No matter how many salads we make, or how often we tell ourselves our reheated leftovers still taste good, all anybody ever wants for lunch is a burger. An indulgent, gooey, cheesy burger is the ultimate midday meal, especially when it’ll only cost you a couple of dollars. So cancel your lunch plans for tomorrow because Burger Project is slinging $5 cheeseburgers all day!
The burger chain is celebrating its 5th birthday with $5 cheeseburgers in all of its stores across Sydney and Melbourne tomorrow only — Tuesday, October 29.[related_articles]78568,76774,70117[/related_articles]
Sydneysiders can head to World Square, MLC Centre, Gateway Circular Quay, Broadway Shopping Centre, Bondi Junction and Grosvenor Place any time between 11am and 9pm to get the deal.
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If you’re in Melbourne, get yourselves to St Collins Lane, Chadstone Shopping Centre or Bourke Street to grab the bargain — the Chadstone store shuts at 8pm, but otherwise the opening hours are the same.
A cheap burger is always good news, but a cheap Burger Project burg is a gift. Neil Perry’s luxe take on the comfort food fave layers a Cape Grim beef patty with pickles, onion, mustard and cheese, tops the whole thing with a secret sauce and puts the whole thing between two soft milk buns. It’s one of the most indulgent cheeseburgers you’ll have, but it’s still got juuuust the right amount of greasy goodness to keep your soul happy.
And any chance to get one for $5 (less than half price) is a bloody good excuse to skip down on your lunch break.[related_articles]78712,78195,74149[/related_articles]
You can pick up one, splurge on a couple or check out the rest of the Burger Project menu while you’re there — there’s also a chicken burger, a veggie patty made with crumbed mushroom and a whole heap of shakes and desserts.
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Alana is the staff writer on AWOL who thinks the best way to travel is by taking spontaneous detours and stopping at every local bakery to try the cakes. She writes a lot about Australian TV, Big Things, cursed food, and theme parks. You can follow her on Instagram @alana.dotcom. It’s mostly dogs she meets along the way.