Now you can get those tasty, trim, salad-packed burgers smack in the middle of the CBD – Grill'd is open for business at the Galeries on George Street
Grill’d is a pretty angelic choice if you’re going burger-ways. They don’t add sugar to their buns, they're gluten-free-friendly and they’ve devised a clever new ‘superbun’ – a lower-carbohydrate option for sandwiching all that grass-fed and free-range beef and lamb burger goodness. The veggie burger patties are gluten-free and vegan, and no burger goes short of plenty of fresh stuff – bursting with salad bits like mesclun lettuce, avocado, beetroot, coriander or pomegranate and mild wasabi slaw.
Burgers come in all sorts of meaty variations (there's grass-fed lean beef and lean lamb, plus super-trim chicken), as well as non-boring veggie options. Ever thought of a burger joint as a safe bet for a light lunch? They'll keep your calorie budget happy here with salads that are filling enough not to need to go on the side of anything – take the chicken, pomegranate and goats cheese for example. Grilled chicken breast, black and white quinoa, Meredith Dairy goats cheese, pomegranate, almonds, mesclun, raspberry and poppy seed dressing is a flavour bomb wearing angel's wings.
The all-Aussie burger crew have been collaborating with Sydney artist Lauren Webster for their brand-spankin' new flagship eatery at the Galeries. That involved Webster creating live art on a 20x4m blank canvas on the exterior of the yet-to-open new Grill’d, bringing it to colourful, illustrative life over four days leading up to the opening. A specialist painter and drawer, Webster has hosted shows across Sydney, Melbourne, Adelaide and Paris, and her nature themes are right on point with Grill’d’s paddock-to-plate philosophy.
|Venue name:||Grill'd - The Galeries||Contact:|
Lvl 1, 500 George St
|Opening hours:||Mon-Thu, Sun 11am-10pm; Fri, Sat 11am-11pm|