Gloucester hamburger restaurant manager unsure if it will be sold


The manager of a Gloucester burger says he doesn’t know if it will be sold – just two months after its launch.

iGrill opened on August 12 in the Rail Triangle off Metz Way, but it was listed on BusinessesForSale.com last month. The ad has since been deleted.

Kam Roohi, who runs the restaurant, said it was not yet clear whether the owner would sell the business. He added that it will remain open regardless of the owner.



Kam Roohi at iGrill in Gloucester

iGrill offers “authentic stone-and-clay pizzas and burgers,” but Mr Roohi revealed that a new menu, focusing on charcoal-grilled chicken dishes, is expected to launch in March.

He said: “The majority of people who come here don’t necessarily want burgers and pizza. Hopefully customers will be happy.”



Inside the iGrill

Gloucestershire Live posted a negative review of the restaurant in August, but Mr Roohi said improvements have been made since then.

iGrill now uses “Bayo” cardboard take-out boxes, which Roohi says are better for keeping food warm.

He said he was happy with the overall response to the restaurant, which has a five-star rating on Facebook after 32 reviews.

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