Joseph Nguyen, Nader Zaki and Van Armota are three Western Sydney corporates who were sick of driving all over Sydney to get a good burger and decided to bring them closer to home. Expect a large queue at their American diner–themed food truck.
The burgers are very much within current American-style trends. Holy Heffa hasn’t gone down the overly extravagant road but it’s not serving minimalist cheeseburgers either.
The menu changes regularly, with a different milkshake, special and topping for fries each week. A popular special is the Homeboy Heffa, a textural and sweet mix of maple-glazed bacon, American cheese, onion rings, jalapeños, gravy, smoke barbecue sauce and mayo, served with a mango-Weis milkshake and fries topped with cheese sauce, bacon and paprika.
Holy Heffa occasionally changes locations, but the regular jig is Friday to Saturday at Edensor Park car park, suited up with milk crates, palette tables and beats.
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