The Primo burger is an unstable stack of two Wagyu beef patties, American cheese, crispy bacon, fried onion rings and a jalapeno croquette-like popper. It’s all doused with homemade chipotle mayo and sandwiched between brasserie milk buns. It’s one of the tastiest, sloppiest and most elaborate burgers you’ll find anywhere in Sydney.
As soon as Danno’s owner Daniel Litkoutli and chef Josh Arthurs put the Primo on the menu there was an instant surge in business. Litkoutli says people come from as far as the Central Coast and St Mary’s to get a burger. The chips are beer-battered, twice-fried and caked in sea salt, making them crunchy with fluffy innards.
Arthurs also runs weekly burger specials at Danno’s. In the past, the Big Mick has featured – Arthurs’ take on a Big Mac. The breakfast burger involves double eggs, crispy bacon, homemade barbeque sauce and hash browns. Danno’s also has a breakfast menu that is served all day. There’s and cakes and coffee, too.
The Elvis is a milkshake inspired by The King’s favourite snack: a peanut butter and banana sandwich. Arthurs’ version is chocolatey, intensely thick and pulpy with peanut butter and banana swirls. Like the burgers, it’s a bit ridiculous but creative and delicious.
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