site in Soho.
However, following the complete closure of its Boxpark sites, it has established two delivery-only dark kitchens in Shoreditch and Hackney Wick in order to maintain operations during the pandemic.