Neil Perry’s Burger Project has hit Parramatta
It’s happened! Neil Perry has gone west.
“Western expansion has been in our sights for some time,” Neil said. “Many of our Sydney customers stem from the west and Parramatta is an impressive and lively city undergoing an amazing transformation.”
So based on that alone, it’s great news that he’s shipped off the Burger Project brand to the Crown Group’s luxury new development out there to service all the locals who’ve developed a taste for the well-known chef’s take on a classic burger.
Like eating a burger from Neil’s own kitchen, this joint will make the group’s ninth Burger Project in the country, and the first in western Sydney, with a similar in look and feel to its counterparts dotted all over the city in Melbourne and Sydney.
The menu features 14 hand-crafted burgers showcasing 36-month, grass-fed Cape Grim beef from Tasmania, free-range Lilydale chicken, as well as a vegetarian crumbed confit mushroom option. Chips can be salted and sauced-up in a range of lip-smacking flavours, while house-churned soft-serve is the hero of a range of ice cream desserts.
“We’re thrilled to be part of this incredible community and to be bringing our lovely burgers, hand-made with slow food values, to its incredibly diverse food scene.”
Bring it on. Perry has also redone the menu for Sake Jr. in Melbourne and Sydney, offering lovers of Japanese flavours an alternative to the way they eat in the evenings. See more here.
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