Thoughtfully sourced produce takes centre stage at Superior Burger. Behind the façade of a regular-looking takeaway shop, you’ll find locally grown vegetables, organic eggs, house-made sauces and dry-aged Hunter Valley beef.
The aim is to reference the former takeaway and convenience-store site, so Superior Burger has kept its 1970s wood-panelled walls and brick bar. The only changes are a purple and yellow neon sign promising the “Best Burgers in the West” and a large photographic mural of the free-range, black-Angus cattle used in the burgers.
Choices include a classic beef burger with beetroot, tomato, caramelised onion, lettuce and a house-made, smoked-barbeque sauce. There’s also a cheeseburger and a chicken burger. Sides include hot-n-sticky chicken wings; old-school beer-battered potato scallops; buttery mash and gravy; and the obligatory fries.
The shop also gas a soft-serve machine, ice-cream sandwiches, milkshakes and strangely, Coors beer on tap.