Opened in October 2012, Relish'd Burger Bar prides itself in using all natural, free range and regional produce in their burgers and making their sauces from scratch.
When ordering their burgers, you are given the choice of choosing between white, wholemeal and the Black Nero bun for the bun of the burger. You also have the option of a gluten free bun at an additional cost of $1.50 or go bunless. The Black Nero bun is Relish'd name for a charcoal bun, an unusual bun that is made from edible charcoal.
The beef patty in their Single Six Chilli Burger had a delectable char-grilled flavour with the jalapenos and their chilli sauce giving the burger a delightful spicy hit that was not too spicy. While the single version of the burger was sufficient for our appetite, they also offer double and triple variations of this burger for those that want a bigger burger.
Single Six Chilli Burger (Photographed by Jonathan Phoon)
While the name of the burger suggests that it is made from pork, the Oink Burger is actually a beef burger, with the name referring to the bacon that is included. The beef patty was done as well as the one in their Single Six Chilli Burger with the bacon and caramelized onion adding a delightful smoky flavour. The herb aioli and homemade sauce helped to complete the dish.
Oink Burger (Photographed by Jonathan Phoon)
If you are not in the mood for beef, Relish'd also offer a decent choice of chicken burgers. The BLT Chook burger we chose had a juicy fillet of chicken that was wonderfully partnered with bacon, lettuce and tomato with the herb aioli tying everything together. The chips that we ordered with the burgers were fried to golden brown with fluffy interiors. The chunky style allowed us to taste the potato that they were made with.
BLT Chook Burger (Photographed by Jonathan Phoon)
Other than their burgers, Relish'd also serves hot dogs that uses locally produced premium sausages. The Beach Cruiser Dog we ordered had a delectable smoky taste from the Adelaide Hills wood smoked cheese kransky and chipotle sauce, with the crisp and refreshing coleslaw balancing everything out. It also had a topping of grated cheddar cheese to add a hint of creamy flavour to the hot dog.
Beach Cruiser Dog (Photographed by Jonathan Phoon)
Ambience is what you would expect from a small burger bar, with a decent amount of seating which filled up quickly during the peak dinner hours.