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by Kirsty Wilde (subscribe)
Freelance writer, Social Work & Arts student & traveller based in Perth, Western Australia. Check out my blog at
Published December 16th 2016
The most devilish burgers in town

First of all, anyone who has ever been to Queenstown will know that it is one of the most beautiful places in New Zealand. It boasts a plethora of adrenaline pumping activities, beautiful natural sights, and of course, a wide variety of sensational eateries.

Now we all know that Fergburger is the most popular and famous burger shop in Queenstown, but what you may not know is that this establishment has an (evil?) twin. Located just a short stroll away on the other side of the town centre, nestled away on Church Street, sits Devil Burger. I have it on good authority that the original creators of Fergburger were in fact two men, who ended up fighting over ownership of the company. Eventually they split, and one of the pair went on to open Devil Burger, a place that serves perfect replicas of the tasty treats on offer at Fergburger.

I understand the popularity of Fergburger. I mean, you only have to be walking past to witness the gigantic line of hungry people that curls down the street. But I'm not a person who is willing to wait an hour and a half for a burger. Especially when you can get the exact same thing from a place with no lines, no wait, and a comfortable area to be seated.

I first tried the Devils BBQ chicken burger with a side of onion rings, and I kid you not, it was so good that I actually fought back tears. It was so good that I keep a photo of it on my phone and tell everyone and anyone who is going to New Zealand that they must find this place and experience the delectably devilish flavours of Devil Burger.

Devil Burger
Devil Burger

I'll keep this advice short and sweet- GO TO DEVIL BURGER!
I guarantee you will not be disappointed, and you will probably dream about it for months afterwards.

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Phone: 03 4424 666
Where: Church Street, Queenstown, New Zealand
Cost: $10-$20
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