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Published on December 29th, 2015

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Burger Reviews

Grill’d (Norwood)
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An all time fave, Grill’d pleases all kinds of appetites with their extensive menu to choose from. It almost makes it too difficult to only pick one. The always popular Grill’d does not disappoint on taste but does however get a little messy. It is a comfy dining experience with a buzzing atmosphere extending from The Parade. It’s great for date nights as long as you don’t mind sauce dripping down your face and hands. So on that note maybe stay clear until you secure a second date!

Best Burger: Baa Baa Burger


Fancy Burger (Kensington Park)
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The cool and industrial feel of Fancy Burger instantly gives a welcoming vibe, and the SA owned and operated bar, does not disappoint. The menu offers something to cater for all appetites whether you’re feeling beef, chicken, lamb, steak or even veggie. The burgers are big and packed full with flavour, sure to hit that lunchtime hunger. Flash your student ID card and you’ll also receive a sweet discount off your meal. Great burgers and a discount what more could you want?

Best Burger: Chicken Delight


Burgastronomy (North Adelaide)
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If you’re looking for a quick burger fix, Burgastronomy will deliver. It is a small bar with only a select few burgers to choose from but what it doesn’t have in size, it makes up for in quality. This funky place is situated on the busy O’Connell Street with a constant revolving door of customers looking to ease their burger cravings. The burgers are a comfortable size (ones you can actually fit in your mouth) and full of flavour. The simple menu will please the fussiest of eaters and accommodate those after a veggie burger too.

Best Burger: Signature


Burger Theory (Union Street, Adelaide)
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Starting out as a food truck, Burger Theory has found itself a permanent residence on Union Street, just off of Rundle Street, catering for your burger needs. The American burger bar theme has an easy and laidback vibe ideal for a visit in between uni classes. The service is quick and the taste is delicious. The burgers are reasonably priced and there are plenty of options to add chips, soft drinks, juices, milkshakes and beers to your order. Make sure you try their signature ‘Truck Sauce’ too; it has a tasty tangy flavour to go perfectly with your side of chips.

Best Burger: Pearl’s Cheeseburger

Words by Eliza Oatway

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