Feast your eyes on this Christmas burger - complete with sprouts and roasted spuds

PUBLISHED: 12:30 05 December 2019 | UPDATED: 14:52 05 December 2019

The Bah Hamburger at Fynn Valley Cafe Terrace  Picture: Gary Dodd Photography

The Bah Hamburger at Fynn Valley Cafe Terrace Picture: Gary Dodd Photography

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The gourmet patty is part of the new seasonal menu at a popular Suffolk golf club.

A popular restaurant on the outskirts of Ipswich has just launched a huge festive burger.

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Head chef Daniel Puddle of Fynn Valley Cafe Terrace, which opened last April, is delighted with his creation, the Bah Humburger. Priced at £11, it comes loaded with turkey, cranberry sauce, stuffing, Brussels sprouts and a roast potato hash - all served inside a bun (with a sprout on top). It comes with skinny fries and gravy, with the entire burger made from scratch using the freshest local ingredients.

The burger forms part of the winter menu at the cafe, part of Fynn Valley Golf Club, with Daniel having joined the kitchen in the summer, transforming the food offering to include interesting breakfasts and brunches, small plates and more substantial bites.

Other treats to try include Suffolk rarebit, made with the cafe's own label beer, a feel good salad, cheese and ham ploughman's, and halloumi fries with chipotle. The cafe is family friendly, with a menu for children, and is open every day from 9am to 5pm.

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