Queensland favourite Betty’s Burgers opens up in Darling Harbour (Sydney)

After dominating the burger scene up north, and recently expanding to Melbourne, Queensland-originated burger shack Betty’s Burgers has arrived in Sydney, opening up their first shop underneath Darling Harbour’s slick ICC. Bringing their award-winning burgers and indulgent desserts to one of Sydney’s busiest areas, Betty’s Burgers should undoubtedly recreate the same success that has seen them pick up the status as the “Best Burgers on the Gold Coast”, which was given to them last year.

Positioned just a stone’s throw from Tumbalong Park, Betty’s remains consistent with their menu, featuring the likes of the Betty’s Classic (Angus beef, lettuce, tomato, onion, cheese, Betty’s special sauce), the signature crispy chicken burger, and the Bare Betty option (any of the burgers wrapped in a lettuce leaf) along with desserts including house-made frozen custard ice-creams ranging from honeycomb flavour with orange biscuit crunch to banana cream pudding.

“We’re thrilled to be setting up in Sydney’s Darling Harbour, a location we were all drawn to that has a good mix of tourists and locals”, said Director of Operations Nik Rollison. “We hope to brighten up to Sydney winter with our colourful interiors and our enthusiastic approach to service”.

Following the Darling Harbour opening, Betty’s Burgers will also expand their Queensland reach even further with new stores in Toowoomba, Newstead, Pacific Fair and Chermside.

Betty’s Burgers

Address: Shop E-04, 14 Darling Drive, Sydney, NSW, 2000
Website: http://www.bettysburgers.com.au/

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Chris Singh

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