Five Points Burgers – North Sydney

Five Points Burgers in North Sydney is so on point right now. I started seeing all these photos on my Instagram feed of their mouth watering burgers and I knew I had to go. After reading Ramen Raff’s post, I decided to get The Bronx ($12.50) and their Beer Battered Chips ($4)

The restaurant opens at 11:30am, so I naively believed getting there at 11:50am would mean the line would be short. Boy, was I wrong! The line was at least 20 people long when I started lining up. It took me a total of 50 minutes from the time I lined up to the time I tasted my burger. 
If you wondering why there is so much hype around Five Points Burgers, it might be because its opened by Chef Tomislav Martinovic, former The Fat Duck and Tomislav Restaurant.  
The Bronx is an amazing burger consisting of a thick, juicy beef patty, pickles, two slices of American cheese, tomato sauce, mustard, aioli, crispy bacon, onion jam and iceberg lettuce. All of the ingredients combined together into a perfect culinary creation. The surprising highlight for me was the double American cheese. It was so melty and flavourful.
The Beer Battered Chips were crispy on the outside and perfectly fluffy on the inside however there was too much salt for my liking. 
In summary, THIS IS ONE OF THE BEST BURGERS IN SYDNEY. Sorry for the all caps but seriously the Bronx Burger was so scrumptious. I would give it five points out of five. Get it?
Will I Return?
Yes! But hopefully after the lines die down.
What’s your favourite burger place? Let me know in the comments below! 

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  • Reply
    Mr C @ The Food Diary
    April 3, 2015 at 10:51 am

    The burgers look great!

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    Chris C.
    April 3, 2015 at 11:53 pm

    It was amazing!

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    The Sydney Noob
    April 5, 2015 at 6:55 am

    I had the same I think, isn't called Bronx? I'm to blog about this too 🙂

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