Will Sydney ever shake off its burger fever? Who cares when the options are this enticing?
Tuck into a free-range patty encased in crisp brioche or sample a classic hamburger tricked up with hand-cured pickles and tasty cheese - either way, it’s a culinary shortcut to Route 66.
1/151 Oxford Street
Bar Luca's smaller takeaway joint.
98-104 Parramatta Road
Part motorbike museum, part burger joint.
182 Campbell Street
A dive with a deeply rooted American heritage.
105 Regent St
$8 sustainable, free-range cheeseburgers sandwiched between house made milk buns.
315 Parramatta Road
Home of 'The Truffle' burger, need we say more?
562 Pacific Highway
Australian fast food, treated with care.
58 Elizabeth Street
Mexican inspired burgers washed down with tequila cocktails
66 Hunter Street
It might be a fine dining restaurant, but the burger is everyone's sort of thing.
256 Bulwara Road
PLK’s full-time butcher salts, cures and dry ages meat for the burger patties.
Shop 11.06, World Square 644 George Street
After establishing his burger credentials at Rockpool, Neil Perry went and did this.
225 George Street
Oysters and burgers getting cosy up in here.
170 Missenden Road
Australia's answer to Shake Shack.
Sydney Fish Market Bank Street
Trust a butcher to make a top-notch burger.
115 Regent Street
For beetroot lovers.
48 Albion St
So popular, it's gone interstate.
1346 Building 24 Amelia Street
Made from old family recipes.
22 Challis Avenue
Cheeseburgers might play second fiddle to fish here, but damn they're good.
6 Mary Street
Get your fix of trashcan bacon and rock 'n' roll tunes here or at the second location in the CBD.
124 Walker Street (enter via Berry Street)
Do it like the New Yorkers do with the help of Tomislav Martinovic.
22-23 Manly Wharf
Three words: low and slow.
2/3a Broughton Street
Pair your burger with a Cherry Ripe or Mars Bar shake.
914 Military Road
What is it with fine dining chefs and burgers?
97 Willoughby Road
Order the Bogan Burger, because 'Straya.
Shop 1/78 Glenhaven Road
Worth leaving the inner city for.
144-148 Glenayr Avenue
Where music and meat collide.
312 Oxford Street
Backed by three months of stateside research.
249 Bondi Road
Technically the famous Yeezy burgers are sliders, but whatever.
12 Princess Highway
An Australian institution in Sylvania.
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