Out for lunch recently at “Platform 28” in Docklands, and despite there being an extensive menu, I had to try their burger. In fact, last time I visited, I ordered something else and someone I was with had the burger. I had food envy as it looked pretty good, so I was keen to find out for myself what it was like.
I ordered the “Black Angus Beef Burger” with cheese, pancetta, cos, tomato, gherkin, aioli and American mustard. When it arrived, I was pleased that it looked as good as I remembered and I couldn’t wait to get stuck into it. First few bites in and it was pretty good. It was well made and full of flavour. The beef was delightful, and the other ingredients were fresh and tasty too. The bun was a little bit dry and from my perspective, the burger could have done with some onion and an egg too.
Chips on the side were really tasty and this time I washed it down with a refreshing, James Boags Light beer.
Overall, it was a tasty burger, that was pretty satisfying. With limited choices in the Docklands area, if you’re in the mood for a burger, then this is definitely worthwhile trying. Although, you will probably expect more for a $22 price tag!