There are few events on the annual calendar that get us more excited than International Burger Day, and this year, Sydney is pulling out all the stops.

On the 28th of May, be sure to get out and order yourself a big, juicy burg from one of these hotspots. You might even stumble upon the best burger in Sydney.

Lobster burger in Sydney

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Lobster & Eggplant Sambal Balado Burger at ASLAN Coffee Roasters

In celebration of Burger Day, The Rocks favourite ASLAN Coffee Roasters are leaning into their Indonesian heritage to create something truly unique – a lobster and eggplant burger slathered in delicious sambal balado (a spicy Indonesian sauce made using chilli, garlic and tomato).


Best burger in Sydney

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Angus Jalapeño Bagel Burger at Black & White Espresso

Black & White Espresso may be The Rocks’ newest residents, but its burger creation shows it’s here, and here to stay. Juicy angus beef, American cheese, bacon, pickles and house-made sauce, all nestled within a delightfully different jalapeño bagel – what’s not to love? Stop by and enjoy the burger with chips on the side and one of Black & White’s delicious coffees.

MCA Cafe Burger

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Charcoal Chorizo Burger at MCA Café

For lovers of spice, this could very well be the best burger in Sydney. Step into the fire this Burger Day against one of Sydney’s most iconic backdrops at the MCA Cafe. Featuring a chorizo patty, roast capsicum within a black charcoal bun, the Charcoal Chorizo Burger is a one off you don’t want to miss.

Meat pie from The Rocks

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Chick-pieeee Burger at the Baker’s Oven

Ever struggle to pick between ordering a burger and a pie? Well, now you don’t have to! Baker’s Oven has created the Chick-pieeee Burger, complete with mediterranean marinated lemon chicken breast, avocado, lettuce, tomato, sitting on top an entire chicken and vegetable pie in white sauce in place of the bun!

Cheeseburger Gyoza

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Cheeseburger Gyoza at Harajuku Gyoza

While not technically a burger, your taste buds are definitely in for a surprise with Harajuku Gyoza’s cheeseburger gyozas! Deep-fried dumplings filled with flame-grilled grass-fed beef with aged cheddar, onions, pickles, mustard and tomato sauce. Perfectly paired with their foot-long fries for an additional $12.

Best burg in Sydney

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Hickory Smoked Salmon Katsu Burger at The Fine Food Store

If you’re after something a bit different this Burger Day, look no further than The Fine Food Stores’ Hickory Smoked Salmon Katsu Burger. The deliciously unique salmon is topped with Asian slaw, sriracha mayo and Thai Nahm Jim dressing, making for a surprise we bet you’ll like.


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