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$5 Cheeseburgers for National Burger Day - Wednesday 18.09.2019
4.2

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Noorene Djaffar

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Excellent

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Ross Kemp on Burgers 🍔

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Straight up on the the tastiest and most consistent burgers in Sydney. The thing that really sets The Eate apart from the competition in the area in the dedication to their craft and the quality of ingredients that are used. When I say dedication, I’m referring to being up at 4am every morning and going to the markets to get the freshest, best ingredients for their customers for the sy ahead. The quality is exceptional too. This burger is seriously rich, it can feel like a double only being a single. You’ve got perfectly cooked beef wijt a crust as food as a smashed patty, maple skoked pastrami, cripsy onion straws, truffle and their signature softest of soft truffle and pecorino bun! This burger is pretty hard to fault, while the richness might be too much for some, if you love this kind of flavour profile, you’ll love it!

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Some Guy

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Cracker burg. These guys suffer from the name game - I feel like they don't get the respect they deserve because it's a grill joint and not a burger chain. The buns are super soft. Beef a nice fatty blend with very decent crust for an untraditional smash method. Lose .5 for not having bacon lol. But definitely worth the price you pay.

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Burgfinger

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🐮Angus smoked beef brisket 🧀Melted cheese 🥗Slaw 🥒Fat pickle 💦Hickory smoked mayo ⚪Chopped onions The brisket on this burger was moist and rich in flavour, delicious. There wasn't much bbq flavour but that's a good thing as it only needed a little to complement the beef. The pickles gave a nice zing to cut through the rich beef, and the slaw provided a refreshing crunch to contest the tender meat.

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Burgfinger

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🐥Southern fried chicken breast 🧀Melted cheese 🥬Lettuce 🥗Smokey BBQ slaw 🥒Pickle 🧂Salted cucumber Another great burger from The Eate. The chicken was delicious - crispy out, moist in. The Eate always nails the ever-important cheese melt. Very satisfying. The BBQ slaw was pretty strong but a really nice flavour and the salted cucumber contrasted it well. I can't remember what sauce it was but there was shitloads of it. 👌🏻

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Kieran 😏

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Finally got the memory card reader. From last weeks crawl - burger number 1 I never knew they did such a delectable burger at The Eate but it’s here and it tastes 🔥🔥 Great subtle truffle flavours, the truffle pecorino was incredible and gave it a nice kick. The maple pastrami was super tasty, and the sweetness made it a pleasure to eat. Never thought I’d eat a burger like this at 11am but here I am.

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Some Guy

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A brilliant spin on the usual truffle burger. Not quite a smash patty but the better elements are there. The bun is amazing. Crispy onion strings add texture and taste and the salty beef bacon/pastrami add seasoning to counter the rich truffle. Less Dulwich Hill, more Dulwich Will be going here regularly now.

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Ross Kemp on Burgers 🍔

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Dulwich Hill has always been one of those places I could never quite place on a map (forgive me, I’m from Queensland). Thankfully today trusty Waze lead @kieran and me to meet @thanos at the always welcoming @Eate! I’d been here once before, I tried their truffle burger, I loved it. I honestly don’t know the reason I hadn’t been back but we made up for it today- there was no shortage of food. I was tempted to get the truffle again but leant towards the brisket instead. Until the burger came to the table, I was assuming there was a beef patty coming on this - there wasn’t but it certainly didn’t need it. The hero here is obviously the brisket - super moist, tender and oh so smoky. All done in house too, the smell of this place is insane, you gotta visit to believe it. There are also pickles which I’m pretty sure are done in house, I haven’t seen them before and they certainly taste home made (in the right way). I can’t quite remember what the sauces are but they add to the experience. The quiet achiever here though is the bun. Holy shit it’s good, super plush and holds together amazingly. We tried to find out the source but it remains a secret for now! Side note - the sides are as good as the burgers. Yes, Dulwich Hill used to elude me, but The Eate puts it on the map.

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