Burgers are a staple of the great British diet and come in a variety of forms. Burgers come in many variations from the higher priced gourmet style burgers to the fast food options more commonly associated as an ‘on the go’ favourite. Historically, at the lower end of the price range are burgers from burger vans providing a whole host of fast food choices. Burgers, southern fried chicken, wraps, hot dogs and chips are usually on the menu. Customers usually have a choice of single, double or triple burgers with or without cheese.
The trend has changed significantly in recent times, as customers buying food, particularly in the daytime, are seeking higher quality alternatives from gourmet burger vans, capturing more and more of the market.
Burger vans are also a common feature at sporting events. Football and rugby matches in particular are regular homes for burger vans, with numerous fans purchasing food before the games and at half time. Such vans can also be spotted outside of nightclubs and bars, as the locals and partiers bring their nights out to an end with some food.
Common features of burger vans include a large frying area for burgers, onions and sausages and fridges for keeping the meat, sauces and add-ons such as cheese fresh. There is often only one or two members of staff serving customers from these vans.
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