Mr Burger's Burgers @ Wednesday, December 28, 2016

Friday 9th December

Shortly after the was announced that there was relationship between processed meats (think of the meats on your cheese board) including sausages, they all went down except one. We said goodbye to Snag Stand and hello Mr Burger (there's one uphill on Bourke St btw). They've been around for quite some time, as the only food truck in the city till the pop-up food truck park came along. We first had Mr Burger as part of a NAB event, but now we're back!

Open late Mr Burger is perfect for when you want a good burger at a central location, as Royal Stacks in on Collins towards Southern Cross, and Trailer Park is uphill Bourke St (Parliament) and our favourite Huxtaburger lives down in Flinders Lane. That's the league Mr Burger hangs out with, though Hux our king of burgers.

Mr Burger $10
Beef, cheese, lettuce, tomato, onion, pickle, mustard, mayo and tomato sauce. 

"This is it, the burger that started it all! The classic take on what a burger should be, with freshly ground meat accompanied with cheese, pickles, the perfect combo of sauces and the right amount of greenery."

The classic burger, a soft slightly sweet bun (as most buns are) melts in your mouth with a perfectly cooked patty (though Snaggs Burgers; patty was the best we'e had, up in Geelong) with that melted cheese and the classic combo. Delicious, these are the classic burgers that create the baseline of comparison. 

The mightn't look perfect but they're delicious! This lot comes second to Huxtaburger though they're pretty good when it's 10pm and you don't feel like travelling. We also had chips, at $5 for a regular size they were a bit small. Sauce was extra 50c, which I felt was wrong and should have been free as it wasn't like they had fancy sauces like Grill'd.

What's your favourite burger place?

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