A POPULAR burger chain is set to return to 'where it all started' in the coming weeks, it has been announced.

Hungry Cow is best known for its mouth-watering burgers, wings and loaded fries.

The business first opened in Holywell in 2021 and now has sites in Chester, Colwyn Bay, Prestatyn and Mold.

But before that, founder Christy Goode started Hungry Cow by renting a pub kitchen at the George and Dragon in Flint, as well as at the Cross Foxes in Prestatyn.

Now, it has been confirmed that the business will make a return to Christy's hometown of Flint in the coming weeks.

The team will be setting up an express kitchen at the George and Dragon pub, like the good old days.

And the menu will be available to order on a dine-in, takeaway and delivery basis.


No date has been announced for the return yet, but fans of the business are being urged to keep an eye out for updates.

In a social media post, Hungry Cow wrote: "We are super excited to announce we will be coming back to where it all started in Flint!

"The Hungry Cow team will be taking over the kitchen at the George & Dragon Flint in the next few weeks!

"Operating Dine In, Takeaway & delivery with our new menu to Flint - Holywell - Connah's Quay - Bagillt - Greenfield - Oakenholt & surrounding areas!

"We can’t wait to get back to Flint where it all began & look forward to welcoming customers old & new! Keep an eye on the page for more updates and an official opening date announced soon."