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Take a look inside Newbury's GBK before it opens next week

NewburyToday takes a 360 guided tour

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Take a look inside Newbury's GBK before it opens next week

HERE’S a sneak peek inside the new burger restaurant opening in Newbury next week.

Gourmet Burger Kitchen, situated in the Market Place, will be officially opening its doors on Monday, April 10.

The restaurant invited representatives from local businesses along to a launch event last night.

We captured this 360 degree virtual image so our readers can see for themselves what it looks like.

Click on the NWN heart to move around the restaurant. You can double click to expand to full screen and scroll around using your cursor or finger.

 

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  • zmjrc

    07/04/2017 - 11:11

    Another over-rated, over-priced chain for Newbury..

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    • Bombey

      07/04/2017 - 16:04

      Luckily, patronage isn't obligatory.

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  • Newburychap

    06/04/2017 - 23:11

    Was emailed rather unprofessionaly by the manager caroline to arrange an interview, who then never got back to me, or replied to my emails can't help but notice a bit of an unbalanced male to female ratio as well!

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  • rooter37

    06/04/2017 - 17:05

    I do like a burger, but the one and only time i ate at a GBK i left underwhelmed, over charged and generally disappointed. I for one will wait for the one next to Griffins to open for my over priced burger fix.

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  • Spikey71

    06/04/2017 - 14:02

    my question is are the staff local from newbury cos i have not seen the ones in the pics around newbury before. think its about time also that newbury town council and wbc stop giving thumbs up for these food chains and start getting shops open. soon every building in the town will become newsagents and food places.

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