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Burger Club, Churchill Centre

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by Jonathan Phoon (subscribe)
I love trying new food and new restaurants. My other passions are Origami and Pokémon
Published February 10th 2015
Update February 8th 2019
The restaurant at Mawson Lakes is no longer trading.

Update October 5th 2016
Visit the one at Mawson Lakes.

Update October 5th 2016
This restaurant is closed.

International burgers
First opened at Mawson Lakes, Burger Club has since expanded its business by opening a branch at the Churchill Centre at Kilburn. Ordering here is unique in that instead of picking a specific type of burger, you pick the accompanying filling first, referred to as "countries", before you pick your desired type of burger. This allows you to choose your favourite filling without being constrained by the patty type.

The burgers are of a generous size which can be shared with a friend if you do not have the appetite to eat one by yourself. For both of the burgers we ordered, we chose the beef patty which was juicy and cooked to perfection. While we would like the pineapple slices in the Hawaiian Club to be a bit bigger, the bacon and pineapple still was a good complement to the beef patty and the BBQ sauce and aioli helped to bring out its flavour.

Burger Club, Hawaiian Club, Adelaide
Hawaiian Club

The Philly Club had a generous mixture of mushrooms and caramelised onions topping the beef patty to give it extra juiciness and flavour and the accompanying relish complemented the other ingredients perfectly. To accompany your meal, you can choose between Steak Fries, Sweet Potato Chips or Waffle Chips which I presume to be similar to the #Tags served at 127 Days. Although it is not as golden brown as I had hoped, the Steak Fries were still perfectly cooked with just the right amount of salt to round out its flavour without making it too salty.

Burger Club, Philly Club, Adelaide
Philly Club

Burger Club, Steak Fries, Adelaide
Steak Fries

One of the unique drinks you can choose here is Bionade, a range of non-alcoholic German drinks made from malted barley, the same ingredient use to produce beer. Bionade is also notable in that the ingredients used to produce it are organic. It helped to balance out the flavour of the burgers we ordered, with a slight sweetness from the elderberry and lychee flavouring in the drinks we chose.

Burger Club is a nice place to hang out with friends with ample parking in front, and shopping at Churchill Centre. Stores at Churchill Centre include Coles, KMart and Dick Smith.

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When: 10am – 9pm
Phone: 08 8260 5770
Where: Churchill Centre, 400 Churchill Road, Kilburn, SA 5084
Cost: About $13 per burger.
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Great find Jonathan
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