While I was scouring the net for good eats in Sydney, I came across Betty’s Burger and Concrete Co. It has almost the same menu as that of Shake Shack burger joint that we often visit when we were still living in Abu Dhabi. Two things they are serving burgers and concretes. The only difference is their name. So it was time to check it out.
We went there during a public holiday – Australian Day to be exact. The restaurant is located in ICC, Darling Harbour. It is much closer to Darling Quarter. In front of the water park.
It was a super hot day and a public holiday at that so the queue was a bit long. The shop is an open-air restaurant so you it would be al fresco dining for everyone.
We ordered pork belly burger, crispy chicken burger, chips, peanut butter brittle concrete and spiced pecan and banana cream pudding concrete. The lot cost a total of $84 which comes with a $15 holiday surchage. I know. Stiff price for a burger.
The burgers were good, even though the patties were a bit smaller than the bun. It just looks good with the curly lettuce. The taste was nothing unforgettable. The concretes were good even if they were already melted when we got back to our picnic bench. Chips were good too. Thin, well cooked and seasoned.
I don’t think I’ll be coming back though. Who knows? We might find ourselves in Darling Quarter again.