Located in Glenelg, BurgAnomix is a burger joint that takes pride in sourcing high quality ingredients to produce the burgers served at the restaurant. The place is very popular with the locals during the peak dinner hours so you may want to reserve a table. All of their burgers can be made with your choice of a brioche or wholemeal bun with a bit of an extra cost for a gluten-free bun.
The B Lee is an interesting Asian take of the pulled pork burgers that are popular in burger joints in Adelaide. Ketcap manis, an Indonesian sweet soy sauce with a rich caramel flavour is used as the sauce for this burger. The pork was juicy with the ketcap manis giving the burger a delectable sweet-savoury flavour with a bit of freshness provided by the coleslaw and cucumber.
B Lee (Photographed by Jonathan Phoon)
One of the seafood burgers available at BurgAnomix, their Nemo burger had crumbed fillets of barramundi with a crisp golden brown coating that contrasted well with the fish. The additional topping of rocket leaves help to give the burger a slight peppery taste with the creamy aioli balancing everything out.
Nemo (Photographed by Jonathan Phoon)
The grilled chicken fillet in their Fog Horn burger was cooked just right with the avocado and Swiss cheese complementing it nicely. The chipotle pepper sauce gave the dish a delicious smoky flavour though we thought it could use another layer of stronger flavour to make the burger yummier.
Fog Horn (Photographed by Jonathan Phoon)
As a burger joint which is said to source the finest quality beef for its beef burgers, it lived up to its reputation with the Tex-Mex burger, which had a delectable and juicy beef patty. The topping of chipotle peppers and chutney helped to give the burger a delicious Mexican flavour with the sour cream tying everything together.
Tex-Mex (Photographed by Jonathan Phoon)
To accompany your burgers, you can choose from among a decent selection of side dishes. The Sidewinders, Sweet Potato Chips and Tempura Onion Rings we chose were all fried to golden brown. The Sweet Potato Chips had the slightly sweet flavour we expected and the moreish taste of the Onion Rings made it hard to stop at just eating one. We thought the consistency of the aioli accompanying the sides was a bit too thick however.
Tempura Onion Rings (Photographed by Jonathan Phoon)
Sweet Potato Chips (Photographed by Jonathan Phoon)
Sidewinders (Photographed by Jonathan Phoon)
Despite the large crowd, ambience of the restaurant was still pretty good with a good amount of seating space. We were able to get a deal from Scoopon that allows us to enjoy $80 worth of food for only $36.