There's no doubt that everyone loves a good burger. With new restaurants and ever-evolving trends popping up every month, we thought we'd round-up the best of the best in Sydney so you can be well-informed next time you want to dig into a juicy burger!
What's better than heading to your local burger restaurant for a feed? Getting it delivered to your door of course! We're all for donning our stretchy pants and indulging in some takeaway in front of a Netflix series or two (#selfcare right?).
It appears that we're not the only ones who do this because according to Deliveroo
https://deliveroo.com.au/, they've sold over 5 million burgers via their delivery service in Sydney.
To celebrate this delicious milestone, they're giving away 2000 free burgers via an 'edible burger wall' in Martin Place tomorrow the 4th of April!
The burger billboard will be open 12 pm - 6 pm and will be filled from Sydney favourites like Mary's, Ume and BL burgers just to name a few.
Our tip is to get in early to not miss out!
Providing the good folk of North Sydney with a much-needed dose of diner-dining, Five Points Burgers does a stellar job of bringing the quintessential Yankee burger to our shores. Oozing with melted cheese and perfectly charred patties, the Bronx burger will transport you to the Big Apple instantly with the experience improved only by the addition of a salted caramel shake.
124 Walker Street, North Sydney
Mary's is all about good music, fun times and great burgers. A well-kept secret amongst locals till the word got out, Mary's menu mantra is quality over quantity. Hands down the hero is the Mary's Burger with beef, cheese, lettuce, tomato, onion and Mary's sauce. Still hungry? Opt for their fries and delicious mashed potato and gravy.
Newtown, Sydney CBD
The Truffe, a burger that has given Mister Gee a foodie-magnetising-reputation, is the one we choose to write home about. With a patty (or three) cooked to perfection, American cheese, caramelised onions, pickles and a secret truffle infused sauce - the exquisite flavour that comes out of a food truck on the side of Parramatta Road is something you must try for yourself, you won’t be disappointed.
315 Parramatta Road, Haberfield
Paul’s Famous Hamburgers
Considered by many to offer the best burger in the country, Paul’s has been churning out burgers since 1957 and for most locals, there is absolutely no reason to go anywhere else. With the beef patty, tomato, cheese, lettuce and onion as your base, you can add toppings at will: we favour beetroot, egg, bacon and pineapple additions which is otherwise known as the works burger.
12a Princes Highway, Sylvania Waters
Purportedly the city’s best burger, Rockpool Bar & Grill’s full blood wagyu burger with bacon, gruyere and zuni pickle is likely the best quality burger you’ll be able to scout in Sydney. Though you may not be accustomed to spending upwards of a tenner on your humble burg, after one humble mouthful you won’t question the price tag, perfectly justifiable we say.
66 Hunter Street, Sydney
Chur Burger’s addictive burgers have been pleasing the masses of chur-obsessed customers with vegetarian and beefy options for those in need of a burger binge. The Chur Beast with double grilled beef, double bacon, double cheese, tomato jam, BBQ sauce and mustard mayo is not one to trifle with, it’s especially dangerous if you team it with a shake.
48 Albion Street, Surry Hills
Juicy patties and generous fillings are a consistent plus from the BL joint – a spinoff little brother of Bar Luca, BL serves the same burgers as it’s inner-city relation including the acclaimed Blame Canada burger. With a BL beef pattie, maple glazed streaky bacon, American cheddar, poutine and maple aioli you’ll discover a new depth of love for Justin Trudeau.
1/151 Oxford Street, Darlinghurst
American Style burgers with an Aussie twist, Belfield’s burgers are adored by Rosebery locals and visitors alike. Their very own Belfield Burger has a beef patty, cheese, lettuce and it rounded out with a dollop of Vegemite Mayo. Talk about patriotism. Sides of tater tots or deep fried mushrooms keep things balanced, while a killer hip-hop soundtrack accompanies your meal.
1/797 Botany Road, Rosebery
Are we breaking the rules here? Too bad. A little different but equally as delicious, the ‘Baoger’ is an offering served by the Belly Bao gods as a heavenly hybrid of bao bun and burger. With a bun made in-house using the gua bao dough, the ingredients create an addictive blend of classic beefy-cheesy comfort and secret-sauce-radish-combo.
184 King Street, Newtown
Not just a charcoal chicken takeaway shop, 'Charlie's' does a mean burger. With 12 different chicken and beef options, there is a tasty burger on the menu for everyone, available at any of their 10 Sydney locations. The crowd favourite is the classic Original Chicken Burger with grilled chicken, lettuce, tomato and onion on a fresh milk bun.
With the mantra, ‘fast food, slow values’, Neil Perry's Burger Project serves up quality burgers, wings, fries and milkshakes. The pièce de résistance is their juicy American cheeseburger with grass-fed beef, pickles, tomato, lettuce and Perry’s secret sauce. For the health conscious you can go bunless
Bondi, Broadway, Circular Quay, Martin Place, Parramatta, World Square
Bare Grill & Café, La Perouse
BenBry Burgers, Dee Why and Manly
Burger Patch, Chatswood
Burgers Anonymous, Darlinghurst
Pub Life Kitchen, Rozelle
Out of the Blue, Clovelly
Royal Stacks, Chatswood
Surly's, Surry Hills
The Horse, Surry Hills
Ume Burger, Barangaroo
Ze Pickle, Surry Hills