Neil Perry’s burger project opens in Melbourne Central this week

Continuing the swift roll out of Neil Perry’s popular Burger Project chain, the celebrated fine dining chef has officially announced a big expansion in Melbourne, giving the city it’s third outlet as the brand opens this week at Melbourne Central. The shop will be located on the ground floor of the LaTrobe Street shopping centre from Friday 24th March, pumping out this house-made gourmet burgers that has so far seen Burger Project become a major name in the world of fast-casual in Australia.

This marks the group’s tenth Burger Project in Australia, and one of the brand’s largest venues with seating for around 100 customers. The sleek and polished interior will be consistent from the other Burger Project venues while the menu remains the same with 14 house-made burgers highlighting quality produce like 36-month, grass-fed Cape Grim beef from Tasmania and free-range Lilydale chicken.

“Expansion in Melbourne has been in our sights for some time”, said Perry. “Melbourne Central is such a prime location, with thousands of workers, shoppers and residents passing by every day”.

Burger Project Melbourne Central

Address: Shop 0E2, Melbourne Central, Ground Floor, 211 Latrobe Street, Melbourne
Hours: Mon-Sat 11am-9pm

Image supplied.


This content has recently been ported from its original home on The AU Review: Food & Lifestyle and may have formatting errors – images may not be showing up, or duplicated, and galleries may not be working. We are slowly fixing these issue. If you spot any major malfunctions making it impossible to read the content, however, please let us know at editor AT

Chris Singh

Chris Singh is the Deputy Editor of the AU review and a freelance travel writer. You can reach him on Instagram by following @chrisdsingh.

Tags: , , ,