Hudson’s Burger Bar, set to launch 20 May 2009, has always been in the pipeline for Ross Collins and David Rabie (Café Caprice) since Ross’s acquisition of Limnos Bakery on Kloof Street early last year.
“Our concept is to introduce a completely unique, simple, more direct burger bar, offering the highest quality burgers you can get in Cape Town. Our burgers will comprise of freshly ground beef, made in-house, every morning. No soya proteins, limited fat (from the regular 20% down to Hudson’s 5%), and no offal, just whole grain meat! What else makes Hudson’s so unique from the rest? Double crunch fries, sour dough buns, a chickpea and lentil veggie burger, vanilla lemonade, and other innovative toppings to top off the menu. We’re keeping it simple, but interesting.” Says Collins.
The décor and design elements of the burger bar comprise of sustainable products like natural woods and re-cycled; their goal being to create an organic feel, emulating the simplicity of the product.
Hudson’s will cater breakfasts, salads, and desserts, with their main focus on gourmet burgers at an affordable price. It’s been conceptualised as an extension of Caprice’s clientèle and bar-like atmosphere; a place for customers to grab a coffee in the morning and a beer in the eve, with the added convenience of its positioning on cosmopolitan Kloof Street.
For more information contact: Ross 079 877 7688