Don’t miss Haché’s Christmas in a Bun burger with money going to Albert Kennedy Trust

Dig in and give back this Christmas!

This Christmas, Haché has teamed up with the Albert Kennedy Trust and their fashion designer patron, Henry Holland, to deliver a very special Christmas gift to burger fans in support of the LGBT community.

To celebrate the launch of the new Christmas in a Bun burger special, Haché are asking customers to tell them what gives the Christmas feels (in just five words) by writing it in a specially designed Haché Christmas card, which will then be used to decorate the restaurants with some festive cheer.

In true Christmas spirit, Haché will be donating £1 from the sale of every Christmas in a Bun (£11.50), to the Albert Kennedy Trust, who work hard to support young homeless members of the LGBT community.

The Christmas in a Bun at £11.50 includes two patties – the first a twist on your traditional turkey, the second a juicy succulent sausage – topped with crispy bacon, fresh baby gem leaves and a tangy cranberry ketchup, all sandwiched between a lightly toasted brioche bun and served with lightly fried Brussels sprouts that’ll turn even a sprout hater positive.

Christmas in a Bun, along with the rest of Haché’s Christmas menu, is available from the 20th November at all six Haché sites across London – Camden, Chelsea, Clapham, Holborn, Balham and Shoreditch.

Alfie Green
Alfie Green

You bring the rum, I'll bring the raspberries. Perfect daiquiris all round.

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