6 Best Burgers in Sydney

Nothing screams ‘naughty’ like a really good burger. It is the one dish that can satisfy the deepest cravings of all foodies. We may say we want to eat healthily, but secretly, it’s what’s inside the burger that counts; juicy beef patty, the perfect combination of veggies and cheese accompanied by sweet caramelised onions with delectable sauces (if you’re not Paleo)

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Who doesn’t like burgers? But who makes them the best in town? Everyone has their own opinion on where serves up the most scrumptious patties between buns – so I have provided you with some options for you to choose from next time you hankering for a big, fat tasty burger!

If you are a burger lover, there is a pretty good chance that you will love this article. In Sydney, delicious burgers can be found at many different types of restaurants from fast food burger joints to high-end dining spots. 

Here are 6 of the best burgers Sydney has to offer:

1.   Burger Project – Adelphi Street, Waterloo 

Say hello to your new favourite burger! This restaurant only uses the freshest local ingredients and everything is handmade right down to their buns which they bake themselves using an old family recipe handed down through the generations.

Their signature patty consists of a blend of wagyu beef and ground chuck steak combined with melted gruyere cheese, caramelised onions and aioli and is served with a heap of crispy house cut chips.

2.   MEATMission – The Galeries, Sydney 

Located in The Galeries food court, this place is well known for its massive burgers that have been featured on travel shows as being one of the biggest burgers ever made! They have a huge selection of beef, chicken and vegetarian patties to choose from as well as an extensive drinks menu that includes beer on tap, wine and cocktails.

Their house speciality is The Mission where you have a choice of any 2 sliders or 1 slider and a side which works out to be great value for money considering all their burgers are around $10 each!

3.   Mary’s Burger Shack – Newtown, Alexandria and Bondi

This is a food truck that sets up in different locations around Sydney. They serve delicious gourmet burgers with an extensive range of toppings to choose from which can all be washed down with a cold beer.

Their most popular burger, the Mary Burger, is made using 100% grass-fed black Angus beef combined with grilled onion, pickles, American cheese and a secret sauce that give this burger a great flavour!

4.   The Tuckshop – Leichhardt , Rosebery

The menu at the tuckshop changes daily due to them only serving fresh produce direct from local markets each morning so you’ll always be getting something new and exciting every time you go there!

All their meat is freshly ground at their Leichhardt store using juicy cuts of chuck steak combined with melted cheese, lettuce, tomato, pickles and an incredible house-made sauce.

5.   BurgerApp – Central Park, Macquarie Park

If you are looking for great-tasting burgers that are delicious yet healthy then this is the place to go! All their ingredients are organic and non-GMO while they also offer vegan-friendly options which can be served either in a traditional burger style bun or wrapped in lettuce leaves instead if preferred.

Their classic beef patties are cooked to perfection without any oil or cooking fat dripping off them leaving the majority of their customers feeling satisfied yet guilt-free after eating one!

6.   Mary’s  – Oxford Street Darlinghurst

Mary’s bright yellow door with their famous cow mural on it will lure you inside to their grungy yet homely decorated interior.

An Australian burger bar serving up some of the most amazing burgers in town – I recommend you try either the Wagyu beef Angus cheeseburger in a Mary basket (a massive serve in a deep-fried bun along with herbed fries and slaw) or if you’re feeling adventurous, go for Friends of Mine (featuring bacon, brie cheese, caramelised onion, tomato chutney and rocket).

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