Features

kid-friendly
outdoor area
licensed
no reservations
takeaway
Burgers

Warren Burns and James Bradey, owners of Grandma’s, Wild Rover and Wilhelmina’s are behind Burgerhood, which is adjacent to Wilhelmina's.

Nostalgia runs strong here. Every eat-in meal comes with a free cone. If you want more than one, give a gold-coin donation to the local primary school. There's also kid-friendly milkshakes: banana, vanilla, strawberry, peanut butter and Milo.

The Burgerhood classic features a Mary-Rose-like sauce (traditionally served with prawn cocktails), house-pickled red onions and a half-chuck, half-brisket patty filled out with smoked bacon fat, all sandwiched between a potato bun.

The rest of the menu ncludes a fish burger (IPA-battered ling served with a smoked-mussel tartare sauce) and a vegan burger. Burgerhood has found a nut cheese that melts like dairy and settled on a red bean, brown rice and beetroot patty topped with a skordalia (a garlic, almond and potato) sauce.