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Published December 21st 2011
Fancy Burger claim their Fancy Burgers will not only satisfy your yearnings for a fabulous burger that creates fantastic sensations for your taste buds to savour, but their burgers are also prepared with healthy ingredients. "Not possible," you say. Well, consider this. All the buns and breads are handmade, baked fresh everyday and contain no preservatives or sugars. The patties are 95% fat free and contain no preservatives and come from our beautiful South Australian countryside.
Fancy Burger offer Beef Burgers, Lamb Burgers, Chicken Burgers as well as high quality Steak Sandwiches, hot potato chips and fancy Hot Dogs with a variety of side dips.
The owner of Fancy Burger, George Fantis has a background in providing quality takeaway foods and excellent customer service. He saw the opportunity to combine South Australia's freshest quality produce and choice gourmet relishes and sauces with a range of grilled foods to create a gourmet burger with exciting flavours. The Fancy Sauces and Dressings are made fresh on the premises using the highest quality locally sourced ingredients.
I have tasted three different meals. First, was the Tru Blu, what a meal. You need a big appetite to finish this Fancy Steak Sandwich, served on thick sourdough bread with tender South Aussie steak, creamy blue cheese sauce, salad and relish. As I eat less red meat nowadays, my choice would be a lighter burger, but as I looked around I could see this burger was the burger of choice for other guys. The flavours were certainly yummy, and the Tru Blu Burger was well worth $11.90.
Second, was the High Flyer, combining juicy breast chicken, Camembert cheese, cranberry sauce, salad and fresh avocado. Again, I enjoyed the fusion of lovely flavours. This meal was more to the size I could appreciate. Cost: $10.90.
Third, was the Veggie Patch, with a fresh field mushroom, chargrilled peppers,creamy blue cheese sauce, salad and relish on a wholemeal seeded bun. This meal was a lighter meal again and I appreciated the taste of the fresh ingredients combined with the sauce and relish. Cost: $9.90.
Only been there once but planning on going back. I had the Chicken Satay burger which was delicious. Plenty of choice for the kids - smaller more suitable portions and priced accordingly. Great to see Fancy Burger adding to the variety in Blackwood - a very welcome addition.