There is a bit of an art to a good burger, it’s pretty simple yet some places manage to get it wrong. Bristol is lucky enough to have several places that have got it spot on, Chomp being one of them.
A little hidden away, along St Nicholas Street, it could almost be forgotten about. However, a strong following with positive word of mouth and awards coming out their ears, it’s hard not to think of Chomp when you’re craving a good burger.
But burgers aren’t all they do; there are all types of steaks ranging from 21-70 day aged beef. Along with veggie options, if you don’t mind photographs of cows on the walls reminding you what your fellow non-veggie friend is eating.
All of this can be washed down with a selection of cocktails, bourbons and beers.
Whilst I opted for the classic with jalapenos, James went for the special which included pulled pork and the holy grail in the shape of an onion ring – I love it when a burger comes with an onion ring, it’s like a free side.
The decor inside is simple, some areas quite intimate with the candlelight and low ceilings. The artificial grass dotted around is a great touch.
Chomp is a very welcomed addition to my ‘where to go for a good burger’ list.