‘Love at first bite’ promised with the launch of new Thanet business Sexy Burger

Jake and Peter will be serving up Sexy Burgers

Whether you fancy getting ‘Jiggy With It’ or you are more ‘Sweet and Innocent’ there will be something on the menu for you with newly launched Sexy Burger.

Owner Peter Walford, who previously ran The Jolly Farmer in Manston, is promising love at first bite with his new high quality burgers, sides and desserts business.

Customers can pick from a variety of tasty offerings from the Signature Sexy Burger to Sexy on the Beech and the Casanova as well as loaded fries, Sexy Slaw and more.

Peter, who is also known for serving up an excellent pie, mash and liquor, has teamed up with his former head chef Jake Arniszewski to bring something different to the gourmet burger scene.

The dad, from Manston, said: “I had the idea a couple of years ago just before covid but then that came so it had to be put on hold.

“Now restrictions have been lifted and confidence is growing and things are getting back to normal.

“It is based around a Sexy theme with Casanova and Jiggy With It, for example. I got the idea when I went to a restaurant in London that was doing ‘sexy fish.’ It was one of the best restaurants I’d ever been to and I just loved the idea of the Sexy Burger.”

The venture is being launched from the kitchen of St Lawrence Tavern in Ramsgate and will be available in the pub and online with delivery.

Peter says that although there are good top class burger outlets like Please Sir and Room Service in Thanet he believes there is still a gap in the market for his colourful, premium burgers.

He added: “It will all be fresh ingredients, there are gluten-free, vegan and plant-based burgers. All the produce is local and as much as possible is homemade.

“It is something a bit different with the coloured buns and premium ingredients with patties and sauces homemade. It is priced in-line with its premium quality and I think it is worth every penny, people can treat themselves to something that looks, tastes and smells amazing.”

Customers will be able to place their orders via Facebook, email or phone and Peter has his own drivers for delivery. He plans to move onto Just eat and other platforms in time but says the most important thing is to make sure quality and service is always consistent.

Peter, who has more than 25 years catering experience, said: “Consistency is key, it needs to be the same good quality and service each time. People will be able to pay over the phone or on delivery.

“We are in the St Lawrence kitchen and have just had a five star environmental health rating.”

Sexy Burger launches at 4pm tomorrow (March 11) and there will be opening offers.

Find out more on the Sexy Burger facebook page here

Call 07731 989818 or email [email protected]


  1. There seems to be a huge disconnect between IoTN items about Ukranian appeals and pieces about primary school children on the one hand, and the rather pathetic smut which appears all too often.
    Either grow up, boys, or ask an older friend to buy you a stimulating magazine of some sort.

        • I made the observation that on the one hand, there were very grave items about the desperate situation in Ukraine, and efforts by many, including primary school children, to respond to the need; and on the other a series of less than amusing smutty comments by authors of dubious name.

          • You’ve lost me in this conversation, how does sexy burgers link to primary schools, or Ukraine?

            I see no comments concerning this, or from what I remember in the previous pre-deleted comments.

          • Phyllis, if you’ve ever read a newspaper (and I have my doubts), you’ll see sections on politics, entertainment, sport, gossip, finance, TV, travel, cartoons, crosswords, classifieds and readers letters, to name just a few. The Isle Of Thanet News is a newspaper; you just happen to be reading it via some sort of electronic device.

  2. None of the hard copy newspapers I read have smutty innuendo in them.
    I’m pleased to see that Kathy Bailes has removed the offensive items

    • There are plenty, when you look.

      The items are only based upon your opinion, it doesn’t suggest that they are right or wrong.

      Just because you don’t like whatever comments, doesn’t mean others feel the same.

          • And while you are playing the part of God, perhaps you should look at the comments of Marva Rees, on some of these stories, the only person that I have seen using the words “fuc* *ff”

            That’s not offensive at all is it. What an idiot you are. But then, so is Marva.

          • I’m pretty sure I have removed Marva’s f off comments. As I said to Peter, I am not a playground supervisor and there has to be a line somewhere, I’m playing the part of the person who owns the site not God, it is my business and therefore I can make that decision. Surely people can exercise some sort of control when they comment?

          • It’s Kathy’s paper and her rules, but the daft part is that several comments on the food mentioned in the article were removed. Now every comment is off-topic (including this one!).

        • In all the newspapers I have read, I can’t say that I can ever remember the words that Marva uses being printed.

          And I apologise, should have known better; Goddess, not God.

  3. But you don’t usually (if ever)see readers’ letters signed with names such as those of the deleted comments’authors.

  4. Good idea about restricting to one user name.

    I belong to a music forum where they actually insist on real names or variations of (i.e., I call myself “Peter C.”), and it’s the least argumentative site I’ve ever seen!

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