The names of the burgers are as exotic as they look. Apart from the standard classic and cheeseburger, they include a Captain America, Plantzilla, Dirty burger, Hotel California and Holy Smoke, to name a few. Not sure what you are getting? There is a detailed ingredients list with every option.
I chose a "get in my belly". It is slow-roasted pork belly, sesame soy slaw, cos lettuce, sweet pickled cucumber and Asian soy mayo on a brioche bun. At $17.20, it was mid-way on the burger prices which ranged from $14.20 to $19.90. Having been brought up on burgers consisting of a meat pattie, lettuce and tomato, this one certainly 'filled my belly', not to mention my taste buds enjoyment.
Aaron was noticed abandoning his coffee machine on several occasions, carrying a watering can. Rocco's has an extensive alfresco dining area on the wide footpath surrounded by plant displays in planter boxes. That was where the contents of the watering can were going.
There are about ten eateries in this Croydon North shopping precinct, most of them offering speciality fare, but if you are in the mood for a burger experience you won't forget, then rock up to Rocco's.