This home grown Australian franchise has grown from a small start to over 120 shops last year. There has been some controversy over staff pay which has all been ironed out now.
The E. St.Kilda property is simply furnished.
Order at the entrance.
There's a choice of buns and of sauces - ketchup, aioli with herbs and a couple of spicy ones, and you can have additions to the burger of your choice. Their menu
includes a few cute names, which have little to do with anything, for example Nourish and Flourish, Mighty Melbourne, Zen Hen.
They also have steak sandwiches and a few other dishes but we came for a hamburger.
This was the simple version.
Mighty Melbourne hid a free range egg, avocado, bacon cheese, beetroot and lettuce.It and the chips were really good. Made excellent by the seasoning, herbs and crisp buns. Not the biggest, not the most stuffed with filling but very tasty.
We have no hesitation in recommending this place for a great hamburger.
Comments Score: 14/20
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