Kayter Con introduce Golden Gaytime Burgers to Australia

Known for their intentionally over-the-top desserts, Sydney based food truck Kayter con have officially tapped into the “do seriously anything with Golden Gaytimes” trend that’s been popping up every so often across Australia. Their contribution: Golden Gaytime Burgers. With an ever-changing menu constantly churning out the likes of deep fried oreos and candy coated banana splits, Kayter con have decided that these freakish burgers deserve to be in the spotlight right now, and we’re quite sure no one is going to be disagreeing with them.

Throughout the past few months we’ve seen the likes of Golden Gaytime milkshakes and doughnuts pop up in restaurants and diners, we’ve even seen official retail products mash the beloved Streets ice cream with other favourites. This one is a bit different, and frankly it’s surprising that no one thought of such a thing sooner.

Kayter con have dug into Sydney’s wild, undying burger craze and taken it to its next logical level, presenting a Golden Gaytime in a soft burger bun that looks like it has been doused in caramel sauce. It’s simple, it’s slightly sickening, but there’s little doubt that these will be snatched up very quickly.

The menu Kayter con have offered with these burgers also includes said fried oreos and what they are calling unicorn sparkle fart donuts, just in case the Golden Gaytime Burgers weren’t enough for you (what is wrong with you?). Different chocolate drinks will also be available as Kayter con debut this new menu this weekend at Bella Vista Farm for Park Feast.

Park Feast runs across Saturday 12th and Sunday 13th November from 11am-10pm each day, with free entry to the grounds, which will be full of boutique markets, various food trucks, amusements rides, and live music. More info about the event can be found HERE.

You can also check out Kayter con on their Facebook page HERE.

Image: Kayter con.


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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.