Grill’d

Monday, January 25, 2010
Grill’d – 217 Glenferrie Rd, Malvern, Victoria, Australia
Burger:
Mighty Melbourne (without beetroot)
Serviettes:
3
Dress Code:
Casual
Sleepiness:
10 minutes
Would we recommend:
Definitely
Price:
$11.90
Summary

Your “Go To” burger. 95% Fat Free beef patties that still remain incredibly juicy. Organic lettuce, Tomato, Onion, Tasty Cheese, Trim Bacon topped with a Free Range Egg.

Comments
“Becoming a Melbourne icon, this burger franchise is on the money with something you’d be happy to eat every week. If I were to pick on anything… there should be more cheese and it should be melted on top of the beef patty.”
“Friendly, fun environment to eat a burger, don’t feel bloated after eating and the chips are amazing. Watching the girls prepare the burger behind the glass is like a sneak peak into heaven.”
“One of the best burgers a franchise can offer. With a well sized beef patty that is not too overcooked and is seasoned close to perfection. Great choice of buns – I went for the Traditional. Good ratio of Bacon, Lettuce, Cheese and Mayo.”
“This is insane! Almost flawless. The meat and herbed mayo are a stroke of genius.
I’m pretty much in love.”

2 comments

Heaven on a bun!!!

Anonymous ( February 11, 2011 at 11:47 )

Of all the gourmet franchise chains I would rate Grill’d the best by a mile. Great flavour, fresh ingredients and the staff are friendly and obloging.Urban Burger was good at the start but that has fallen off and seems different every time you go nowadays, no consistency.

When I first went to Burger Edge a few years back at Crown and QV when I worked in the CBD I thought I had died and gone to heaven. Their Burgers were fantastic ,great size, great taste and the bread always fresh. But that’s gone the way of Urban Burger too but even worse. Some of their original shops have shut and other original ones like Yarraville and Moonee Ponds out my way have gone to rack and ruin and are outright dirty while the burgers are nothing like they use to be. I am told the original owners of the chain have sold out and its never been the same since

No in terms of the chains Grill’d leaves the rest for dead and I try to get to their one in Yarraville at least once a week normally a Thursday or Friday night on the way home. Its usually packed while my old Burger Edge across the street is the exact opposite

Felix ( January 12, 2014 at 16:40 )

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