Central Sydney must have done something very good to deserve the influx of cheap and delicious – and arguably terrible for you – lunch options popping up there lately. First Newtown's rock'n'roll grill masters opened up a takeaway Mary's outlet on an unremarkable stretch of Castlereagh Street. Now Surry Hills' beloved Kiwi burger purveyors, Chur Burger, have opened up an express outlet on O'Connell Street, deep in the heart of the business district.
Prepare to overhaul your weekday lunch with one of the six burgers, six sauces and six extras on the menu, with chili-salted chips and their smashing, vanilla-heavy milkshake on the side. Need iron? Make it a Milo shake. Want a burger first thing? You're in luck. They have four breakfast offerings, including the monster 'breaky beast' with a beef patty, egg, bacon, aioli, tomato jam and barbecue sauce, a veggie brekky burger with mushroom egg and cheese, a bacon and egg burger or a bacon and cheese toastie. Now is the time to invest in stretchy work wear.