Mr Burger

Thursday, December 20, 2012
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Mr Burger – Various Locations, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
Burger:
Mr Burger
Serviettes:
1
Dress Code:
Casual
Sleepiness:
5 minutes
Would we recommend:
Definitely
Price:
$9
Summary

Brought to you by Daragh Kan and Myles Munro, their mission statement goes something like “Mr Burger sells burgers. From a truck in Melbourne.” – pretty much self explanatory. Since attending the South by Southwest music festival in Austin, Texas, earlier this year, the guys saw an opportunity to bring the Food Truck revolution to the whole of Melbourne. They’ve setup a semi-permanent location at 93 Therry St, opposite the Queen Victoria Market, but your best best is to check their daily updates on facebook or twitter to find out exactly where you can get a mouthful in our beautiful city. Like their motto, they’ve kept the menu simple; with 2 burgers on offer and fries as an option for a side. We went for their signature Mr Burger which consists of local beef, American cheese, lettuce, onion, pickle, mustard, mayonnaise and tomato sauce.

Comments
“The older I get, the more I seem to be appreciating the simpler things in life. For example, the moment melted cheese hits the hot plate and solidifies, leaving a crispy ring of burnt cheese around a pattie is one of the greatest tastes ever and provides me with immense pleasure. So I was off to a good start, and apart from having to remove the thick spine of the lettuce leaves, it only got better. The bun did its job and the 3 sauces along with the cheese ensured every bite was packed full of flavour and kept the beef extremely juicy. The only way i could think of improving this burger would be by making it a double, but this is me just being greedy.”
“That’s right Melbourne it’s another food truck. And just like Melbourne’s beloved Beat Box Truck this truck is banging out burgers that will give any “place with a front door” a run for their money. Made with heaps of attitude and love for two buns and a piece of meat these gents have researched what it takes to make an epic burger. Packed with heaps of sweet juice and flavour I instantly fell in love with the beef pattie. The oozing American cheese blended with the mayo and mustard was a real killer combo. For a street burger this thing held it’s own and never became a mess, but you wouldn’t know that if you saw our boy D trying to eat this. Chips were good, but could have done without the herb seasoning.”
“Such a terrific example of an all-star American burger. The boys have done a seriously good job in bringing all they learnt from the U.S and packed it between two buns. You’ll know it as soon it’s in your hands, but this burger is so soft and invites you to smash it it as quickly as you can. All of the condiments played a stellar role in supporting the juicily pink beef pattie and it was hard to find any chinks in the burger’s armour. The great thing is that they cater for real burger fans – because sometimes you want a burger to be fresher, on the lighter side (I could’ve eaten two of these), and there are other times you want walk away with a serious meat fix. That’s why it was good to see they’ve got a Mr Meat Burger that has added bacon and all the tasty things that’ll have me back there in no time. Hats off to the lads again and with more and more Melbournians singing their praise I’m sure it won’t be long until they’re changing their name to Sir Burger.”
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9 comments

Looks like a pretty close “homage” to Huxtaburger, wrapped like a Beatbox. Looking forward to tasting it.

Claire ( December 20, 2012 at 12:08 )

They’re at Docklands every Friday night, perfect for myself who works in that area. Will be checking them out this Friday!

Josh ( December 20, 2012 at 12:25 )

so much better than huxtaburger, different to Beatbox though.
I think i smashed it in about 2 mins!

burghead ( December 20, 2012 at 14:49 )

Was kind of like a bigger version of Huxaburger. I’ve tried it twice, disappointed both times, no decent char on the patty and the grind of the meat wasn’t loose enough, it was just a tightly compressed flavourless patty. The cheese is good and the chips were good, but after giving it two chances, I won’t be going back.

Anonymous ( January 3, 2013 at 00:44 )

great burger, but is still prefer my local Babu BarBurger With ‘Big’ Balls on Chapel St Windsor

Anonymous ( January 27, 2013 at 15:38 )

Love these Burgers. One of the best for sure. the cheese is killer.

Kevin Karlberg ( February 6, 2013 at 17:52 )

Just a bit bland for my liking. The patty doesn’t have any kick to it.

Rob ( April 20, 2013 at 12:55 )

The Burger I had at the Vic Market location was soggy, compressed and the meat was under cooked. I think you are having a lend, for $9 I expect much better.

Neil ( May 26, 2013 at 22:57 )

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