outdoor area
no reservations

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.