Neil Perry’s Burger Project
No matter how many burger spots we have in Brisbane, the announcement of a new one still gets us a little hot under the collar with excitement – especially when its Neil Perry’s Burger Project. The renowned chef has brought high-quality low-cost burgs to South Bank’s Southpoint precinct, with Burger Projects already established in New South Wales and Victoria. The menu features 14 burgers filled with either 36-month grass-fed Cape Grim beef, free-range Lilydale chicken or mushroom. Chips come with your choice of salt and sauce, and you can accompany your meal with a shake, thickshake, house-made soda or ice-tea, beer or wine, followed by a drool-worthy selection of ice-cream sundaes. As an extra bonus, Burger Project uses all natural locally sourced ingredients, its beef is cut, minced and rolled into patties by hand daily, its ice-cream churned in house each day, and it has strong sustainable practices, adopting the mantra of ‘fast food, slow-food values’. Burgers you can feel good about! Southpoint is just the first of many Burger Projects coming to Queensland – look out for a second location on Edward Street in Brisbane City in April/May this year.