In a brand new restaurant towards the square at Arkaden is Skiens first specialized burger restaurant. Opened by the restauranteurs behind Strøm Mat & Bar and Jacob & Gabriel, with chef Harald Taraldlien, Burglar focuses on simple and pure flavours, with everything made from scratch with loads of passion! The meat is ground in house, and the buns are locally made from Burglars recepie.
Burglar also serves differend sides and small dishes, from fries with egg and bacon for a hearty breakfast to milkshakes made from good produce from scratch, everyone can find something that fits!
The burgers and sides can be enjoyed as take away, or in the restaurant that is open from lunch until late. If the occation is a night out with friends, a calm lunsj with your collegues or an evening with a dream date, burger is always a good choice!
Welcome to Burglar!
|Open New Year|
|Season (1 Jan 2019 - 31 Dec 2019)|
|Monday - Thursday||11:00||- 23:00|
|Friday - Saturday||11:00||- 01:00|
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