I have always been a big fan of Neil Perry’s Rockpool burger so when I first heard of Burger Project I knew it was something I defiantly wanted to check out. I like the whole concept of the shop just simple burgers made with great ingredients served in a casual refined fast food atmosphere.
I really like the burger here & I have all ready been back a few times since I first had it and I will no doubt be back again.
Cheese & Bacon $9.50 – Grass fed beef , bacon , cheese, pickles, tomato , lettuce and secret sauce. The meat in the patty is moist and full of flavor cooked slightly rare with some seasoning topped off with cheese & bacon. The salad is fresh and crisp. The only let down I would say is the bun not that it is bad just not up to par with the rest of the burger.
The Korean Burger $8.90- how to make a Korean burger take a regular on and put Kim chi on it interesting combination but it did work well combining two things that don’t normally go together.
Wings large $9.00- the wings come with a hot sauce that I got it separate on the side lucky because when I tried it it was way to hot for me. The wings are OK on there own with a salt & pepper coating but to get the full flavor you need the sauce. Like there chips they are deep fried but not oily.
Chips with sea salt $4.90 – very crunchy and not oily at all
Vanilla Shake $6.50 Burger project make a really great shake too, so good I came back later in the day to get another!
Burger Project – World Square 644 George St