Neil Perry has created a Vegemite burger to celebrate the Australian Open

Following a significant makeover for Burger Project venues across Australia, Neil Perry and Rockpool Dining Group are celebrating the Australian Open by partnering up with Vegemite. You know what this means: vegemite burgers; a collaboration between the renowned chef and the iconic Australia spread that may or may not be delicious – on the one hand, it’s Perry, on the other hand, it’s a flipping Vegemite burger.

Still, we are very curious about the prospect of the distinctive spread working with Burger Project’s premium grass-fed Cape Grim beef and fresh-focused produce. If you’re curious too you can grab a Vegemite Burger from the Burger Project pop-up at the Australian Open or at any of the 12 stories across Melbourne, Sydney and Brisbane, from now until January 28th.

“Vegemite is synonymous with our Australian way of life. It’s unique taste, smeared on a soft milk bun, alongside our premium beef patty, mayonnaise, fresh lettuce, tomato and crunchy onions, has resulted in an intense depth of flavour we think burger aficionados will love”, said Perry. “I’m excited to be given the opportunity to collaborate with such an iconic Australian brand and hope it’s enjoyed by all Australians”.

For more information any Burger Project locations head to their official website HERE.


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Chris Singh

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