Following the success of their first branch at Churchill Centre, Sabroso Burgers opened a second branch at the Gepps Cross Homemaker Centre. The menu at this branch is largely similar to the one at Churchill Centre.
Sabroso is one of the few places that we are aware of where Fish Burgers are available. The fish fillets were of a generous size and the firm flesh were nicely set off by the crisp batter coating. Lettuce added an element of freshness and the tartare sauce gave a tangy flavour to the burger. Customers can choose between fries or a drink to accompany the burger.
Fish Burger (Photographed by Jonathan Phoon)
The beef patty that we chose for the Greek Burger proved to be as good as the one at Churchill Centre branch. It was juicy with a good amount of char-grilled flavour. Roasted eggplant imparted an earthy taste to the burger, which was balanced out by the sweetness of the semi-dried tomatoes. We also liked that the burger bun used in the dish was slightly toasted to add a bit of crispness.
Greek Burger (Photographed by Jonathan Phoon)
A new addition to the menu, their Hot Dog had a sausage with a smoky flavour. A variety of condiments were available at each table for customers to enhance the taste of their dish. The size of the dish makes it perfect for children and those looking for a snack.
Hot Dog (Photographed by Jonathan Phoon)
Despite its small size, the restaurant is surprisingly roomy with the decor giving it a relaxed and casual feel. Its location makes it convenient for visitors at the Gepps Cross Homemaker Centre to grab a delicious meal before or after they have finished shopping.