King Charles launches new menu with £14.50 burger

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The brand new summer menu includes a range of burgers (Picture: REX / BAV Media) We all love a burger and a pint on a summer afternoon — and apparently, so does our monarch. King Charles’ beloved Sandringham Estate in Norfolk is set to shake up its summer menu, with a range of delicious homemade burgers. Visitors will be able to choose from lamb, beef and venison patties, and will get a side of chips and coleslaw. Crucially, the lamb burgers are accompanied by a creamy tzatziki dip and served in a brioche bun, while the venison includes a fruity mango chutney and the beef a nice ale chutney. While the price – £14.50 – may seem a bit steep for a bit of meat between two bits of bread, the deal also includes a pint of either the Sandringham IPA or Golden Bitter. Can’t choose? There’s also a plate of three mini burgers (one of each flavour) for a slightly higher price of £16.50. Here’s one of the delicious burgers in question (Picture: Bav Media) Charles is a known foodie, having set up the Waitrose Duchy Organic brand as a collaboration between Waitrose and Duchy Originals Limited. He founded the company in 1990 when he was both the Prince of Wales and the Duke of Cornwall. Of the launch, the estate’s restaurant said: ‘Sandringham Farms manage 2,400 hectares of land and eight tenants farm 4,000 hectares. ‘Producing organic meat and a range of crops ensures a quality that remains local and minimises our food miles.’ In April, it was announced that members of the public will now be able to take tours of Balmoral Castle for the first time, as King Charles decided to open access to his Aberdeenshire holiday home. Situated between Ballater and Braemar in the north-east of Scotland, the royal residence will be open to visitors between July 1 and August 4 of this year. Controversially, places on the tours begin at £100, with an option that includes afternoon tea totalling £150 – a premium price to pay for some sandwiches and cake. Previously, the public has been able to amble around the estate for free between April 1 and May 3, which is when the ticketed summer season begins. However, this new tour opens up previously private areas of the vast estate, although with a hefty price tag. Following the announcement of his cancer diagnosis at the start of the year, King Charles returned to work in April for his first public engagement in months. Buckingham Palace revealed His Majesty’s illness back in February following his stay in hospital for an enlarged prostate. The King is still receiving cancer treatment, but visited University College Hospital Macmillan Cancer Centre with his wife, Queen Camilla, during his first week back at work. Do you have a story to share? Get in touch by emailing MetroLifestyleTeam@Metro.co.uk.

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