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Bite into these Brisbane Burger Joints

12 Jan 2015

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Sometimes the need for a fantastic burger goes beyond hunger – it’s a craving, and one that cannot be satisfied by a Big Mac or a double Whopper with cheese. If the ache for thick juicy burgers with all the trimmings is giving you the shakes, then head out to these top-rated Brisbane burger joints. 

Grilling Art – Stafford Heights

If you want to head to a burger palace, rather than any old burger joint, mark Grilling Art on your map. These guys do more than just dish out an oversized sandwich – they create homemade masterpieces. Choose from their Classic Cheese Burger – which gives you the option of a beef, chicken breast or salmon patty – or go all out with The Art Works. Whatever you’re in the mood for, Grilling Art will not disappoint in flavour, or in price: on their 2014 menu, all burgers came in at under $12! Perfect for the fine dining experience at local pub prices.

Top Tip

Not feeling like standard beef or chicken on your burger? These guys let you swap the listed patty for a veggie or gluten-free patty; however, this does incur an additional fee.

The Laneway – Mary Street

On Mary Street in Brisbane’s CBD, The Laneway is said to offer some of the best Wagyu burgers around. If you’re looking for some bang for your buck, these guys offer some seriously generous servings, so be sure to bring your appetite (or a doggy bag!). With an 89% approval rating on UrbanSpoon, this is another great burger restaurant that should make it to your list. 

DA’Burger – New Farm

With all day parking available on weekends, this restaurant offers fantastic convenience and even more fantastic burgers. These cooks make it a point to source their ingredients from local producers, ensuring freshness with every bite. Looking through their menu, you can see why they’ve received a 91% approval rating on UrbanSpoon: they’ve got a burger for every taste and budget. From the original DA’Burger with a Black Angus beef patty to the Foul Play, which is made with mouth-watering Thai basil marinated chicken, it all sounds too good to be true. We assure you this is no mirage – grab your shoes and head down to DA’Burger and give your taste buds a treat!

Top Tip

Those with gluten intolerances would love to know that DA’Burger offers gluten-free buns at NO extra charge! They also have a specialised menu for the kids if you feel like making it a family affair.

Moo Moo The Wine Bar & Grill – Margaret Street

If you’re looking for a burger joint that truly knows how to cook their steak patties to perfection, head to Moo Moos in Stamford Plaza. With a great, relaxing and laid-back atmosphere, Moo Moos is renowned for their incredible steaks as well as their aged Wagyu, bacon and black pepper aioli burger. Juicy enough to drip down your chin and packed full of flavour, the Dry Aged Wagyu Burger will definitely satisfy all cravings! 

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