Melbournians are as crazy about burger as ever, with several foodies dedicating their entire feed on reviewing burgers. When visiting a friend in Surrey Hills, she suggested on visiting one of her local burger joints, Burger Burger, and I happily obliged.
I went for the slightly indulgent Belmore Bacon, and when the burgers arrived at the table, I was shocked to see how tall the burger was. The 150g wagyu pattie was definitely the star of the show, it was cooked perfectly despite its thickness, and was very satisfying to eat. The other elements, pickles, lettuce, cheese, grilled onions, and the Burger Burger sauce, worked well together, and I was rather impressed by the fact that the brioche bun maintained its shape, considering I squashed it down pretty hard in order to fit the burger into my mouth.
The obligatory side order was fries was perfectly golden, and extremely crunchy, although we were so full from the burgers, we still managed to pick at the fries and finish the entire bowl.
Burger Burger only opened a year and a half ago, and is already very popular amongst the locals, with phone orders and takeaway bags running around the clock, and I can definitely see its appeal. In fact, it is probably one of the best burgers I’ve had to date.
How to get there:
Burger Burger is located on Union Road, a short five minutes walk from Surrey Hills station.