Burger Watch: BL Burgers channel Vivid Sydney for “Got a Light?”

Welcome to Burger Watch, where we acknowledge the constant creativity bursting from all sides of the epic burger wave that regularly sweeps Australia. The highest-of-high demand is reserved for this timeless food staple and just about every interpretation of it, whether it to be an over-the-top glutton-fest or a focus on simple burgers done well. We acknowledge that it’s not just enough to compile a list of the best burger joints for each city, because we all know the cream of the crop have space on their menu for revolving specials. That’s why every now and then we’ll be paying close attention to some of the absolute best burger joints across the country and picking limited edition specials we feel you need in your life, so you’ll never have to miss out again.

Well they’ve done it again, to absolutely no one’s surprise. I know we feature BL Burgers a little bit too much but how can we not when they’re coming up with brilliance like this. Their latest weekly special dips into the heart of the currently running Vivid Sydney and re-emerges with the “Got a Light?”, a colourful burger that illuminates the impact the festival has every year on food vendors across the city.

You might want to grab a few tissues because this description is going to have you drooling all over the place:

The “Got a Light?” burger features one of BL’s signature beef patties, American cheese, streaky bacon, pickle mustard, caramelised onion, and a frikkin’ fried neon cheese pattie, all on a rainbow bun. Though the burger will only be available, for $18, in limited numbers each day from now until next week. See below for availability.

Bar Luca Sydney: Monday 5th – Saturday 10th June
BL Burgers Darlinghurst: Monday 5th – Sunday 11th June
BL Burgers Parramatta: Monday 5th – Sunday 11th June
BL Burgers Bech Road (Bondi): Wednesday 7th – Sunday 11th June

For all location details head to the BL Burgers website HERE.

Image: BL Burgers


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Chris Singh

Chris Singh is an Editor-At-Large at the AU review, loves writing about travel and hospitality, and is partial to a perfectly textured octopus. You can reach him on Instagram: @chrisdsingh.