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Apologies for the repetition. Just wanted to make an official review. 🐔 Char grilled chicken breast Avocado Tomato Salad greens Red onion Beetroot chutney Mayo Soft brioche bun Burger $13.50 GF Available Chips $3.50 10 - 15min wait So my local shopping centre is slowly getting on the burger bandwagon. We decided to have lunch at this franchise called the Shingle Inn which had a seperate burger menu to their normal menu called St Burger. So at the moment I'm laying off the red meat for... reasons so I ordered the Grilled Clucker. Came out quite quickly and looked clean and healthy looking, which you don't associate with burgers, but clean can be nice if the flavours are there. So first bite in you get a bit of everything. First thing I noticed is the chicken has been just over cooked, so it was a little dry. It's a thin cut of breast so it wouldn't be hard to do so. Then the mayo, which was just mayo nothing special didn't add or take away from anything. Salad was fresh and goes with the mayo I suppose. Avocado goes well with chicken. The flavour that disappointed the most I think was the beetroot chutney, it sounded intriguing. It tasted like sweet beetroot. My wife reckons that it was canned beetroot judging from her salad. I think it needed a tang item like you would with a pickle. The bun, though being brioche wasn't particularly sweet, actually it was quite satisfying. The side of beer battered chips had great crunch, little dry on the inside. They don't season, so make sure you do, and make sure you ask for sauce. Be interesting to try the beef to see how different it is. Little Fact: In amongst the great depression in 1936 David Webster and Sons built the original Shingle Inn on Edward Street in Brisbane. Now a massive franchise.
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