Recently opened in Adelaide Central Market, The Burgery takes pride in using produce sourced from the market itself and regional South Australia in its range of burgers. Those who cannot eat gluten products need not worry about missing out as for a bit of an extra cost you can have a gluten free bun.
One of the few burger joints that offers fish burgers, the panko crumbed fish fillet in their Fish Burger had a wonderful crisp coating that set off the perfectly cooked flesh nicely. The tangy taste of the pickled fennel and zucchini were great partners to the fish, and the dill mayonnaise brought everything together.
Fish Burger (Photographed by Jonathan Phoon)
We were delighted by the generous portion of juicy pulled pork in their Pork Burger as some burger places can be a bit light on the amount of pork. The Asian coleslaw complemented the flavour of the pulled pork and provided a bit of contrast with its crisp texture.
Pork Burger (Photographed by Jonathan Phoon)
The use of buttermilk fried chicken in their Fried Chook Burger gave the burger its succulent flavour with the chipotle slaw adding a creamy flavour with a bit of spice. One of the notable things about the burger is the use of two pieces of chicken as opposed to one, making it extra filling.
Fried Chook Burger (Photographed by Jonathan Phoon)
To accompany our burgers we decided to order the Waffle Chips and Sweet Potato Fries. The Waffle Chips had the same excellent quality as 127 Days'
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Waffle Chips and Sweet Potato Fries (Photographed by Jonathan Phoon)
Aside from the burgers you see at most burger joints, The Burgery also serves a range of breakfast-style burgers from 8am to 11am. If you have a craving for burgers while wandering around Central Market, consider giving The Burgery a try.
(Photographed by Jonathan Phoon)