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Monaco Restaurant Group has opened a fast-food outlet in Monaco. Grubers, at 16-18 rue Princess Caroline, in the heart of the Condamine, serves an innovative menu, which includes a total of four pure beef burgers, with a variety of surprising flavours thanks to the judicious use of spices and condiments: Classic, Truffle, Jalapeno and Cheese & Bacon.
Its owners claim that the distinctiveness and originality of this addition to the Principality’s culinary scene is found in the fact that burgers made at Grubers – that’s burgers in verlan – are tender, juicy and tasty, served on handmade artisanal bread with a unique, creamy sauce to enhance the flavour of the meat, while their oven-baked chips, which contain less than eight percent fat, are as healthy as tasty.
As with previous ventures, the Group turned to the Humbert & Poyet agency to help reflect the company’s commitment in the space and architectural details of the restaurant. The furnishings give the restaurant warmth, with a look that combines simplicity, boldness and timeless appeal.
The Giraudi family’s experience in the meat sector led the company to open its first restaurant, Beefbar, in Monaco in 2005. The Monaco Restaurant Group currently has seven restaurants in the Principality and abroad.
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