The Best Burger spots in Sydney


I'm a burger fanatic. No matter where I'm dining in Sydney, my first question will always be "can you make me a burger?" The answer to that question is almost always yes, but there are some places that stand out from the crowd. Here are the best burger joints in Sydney:


If you're looking for an excellent burger that isn't too far from the city, Mary's is your place. Located in Woolloomooloo, this restaurant has a great atmosphere and offers a variety of options when it comes to their burgers. The "Friggin' Good" burger is topped with crispy bacon, pork belly, house made pickles and mustard mayo—you'll never want to eat anything else again!

Mary's is open from 6pm–late on weekdays and 6pm until 2am on weekends, so if you're looking for a bite after work or before going out on Friday night then this could be your new favourite spot.

Bar Luca

  • Bar Luca is located in Darlinghurst, right next to the buzzing Oxford Street. It's the perfect spot for burgers and fries on a sunny day.

  • The burgers at Bar Luca are hands down some of the best you can get in Sydney. They're fresh and dripping with flavour, and they come in different sizes so there is something for everyone!

  • If you don't feel like eating a burger, they also have salads that are equally delicious!

Burger Project

Burger Project

Address: 723 George St, Haymarket NSW 2000

Phone Number: (02) 9211 2300

Hours of Operation: Mon-Wed 11am-9pm; Thu-Fri 11am-10pm; Sat 10am-10pm; Sun 11am-9pm

Menu: [Burger menu](

Down N' Out

Down N' Out is a small chain of restaurants specialising in American burgers. They have branches across New South Wales, including one on Pitt Street in the CBD and another in Bondi Junction. The menu is simple: there are only three burgers to choose from at Down N' Out (the beef, chicken or veggie), but each comes with chips and a choice of salad or coleslaw. Prices range from $13-$15 for the burger alone, while a combo meal with fries and drink will set you back around $20-$22 depending on which burger you go for. Their signature "beef" patties are made from grass-fed beef sourced from Manildra Meats near Wagga Wagga; they're also free range chickens that use poultry feed without antibiotics or added hormones. You can choose between cheddar cheese or Mozzarella when building your own burger at Down N' Out; both options come melted over the patty before being served on freshly baked buns made using sourdough bread dough imported from Italy!

Although their website claims they're "not just another fast food joint", I found myself waiting around 15 minutes after ordering my meal before receiving it - longer than most people would be happy waiting at any kind of fast food place! But once it arrived, I understood why: these aren't just fast food burgers - they're delicious gourmet creations with premium ingredients like artisanal cheeses imported directly from Italy!

Kobe Jones

Kobe Jones is a burger and steakhouse located in Surry Hills. It's known for its burgers and steaks, but it has a contemporary American style menu that includes salads and sides like truffle fries, onion rings and slaws.

The restaurant is owned by Chris Lucas, who also owns The Charming Squire.

The Charming Squire

The Charming Squire is a pub that serves the best burger in Sydney. The Charming Squire is located in Darlinghurst, which is a short walk from Oxford Street. This pub has a wide range of beers and wines to choose from, so you’re sure to find something that interests you!

The Charming Squire has a laid back atmosphere; it’s the perfect place for friends to meet up for lunch or dinner. If you go on Friday or Saturday night then there will be live music playing too!

Forte Eatery

Forte Eatery

Location: North Sydney

Price: $20-40 per person

Menu: Burgers, sandwiches, salads and pizzas. The Forte Burger is one of the best burgers in town! It's a beef patty with bacon and cheese on top of a sesame seed bun. The prices are reasonable for what you get. I would recommend getting at least one side dish like chips or fries. They come with a serving of homemade ketchup which is delicious!

We found out that they have an amazing deal once every month where you can get any burger for half price on Mondays between 6pm - 10pm! We went there three times during this period so we could try all their burgers because they were so good!! If you want something different from your regular burger meal then definitely check it out!

Butter Sydney

Butter Sydney

The most popular burger in Sydney is a cheeseburger at Butter Sydney. The meat patty is made with Wagyu beef, which is known for its marbling and tenderness. It's cooked on a charcoal grill to give it that distinct smoky flavor, and served with bacon and an egg on top. If you're looking for something lighter, try the avocado smash—it's made with avocado instead of cheese!

If you want to enjoy your meal outdoors, head over to their rooftop bar near Circular Quay after lunch (or anytime). Order up some drinks and check out the cool views of the harbor before heading back down into town for more sightseeing or shopping.



Address: 167 Victoria Street, Kings Cross NSW 2011

Phone: +61 2 9357 3184

Opening hours: Monday to Friday from 11am – 2am, Saturday and Sunday from 7pm – 5am (closed on public holidays)

Menu: burgers, fries and milkshakes. The burgers are made with 100% beef that is hormone free and free range. They also have gluten-free options available for most of their dishes. What makes this a good burger spot? This place has a great atmosphere that attracts a lot of locals and tourists alike. I recommend it if you're looking for something casual yet fun!

The Burger Joint NEON

The Burger Joint NEON, 1/2 Cowper Wharf Road, The Rocks, NSW 2000

It's a good time for burgers in Sydney. There's no shortage of quality options—in fact, you may have trouble choosing between all the incredible places out there. But if you're looking for the best burger spots in town and don't have much time to spare on your lunch break or after work drinks with friends? This list will help you narrow down your choices and get right down to what matters: eating an amazing burger without having to wait forever or spend a fortune on it.

The Burger Joint NEON is located in The Rocks district of Sydney CBD. It serves up classic American burgers like Cheeseburger, Double Cheese Burger and Chili Cheese Fries along with shakes like Chocolate Banana Milkshake or Oreo Cookie Milkshake (yum!).

Two Sticks BBQ House and Bar

Two Sticks BBQ House and Bar is a great spot to grab a burger in Sydney. The burgers are made from grass fed beef, the buns are baked in-house, and the fries are all hand cut. There is a great selection of craft beers and wines to accompany your burger. Try their signature “Big Stick” if you want something with a bit more meat on it!

The staff at Two Sticks are super friendly, so feel free to make friends with them while waiting for your food!

Tuckshop Takeaway

Tuckshop Takeaway is the perfect place to grab a late-night snack. Located in the heart of Sydney's CBD, this all-night diner has been serving up affordable burgers and hot chips since it opened more than 15 years ago. The menu features everything from classic beef burgers with cheese to vegetarian options such as the avocado burger. Even better, you can get your order delivered through UberEats or Foodora if you're too tired to leave your couch!

If you're looking for a quick bite that won't break the bank, try Tuckshop Takeaway—you won't regret it!

The Burger Shed 41

Located in the heart of Sydney's CBD, The Burger Shed 41 is definitely one of the best burger spots in town.

The beef patty, bacon, cheese and lettuce are all top-notch but it's the fried egg that really makes this burger sing. It's served with a side of fries (that you can upgrade to sweet potato fries) and costs $20 - making it one of the most expensive on our list.


The Hamburger

Address: 530 George St, Sydney NSW 2000

Price: $15

Type of burger: beef patty, lettuce, tomato and onion with cheese on a brioche bun. The fries are also great! They're thin, crispy and seasoned well.

Service: excellent service! The staff is warm and friendly and always attentive to our needs. They even bring the cutlery for you when you need it so that you don't have to ask for it yourself or awkwardly wait until it arrives at your table (like some other restaurants do). It's so nice! Rating: 10/10

Review from a satisfied customer:"The hamburger was delicious! I loved how juicy it was - there was no way we could finish our meal without licking our fingers!"


As you see, there are a lot of burger restaurants in Sydney. We do not want to miss any of them and try to visit them all.

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