Complimentary menu tasting.
I'd put The Brunswick firmly in the chilled out good bar category. Nothing fussy, just a great, changing beer menu and alongside a great Sunday Roast, they now have a fresh menu slinging burgers and really good chips.
If that wasn't reason enough to get yourselves up there, the building is nicely wrapped up, waiting for you to dive in.
On the burger menu, three classic options. Beef, chicken and veggie, with the option of adding chips (highly recommended) of a regular serve, a modest aioli dip, or the confit pork loaded version.
We went classic; beef for me, chicken for him, each with chips on the side and a pint of craft to start.
A good burger should never be underestimated and The Brunswick option is no exception. Two beef patties, with emmental and monteray jack cheese, burger sauce and pickles. The makings of a real good time, delivered.
The chicken serve; crispy fried chicken glazed in chipotle, topped with spiced celeriac, apple slaw and pickles. From burger bun to burger bun, a great eat from bite to final crumb (very pleased with that unintentional poetry).
We each went for the classic chips as a side and that was no mistake. These are proper chips. Chip shop style, without the grease, with the hidden crispy bits and a healthy sprinkling of Maldon salt. The burgers were more than fulfilling but I wasn't about to pass up a bowl of that good stuff.
Once the heatwave kicks in, grab a spot outside if you can, set yourself up with a pint and select your burger of choice. Or in the more likely scenario of a chill or rain, there's plenty of room inside.
Come Tuesdays, the burgers are on an excellent deal. Burger, pint and chips for a tenner, an easy excuse to head back. Or head up for comfort food through the rest of the week, it's your choice between burger and roast on a Sunday.