A week ago, I blogged about how Charley Noble’s Burger Wellington entry seemed to closely resemble their everyday burger on the menu. I sent a link to my blog to the organisers of Wellington On A Plate, who have replied to me with this information:
" We've been in touch with the team at Charley Noble to get the low-down on what burger they're entering in this year's challenge and can assure you that their burger will be different to the burger currently listed on their regular menu. They didn't have the finer details of their entry ready when the Visa Wellington On a Plate brochure went to print, hence the description in the programme sounding similar to the burger you enjoyed when you dined at Charley Noble recently. The waiter who served you at lunch was a new team member and therefore not completely up to speed yet with the Visa Wellington On a Plate DINE Wellington menu.
We're happy to share their burger with you now:
Introducing the Charley Noble Caribbean Pirate Burger!
Featuring a beef patty, grilled pineapple pickle, Monterey Jack cheese, crispy bacon and smoked chilli relish, and served with a side of "smoke and rum" punch.
Arrrr, blow me down, that sounds like a right beauty. "
As the man in orthopaedic shoes said: I stand corrected.
Anyway, it’s nice to know that comments and feedback are given due attention by the organisers. Whether I’ll be trying their burger is still debatable, as competition is fierce to get on my shortlist and I want to try some of the more exotic burgers as well as the standard ones. More on this once the event gets under way!