My honey decided for tonight’s dinner that we go out to BurgerFuel. One of their many outlets is located in 4/155 Lincoln Road, Henderson. We have gone there a few times together over the past three years, and it’s my partner’s favorite burger place.
Tonight I had Peanut Piston (for NZ$9.90), which has 1/3 pound of 100% pure NZ grass fed beef patty with peanut satay sauce, lettuce, tomato, red onion, relish, and fresh natural aioli. My honey had Bio Fuel (for NZ$10.50), which had the same sized beef patty with free range egg, beetroot, same vegetable toppings as my burger, also with relish and aioli. Although he is mostly into vegetarian food, sometimes he would order meat based dishes when necessary.
And I can tell you, these burgers are bloody good! They look the same in real life as in the photos. They are labeled as gourmet burgers, thus a higher price than most burgers offered at much more popular fast food places. But you know what, any of their burgers is worth having for lunch or dinner. The beef patty has no fillers mixed on them, and although it falls apart at some point while eating it, I would prefer that than having meat fillers mixed in that may not be good for you.
BurgerFuel caters to both meat lovers and vegetarians. I also like that their side options of fries made from either potatoes or kumara (sweet potato) is that each piece is thick.
It is rumored that BurgerFuel will be coming to conquer Egypt and Kuwait. So if you are currently living and working in any of the places above, why don’t you visit this link to find your nearest BurgerFuel stop and try having a gourmet burger for a change? BurgerFuel is simply awesome!
Otherwise, if BurgerFuel is not yet available in your neck of the woods, then it may be a good idea to have a local burger you like, especially one that offer all natural ingredients and no fillers.