Tameside diner launches beef burger with Biscoff buns

By Fiona Callow

A diner in Tameside is offering their limited edition beef burger with a sweet twist for longer due to popular demand.

The sandwich is made up of a seeded brioche bun slathered in Biscoff spread, stacked with cheesy beef patties and crushed Lotus biscuits, before being topped with a whole Lotus biscuit.

The burger was launched last month as an August special, but due to its popularity it is now available throughout September too.

Sweet Diner opened in 2015 and has expanded to a takeaway menu as well as other merchandise such as baseball caps, sweet spreads and dessert spoons.

Their tagline is ‘cheat day is every day’ and describe themselves as offering: ‘A unique dining experience where your taste buds are pushed to the limit’.

Their menu includes other fantastic creations such as the burger named the Nutty chicken (that tried crossing the road) which has a peanut butter sauce, or the Leaning Tower of Geeza which has layers of mozzarella, beef and many other fillings.

Unsurprisingly, they have wide range of dessert food, including ice cream and waffles.

They even have a Man vs Food eating challenge.

A reviewer on TripAdvisor said: “The food was great, as dessert is my personal favourite, I highly recommend ordering one of each dessert-it's worth it and you'll thank me later.

“Service was amazing-special thanks to Bilal who was super friendly and regularly checked up on us. Really appreciate it.”

This isn’t the first sweet burger the diner has created - you can also try their ‘Cheat Day’ burger too, which includes Oreos, Nutella, strawberries, Kinder Bueno, and Biscoff sauce, all loaded inside a toasted brioche bun.

Sweet Diner is located at 48 Hyde Rd, Denton, Manchester M34 3AQ.

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