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patrick

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One word - Incredible. The salty rooster isn’t your average burger joint but there grilled chicken burgers remind me of Summer in Manly and their chips are probably some of my favourite. The flavour combo of the hoisin style house sauce, grilled chicken and oriental Salad is a flavour sensation

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patrick

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Juicy. Succulent. Delicious. And it’s an absolute bargain under $10, The team are super friendly and always up for a chat, one of those quintessential beach grab and go lunches before you hop back in the Water.

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patrick

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Juicy. Succulent. Delicious. And it’s an absolute bargain under $10, The team are super friendly and always up for a chat, one of those quintessential beach grab and go lunches before you hop back in the Water.

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Burgersforhands

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Salty Rooster, a Northern Beaches institution that has been satisfying the masses and significantly depleting worldwide reserves of our feathery, two-legged, egg-laying friends once again resulted in a qualm free experience as it dished out a burger of such sumptuous quality that it must have been blessed by Allah himself whilst being bathed in a bowl of Jebus' blood. Although Salty Rooster has been in Queenscliff for more than a decade, the sound of the grill igniting every morning still strikes fear and sends shudders through the bodies of even the most hardy and battle-hardened of the chicken folk. For those misguided souls who are yet to feel the warm and juicy embrace of the Saltiest of Roosters, do not be overawed by the sheer size of the menu (which rivals the length of the Chopper's monstrous and infamous slong). All of the 16 Burgs are phenomenal and any grazer worth his salt must find the time in his busy grazing schedule to devour every option that this delicious local abode has to offer. "The Jamacian", which I had the pleasure of enjoying today is the perfect companion to a sweltering Strayan summer day. The chicken, grilled not fried, is accompanied by a vast array of refreshing vegetables and smothered in a quirky mango sauce all of which is held within a fluffy brioche bun. Eating this Burgs on the beach whilst viewing the spectacular wildlife that Queenscliff beach has on display is enough to rustle anyone's jimmies. As has been foretold by minstrels in their tales for centuries, the desire of the local populace to devour Burgs from Salty Rooster is rivalled only by the the desire of a roomful of paeodphiles lusting after a youthful 16yr old ripe for the picking and flock there in droves. In summer, especially, the scene outside Salty Rooster can often resemble that of an underage rave with 100s, nay 1000s of people loitering outside the store, sweating and regretting their inability to ignore their need to have something from Salty Rooster deep, deep inside them. In fact, this is the only Burgs palace I have ever been to that has been so busy that they have sold out of chicken! Twice!!! Whilst the name Salty Rooster should be enough to arouse both your curiosity and your third leg, the chance to see live chickens being dunked into steaming vats of oil right in front of yours eyes must get you down to Salty Rooster right now before they run out of chook once more.

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Mike Pearsall

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Sometimes you just know you've got a ripping deal for an absolute bargain of a price. Like $5 tickets to a Muay Thai fight night in Koh Samui, or a $40 "lunchtime special" at the local Vietnamese massage joint (ask for Wendy). Not the greatest item of its kind, but damn reliable and of sound quality for the cost to your pocket. Salty Rooster, ladies and gentlemen, is the equivalent for burgers on the Northern Beaches. This little gem is tucked away on a corner in Queenscliff (one in Narrabeen too), down from the hustle and bustle of annoying backpackers and pre-pubescant teenagers showing off to their friends at the Corso. They've got 15 burgers (plus wraps, B&E rolls, BLTs and mean thickshakes) all for a cosy little price of between $8 and $9. Pictured here is the delicious 'Mexican', sporting grilled chicken, lettuce, cheese, chilli sauce and mayo. As mentioned - not the best chilli chicken burger you'll find in Sydney, but it's damn tasty and for $9, why not?

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Devs Burgers

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Checked out the Salty Rooster last Friday and I’d highly recommend it if you’re after a grilled chicken burger. With over 15 different chicken burgers there’s plenty to choose from. I went for the hawaiian which was grilled chicken, bacon, pineapple, cheese, aioli, lettuce, tomato. All the good stuff you want on a chicken burg. For under $10 too it’s a great spot around Manly for a cheap and tasty burg😊 Burg rankings: Beef Burgs: 1️⃣ Dee Why Hotel 2️⃣ JB & Sons 3️⃣ Two Bears Cafe 4️⃣ Originals Chook Burgs: 1️⃣ Salty Rooster 2️⃣ Stockmans Grill

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Namz Burgerz

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♡ GRILLED CHICKEN ♡ LETTUCE ♡ TOMATO ♡ CUCUMBER ♡ TANDOORI SAUCE ♡ MAYO Can’t go wrong at the infamous Salty Rooster! If you’re from the Northern Beaches and haven’t heard of this place then you obviously haven’t lived. I’ve had a fair few of their burgers and todays Indian didn’t disappoint. Just an all-round fresh authentic burg for less than 10 bucks! If you come here, make sure to also get yourself a thickshake too.

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