Belted Christmas at Belted Burger: Caroline reports

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That’s my kind of slider: juicy burger, juicy turkey, juicy sausage on top. While I eat, Jack shakes and serves a partridge in a pear tree (that’s a shot glass sample). Sparkly cows look on.

Belted Burgers take their name from the cattle that provide the meat for the burgers. I went to their Edinburgh restaurant on Fredrick Street to find out what they are offering this Christmas season.

Belted use all the cuts, cheap and expensive, to make a burger with the best possible taste. I sampled a Christmas special topped with pulled Turkey: the turkey was deliciously sweet, the burger juicy and flavoursome.

I also tried two seasonal cocktails. The Partridge in a Pear Tree was my favourite – boozy yet fruitily refreshing. The Gingerbread was a velvety punch of cognac and Christmas spice syrup.

If you’ve not booked that team lunch/dinner with the in-laws/pre-Christmas catch-up with friends, give Belted a try. As well as great burgers and drinks, they deliver fab service. They get rave reviews (including the one Amy wrote a few months ago) and care that you have a great evening.

Caroline having an Instagram moment with a belted charmer (Caroline is wearing antlers).

I’m having an Instagram moment with a belted charmer (I’m the one in the antlers).

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About Caroline von Schmalensee

Cooking, eating and drinking is fun as well as necessary. I do food for fun and I write for a living. Good food makes the world a more delicious and satisfying place. Good writing, meanwhile, can make the world a less confusing place.

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