Saturday, 19 January 2013

Eat the Australian Coat of Arms for Australia Day!

R and I tasted the most Australian of all burgers today at Grill’d...
To celebrate Australia Day, Grill’d has created the world’s first ‘Coat of Arms’ burger (that we know of) allowing hungry Australians to eat their national emblem.

The unique burger features a delicious blend of lean kangaroo and emu, along with a host of other premium Australian-sourced ingredients - including award-winning Meredith Dairy goats cheese, bush tomato relish, quandongs (which are a unique native Australian fruit) and native thyme mayo. 

As is the norm at Grill’d, the Coat of Arms burger is created using the best quality ingredients and we are glad to report that it tastes spectacular! 
The burger has well balanced flavours. The kangaroo and emu pattie is tender and juicy (and only contains 1% fat). The goats cheese is luxurious and decadent. The tartness from the fresh beetroot brings about the perfect hint of acidity. And then there are the quandongs – what a lovely addition! The quandongs are uniquely sweet with distinct herbal flavours that complement the creamy thyme mayo. This is certainly a burger that celebrates Australia.
To try the new ‘Coat of Arms’ burger you’ll need to get down to Grill’d on Little Bourke Street (as it is the only Grill’d restaurant in Victoria serving this new Aussie burger) between the 19th to the 31st of January and be one of the first 50 people to order it on any one of those days! For more information check out:

Special thanks to Paul from Grill’d for his hospitality, and for enthusiastically explaining the interesting concept behind the burger. 

Gastrology bloggers dined courtesy of Grill’d.
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