14 Epic Fusion Burgers Are Coming The Rocks This Winter

Eat, Sydney / 14 August 2020

Take your tastebuds on a globe-trotting trip (without leaving Sydney) thanks to these epic fusion burgers.

Want to enjoy the best flavours from around the globe while staying in the heart of the city? You’ve come to the right place. From August 12th to September 6th, 11 of The Rocks‘ favourite foodie spots are serving an epic range of limited-edition fusion burgers inspired by international flavours.

Get ready for a series of drool-worthy burgers, all available for dine-in or takeaway at these top venues in The Rocks. Wondering what’s on offer? Keep reading to find out!

Head to The Fine Food Store to chow down on a sensational pork belly crunch of the German Pretzel Burger (complete with crispy pork belly Japanese schnitzel, with gherkins, iceberg lettuce, sauerkraut and spicy mayo all housed between two salty pretzel inspired buns). Head to Bakers Oven for a UK-inspired Pie Burger (featuring a beef pie with a gravy milk bun, topped with a crisp salad and oozing burger sauce, all for just $11). Plus The Tea Cosy has created an epic burger scone ($10), with chocolate cream, giant strawberries and chutney-like strawberry jam between two fluffy scones.

Over at Pony’s you’ll find Syndey’s first Waffle Burger, with the fluffiest of waffles replacing the traditional bun loaded with wagyu burger pattie, butter lettuce, dill pickles, cheese, house relish, tomato and mayonnaise. As for Caminetto Italian, enjoy two Italian inspired burgers: the Spaghetti and Meatball Burger ($16.90) and the Pollo Parmigiana Burger ($16.90).

Looking for an Asian twist? Sergeant Lok will be serving a trio of limited-edition burgers ($18 each), loaded with either charred Tamarind glazed chicken thigh, sambal crumbed barramundi or shaoxing wine beef ribs. Plus Aslan Coffee has created the Balinese Crispy Pork Burger ($18), a must-try dish served with tasty potato chips.

Head over to Fortune of War for the Nacho Average Burger ($22), combining two of our favourite dishes: nachos and burgers. Plus The Glenmore Hotel will be servicing the Gimme S’more, a delightful dessert burger ($12) and The Australian Heritage Hotel will be flipping the Kanga Sange ($21).

The Rocks’ epic burger festival will be running from August 12th to September 6th with 11 participating venues serving limited edition burgers. Find out more here