Burgers, in all their decadent glory and straightforward presentation, have always found a way to satisfy the appetites of hungry foodies and discerning gourmands all around the world. One of the most flexible dishes available, burgers are constantly being improved on to present more and more amazing flavours for the modern palate.
Garnering a firm following since they premiered in 2018, the award-winning Three Buns Quayside by Potato Head Family continues to maintain their strong presence amongst burger-lovers, and this year, they’re taking it another step further. Keeping things fresh and novel, they’re starting the year with a series of brand new burgers that promise to wow even their most loyal of fans.
Carving a name for themselves with a huge variety of house-made sauces and pickles, Three Buns Quayside continues the brand’s approach of making all their burgers from scratch, using only premium cuts of aged vintage Tasmanian beef and freshly baked buns by a local baker with an in-house recipe.
This year, look out for the Sambal Man, a new chilli cheeseburger with a thick seared beef patty, smoky cheddar cheese, and gochujang ketchup, dressed in fragrant and spicy sambal sauce, as well as the extra-indulgent Jason 4 Cheese, a double cheeseburger with two patties and a rich Wookey Hole cave-aged cheddar, VSOP-aged gouda, brie de mieux, and mozzarella four-cheese mix.
Presenting a lighter alternative to their signature Rambo lamb burger, the new Lambdango will delight lamb lovers with its house-made guacamole, caramelised tomato salad, and dash of crème fraiche. For a completely meatless option, go for Fry Me to The Moon, with its Buttermilk fried TiNDLE chicken patty and slice of Tillamook cheddar, dressed in a house-made Korean-style barbecue sauce, three island mayonnaise, hot sauce, and pink onion pickles.
For the uninitiated, the new creations join bestselling highlights at Three Buns, such as the juicy black Angus Da Cheese Master, smoky Smokin’ B-Boy with Applewood cheddar, the flavourful Fun Boy Three, and vegetarian Truffello, a showcase of truffle and Portobello mushrooms.
Think you’ve got a huge appetite? Attempt their Big Huey Challenge for a complimentary meal by simply finishing a seven-patty 1.7kg burger yourself in under 15 minutes!
To find out more about Three Buns Quayside, check out their Faecbook page here.