There are so many new burger places that have opened, and the latest is Burganomix, 2/1 Colley Terrace, Glenelg.
Open just five weeks it has prime position overlooking Moseley Square and catering to locals, tourists and beach crowds alike. It’s spacious with funky wooden tables, retro tables and chairs spilling out onto the footpath.
The menu is extensive with sides, salads and a large selection of burgers to choose from, and the drinks list includes a good selection of beer, cider, wine, hot drinks and soft drinks.
From the ‘Quick Fix’ (sides) menu we sampled the onion rings and char-grilled corn. The onion was soft, inside a light and crispy coating. I’m not usually a big fan of onion rings but these were just delicious! And the corn was cut into small pieces, easy to handle, with good charring.
The burger I tried was a ‘Tweety’ burger, which consisted of chicken, rocket, Parmesan, aioli, tomato, Barossa pancetta, free-range egg, and Swiss cheese. I chose a sesame seed bun from the choice of brioche, sesame seed, multigrain or gluten free. This came with a complimentary side of sidewinders (potato).
This burger was massive! With two pieces of chicken, and everything else, I just couldn’t fit it in my mouth! I took out one piece of chicken and managed to take a bite. The bun was firm, and held the ingredients together well. The chicken was moist and tender with the crispy pancetta adding saltiness. The tomato and rocket added freshness to the burger.
Some of the other burgers include ‘Grecco’, a vegetarian burger consisting of grilled mushroom, grilled haloumi, roasted zucchini, roasted eggplant, onion and rocket.
The ‘Wild Western’ consists of hollandaise sauce, onion rings, pancetta, cheese, meat patty, avocado and lettuce.
The ‘Fog horn’ consists of chicken, avocado, Spanish onion, chipotle pepper sauce, Swiss cheese, tomato, lettuce and cucumber.
The ‘Tex Mex’ consists of a meat patty, cheese, chipotle peppers, sour cream, Spanish onion, lettuce, avocado and chutney.
The ‘Kung Fu chook’ consists of chicken, slaw, ketcap manis, coriander and Spanish onion.
Burganomix is also gluten and vegan friendly.
I think with this prime position and great burgers, Burganomix will do well in this beachside suburb.
** I was an invited guest. With thanks to Adelaidefoodcentral and The Adelaide Set.
She Said What said:
Great review! Looks like it’s worth checking out. Thanks.
Thanks. Hope you get along and enjoy it also!