Best Burgers in Sydney: Delicious Burgers You Need To Try
Trust us, you'll want your burger stacked at these mouthwatering joints, serving up some of the best burgers in Sydney.
When it comes to crowd-pleasing comfort food, you can't go wrong with a juicy burger. Whether it’s stacked with succulent beef patties or brimming with veggie delights, a classic hamburger ticks every box.
Lucky for you, Sydney has plenty of patty-flipping burger joints dedicated to the all-American classic. So, the next time the cravings hit, we’ve rounded up the best burgers in Sydney. You're welcome.
Mister Gee Burger Truck
The Truffle, a burger that has given Mister Gee a foodie-magnetising reputation, is the one we choose to write home about. With a patty (or three) cooked to perfection, American cheese, caramelised onions, pickles and a secret truffle-infused sauce, the exquisite flavour that comes out of a food truck is something you must try for yourself. You won’t be disappointed.
16 George St, North Strathfield
J.B & Sons
A popular burger destination on the Northern Beaches, J.B & Sons is all about good food and good vibes. As well as your usual meat options, they also have a dedicated vegetarian menu and their vegan Baywatch burger (patty, lettuce, tomato, onion, cheeseburger sauce), is super popular. Sip on a passionfruit margie while you're at it and thank us later.
Manly, Narrabeen, Dee Why
Mary's is all about good music, fun times and great burgers. A well-kept secret among locals till word got out, Mary's menu mantra is quality over quantity. Hands down the hero is the Mary's Burger with beef, cheese, lettuce, tomato, onion and Mary's sauce. Still hungry? Opt for the fries and delicious mashed potato and gravy.
Newtown, Circular Quay, Castle Hill, Entertainment Quarter
People's Burger Sydney
Some call it a food truck packed with heavenly burgers. Others call it a spiritual experience. With the OG food truck conveniently located right next to The Vic On The Park for all your late-night cravings, People's Burgers do not mess around! A fan favourite is the Double Beef Halloumi Burger on a milky bun and the Dirty Bird with buttermilk fried chicken. To really up the ante, why not add a thick shake and loaded fries to your order?
There's a reason Bar Luca has a 4.5-star review with thousands of happy customers online - their burgers are on a whole other level. With a slew of classics (think southern fried chicken, beef with bacon), weekly specials, and more left-of-centre creations like their Blame Canada number featuring a beef patty, American cheese, maple glazed streaky bacon, maple aioli & poutine on a BL milk bun, Bar Luca is one of the most beloved burgers joins in Sydney. Their beer-battered onion rings with chipotle BBQ sauce are also a must-try.
52 Phillip St, Sydney
If you like your burgers a little extra, you'll love Burger Point. These guys do things a little differently by adding a Filipino twist. The Filo-style crispy chicken with gravy and sweet spaghetti is a must-try. Going from strength to strength, Burger Point have just opened their seventh store in Sydney, right in the heart of Circular Quay so the inner-city peeps can get their fix. Psst! Once you've had your burger fill be sure to grab a Halo-Halo. This sweet treat is made with Ube ice cream, evaporated milk, fruit jellies and leche flan.
180 George Street, Sydney
A fail-safe in the burger lover's community, Grill'd is all about variety. From juicy classics to healthy alternatives, there is much to love about this burger slinger. The menu caters to all dietary requirements - whether you're a vegetarian, vegan or full-blown carnivore, there's something for everyone.
Standouts include their Wagyu Wunder, made from a premium wagyu pattie with aged cheddar, dill pickles, Spanish onion, Dijon mustard, tomato sauce and egg mayo, and their Bird & Brie combo, featuring grilled chicken breast with brie cheese, cos lettuce, tomato, Spanish onion, cranberry sauce and herbed mayo. Make sure you order the famous Grill’d chips too with your choice of sauce (chipotle mayo is our fave!).
20 locations across Sydney
Suzie Dukes Burger & Grill
Get your hands dirty as you sink your teeth into the decadent burgers at Suzie Dukes. Known for dishing up hot and juicy burgers jampacked with all your favourite flavour combos - think double smashed beef, streaky bacon, double melted cheese, caramelised onions, fresh tomato or buttermilk fried chicken, house slaw, pickled radish, Sriracha mayo, nestled between freshly baked milk buns. Pair with their famous doughnut shake and loaded fries – because you deserve that kind of happiness in your life.
Ingleburn, North Rocks, Kareela, Kincumber
Bonditony’s Burger Joint
When the cravings for a good old-fashioned burger kick in, it’s hard to look past Bonditony’s. With a simple menu, communal tables and music memorabilia lining the walls, the vibe is relaxed and oh-so-Bondi. All of the burgers are made using grass-fed, free-range produce, too, so you won’t be walking away with that post-burger guilt we all know too well. We also can’t fault the house-made truffle aioli – we’d eat it with a spoon if we could.
1/144-148 Glenayr Avenue, Bondi Beach
The Stuffed Beaver Dining Parlour
If you like your burgs with a side of craft beer, head to The Stuffed Beaver Dining Parlour. Channelling grungy Canadian diner vibes with a splash of cool, you can also score wings, poutine and frickles on top of their classic burger menu.
271 Bondi Road, Bondi Beach
The Noosa favourite has brought its brand of delicious down to Sydney, and thank goodness for that. Its claim to fame is Betty’s Classic, based on the simple American-style cheeseburger but is anything but boring. It’s this simple and nostalgic take on fast food that has won the hearts and stomachs of burger lovers nationwide.
Over 10 locations across Sydney
Ume Burger prides itself on its Japanese take on the humble burger. Signature burgers come with beef patties, crumbed fish fillet, pork katsu or veggie fritters, and are slathered with a signature sauce that’s oh-so moreish. Also, don’t leave without helping yourself to the soft-serve station and vintage Japanese soda vending machine.
Wulugul Walk, Barangaroo
1 Little Pier Street, Darling Exchange, Haymarket
Juicy patties and generous fillings are a consistent plus from the BL joint. A spin-off of Sydney institution Bar Luca, BL serves the same burgers as its inner-city brother including the acclaimed Blame Canada burger. With a BL beef patty, maple-glazed streaky bacon, American cheddar, poutine and maple aioli on a milk bun, you’ll discover a new depth of love for Justin Trudeau.
Not just a charcoal chicken takeaway shop, 'Charlie's' does a mean burger. With a multitude of different chicken and beef options, there is a tasty burger on the menu for everyone, available at any of their 16 Sydney locations. The crowd favourite is the classic Original Chicken Burger with juicy grilled chicken, lettuce, tomato and onion on a fresh milk bun.
16 locations across Sydney
Are we breaking the rules here? Too bad. A little different but equally as delicious, the Baoger is an offering served up by the Belly Bao gods as a heavenly hybrid of bao bun and burger. With a bun made in-house using gua bao dough, the ingredients create an addictive blend of classic beefy-cheesy comfort and delicious secret-sauce-radish-combo.
184 King Street, Newtown