Grill'd Healthy Burgers

April 20, 2014

I was invited to have a complimentary meal for two at Grill'd in Parramatta Westfield back in February and so this review is long overdue. I remember Grill'd having its first store in the Sydney CBD a long while back and I am happy to see it has expanded greatly since then.

The Famous Grill'd Chips with Herbed Mayo
While not the focal point of the meal these thick-cut potato chips were delicious. They were not your ordinary deep fried pieces of potato goodness as they were seasoned with a unique blend of herbs and not oozing with oil so you will not feel greasy after demolishing them. And you definitely cannot deny a side of chips with your burger.

'Baa Baa' Burger
DT obviously opted for a lamb burger which consisted of "100% grass fed lean lamb, avocado, tasty cheese, salad, relish and herbed mayo".  The lamb patty was juicy and moist and paired nicely with the condiments to deliver a really tasteful and scrumptious burger. The buns were toasted to lend some crunch and prevent sogginess which is a big thumbs up from me.

The Zen Hen
I love eating chicken so I always gravitate towards items on the menu with chicken and The Zen Hen was what I decided to order. It consisted of "grilled chicken breast, tangy satay sauce, coriander, shredded carrot, salad and herbed mayo". The burger was good especially with the satay sauce but was sadly let down by dry chicken. I had dined at Grill'd prior and ordered the Sweet Chilli Chicken burger and unfortunately the chicken was dry on that occasion as well.

Grill'd restaurant is a great place to get your burger fix especially if you are in for something a lot more tasteful and healthier compared to something from a fast food joint. I would recommend trying their lamb or beef burgers as opposed to their chicken burgers though.

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