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05 May - 09 May

Burger Circus 5th Birthday Celebration with $55 Cheeseburger Deal

By Localiiz 29 April 2020

Event Information

START DATE 05 May 2020
END DATE 09 May 2020
Burger Circus, 22 Hollywood Road, Soho

SoHo’s all-American diner, Burger Circus, has been bringing its retro vibes and classic American fare to Hong Kong’s SoHo crowd seven days a week since 2015. From quick lunchtime meals to late-night bites, Burger Circus’ menu of freshly-ground burgers, fries, house-made sodas and milkshakes has been delighting diners from day one. Next month, join Burger Circus as it celebrates five years of burger-flipping and milkshake-slinging with five days of$55 Cheeseburger Combos.

From 5 through 9 May, stop into the railcar-style diner from 5pm onwards and get a classic cheeseburger made from 5oz of freshly-ground USDA-certified prime beef patty, topped with melted Wisconsin cheddar, sliced onion, pickles, house-made circus sauce and served on a toasted bun. Each combo comes with thick-cut fries and a house-made soda.

It is not a birthday without cake, so Burger Circus is putting a sweet twist on its traditional ‘Pie of the Month’ and completing the birthday festivities with an extra-special cake available through May. Introducing the Sugar Cookie B’Day Cake, a sweet confection made with alternating layers of raspberry icing and whipped cream nestled between buttery sugar cookies and topped off with dollops of whipped cream and sweet raspberries. Available by the slice ($48) or whole ($288) both in-house or via GO. 48-hour pre-order required for all whole cakes.

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