“This March, Byron will bring proper hamburgers to Camberley with the opening of a restaurant in The Atrium.
Byron serve hamburgers the way they should be: Scottish beef, ground fresh, cooked medium and served in a soft, squishy bun. The short and simple menu includes the Classic, Cheese, and signature Byron burgers, plus a regularly-changing special. A selection of ‘Classic Specials’ sees some of the best-loved of these return to the menu for good.
Byron’s regularly-updated craft beer list featured beers from around the world, all chosen to go perfectly with a hamburger. These include their own Byron Pale Ale and Byron Lager, brewed and canned in collaboration with Camden Town Brewery in north London.
In addition to hamburgers, Byron’s menu features sides such as French fries, onion rings, and macaroni cheese. Desserts include a caramel and honeycomb blondie, sundaes and a chocolate brownie, while milkshakes come in strawberry, chocolate, vanilla and Oreo cookie flavours. Hard shakes, classic sodas, floats and a selection of Kentucky bourbons are also available.
Every Byron’s design is unique: at The Atrium, the restaurant’s bright, mid-century industrial décor will be complemented by Lichtenstein-inspired pop art, brass fixtures and a bold yellow and white geometric patterned ceiling to the rear of the restaurant. The open kitchen and bar will provide a focal point, complemented by neon signage, timber and concrete flooring, and a mixture of vintage and contemporary furniture and fittings.”
That’s it. The Eye doesn’t normally ‘advertise’, so we probably won’t say much more about Byron. Just enjoy!