so many choices to eat at Newtown. Burgers Today. Lunch. Go. 232 King Street. Its somewhere in the middle near all the neat shops.

Gourmet Burgers.

Fancy looking

Hand Sanitizer. Nice. You going to want to eat this with your hands. Cutlery? Pffft

Kid friendly, You see a lot of art work done by kids up on the wall.

Um, memory fail but I think its called the BIG MOO. $16.50.  Basically a gigantic sized Aussie burger with a side of chips $4.

The Big Moo is a gigantic hamburger and when I say gigantic. I mean gigantic. The $20.50 for the meal seems like a bit of money but this is definitely a big feed and I struggled to finish. The burger has a perfectly cooked sunny side up, slices of beet , pineapple, bacon, beef patty and according to the menu, warm sourdough bread. The chips are super crunchy and seasoned well – compared to Pie Tin’s anaemic and blah chips, these were superb and great to eat. Ate it all and didn’t even have to use the Heinz tomato ketchup.
They put a huge selection of table water on the side for you to grab. Huge +++ in my books.

yeah, felt a bit like that.

beautiful mural on the wall, nice cover on the couch. This burger joint felt homey and nice to visit.


This was the 3rd time I’ve been to moo burgers, twice I did takeaways for dendy/camperdown memorial park and I quite like Moo Gourmet Burgers. Its a good feed – The menu is extensive – I really need to try the wagyu + Duck burgers.


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3 Responses

  1. Detective Chow

    Awesome burgers, awesome chips. Definitely a big feed at Moo. Yep, the price is a bit more than I was expecting to pay for a burger. But happy to pay a bit extra for free-range ingredients.

    You took one of these burgers to Dendy? That’s brave.

  2. admin

    Hey detective chow, yeah it’s a bit pricey but you do get what is essentially like a double serve of food. I recommend checkin out milkbar by cafe Ism if u haven’t already. Smaller burgers, bit cheaper and also sustainable meat. You can. Basically create ur burger at milk bar.

  3. Amanda

    I recently ate at Moo (Crows Nest branch) and got a good deal on drinks and burgers, which made it all quite affordable! I had the Wagyu burger which was really nice and tender. I’ve had the Greek Lamb before as well, which was amazing.

    Next time you’re there, I definitely recommend the cheesy bacon fries…they’re a winner!