Since our last visit, Burgertec has moved down the road to Kidman Park. The new location is notably bigger, making it more comfortable for those that decide to dine in. Their menu has also undergone a slight expansion, with hot dogs and loaded fries added to the range of dishes available.
One of the new additions to the menu, the sausage in their Korean Cowboy had a lovely smoky taste, and the shredded pork added a meaty texture to the dish. Kimchi and Gochujang mayonnaise imparted a spicy taste, which was balanced by the fresh coleslaw. A scattering of fried shallots completed the dish.
Korean Cowboy (Photographed by Jonathan Phoon)
One of their Southern fried chicken burgers, the chicken in the Hot and Thai-sty Burger was cooked just right and partnered well by crunchy coleslaw. The use of Sriracha sauce in the burger gave it a spicier taste compared to the Korean Cowboy but it should still be suitable for most palates. This was one of our favourite burgers and we are happy to see that it is still on the menu.
Hot and Thai-sty Burger (Photographed by Jonathan Phoon)
A good choice for vegetarians, the Farmer George Burger had a panko crumbed mushroom that was juicy, and roasted capsicum to give a slightly sweet taste to the burger. Caramelised onions gave a hint of smokiness to the burger and the baby spinach provided an element of freshness. Though the burger included cheese, its creaminess was not too strong and did not overpower the other ingredients.
Looking very much like their normal counterpart, the Boneless Chicken Wings was succulent with a crisp coating. The buffalo sauce we chose as a dipping sauce lived up to its name with a potent spicy punch. It also had a hint of sourness.
Boneless Chicken Wings (Photographed by Jonathan Phoon)
Some of the tables at the restaurant have PlayStation and Nintendo consoles set up to entertain customers while they wait for their dishes to be served. Parking isn't a problem as the complex the restaurant is located in offers off-street parking.