Any import from the eastern states is cool, right? While we’re not easily able to travel to the Sunshine Coast, we can enjoy those same Queensland summery vibes at the new Betty’s Burgers Perth. Betty’s hails from Noosa, and the Forrest Chase store is the first of it’s 38 burger joints to hit WA.
We’re big fans of burgers. When we were in the city during the school hols, a lunch stop at this newbie was a no-briner. We’d walked over from Northbridge, where we’d been trying out a brilliant new Escape This pirate escape room. We escaped in record time, so we had definitely worked up an appetite!
At Betty’s Burgers there is seating inside and out. Being a stinking hot summers day, I was relieved to grab a table inside to bask in the air con, as we looked over the menu. Ordering at the counter is easy. Then simply wait for your buzzer to pick up the order. Or why not order via the Bettys Burgers app from your table? The app often includes free drink offers etc. On the menu is a good selection of beef burgers, as well as fried chicken burgers and salads.
Betty’s Burgers Perth – The Food
The Betty’s Double ($16.50) looked delicious, on a traditional brioche bun, with double beef, double cheese, bacon, pickles, onions, American mustard, tomato sauce. It got two thumbs up. Chips come separately, a choice of fries or thick cut chips.
I chose the “Betty’s Deluxe” ($15.50) – with an addition of avo and on a gluten free bun (which was fluffy, not dry). It was a darn tasty angus beef burger. Heaped with crispy bacon, pickles, lettuce, tomato, onion, cheese, and Betty’s special sauce. I’m impressed.
And if you have any room left after the burgers, why not enjoy an ice cream?!
Find Bettys Burgers on Wellington St, next to Myer, opposite Forrest Place. Bettys Burgers is a great option for a casual meal at in the city.
Find Betty’s Burgers Perth CBD at T08, Forrest Chase Shopping Centre, 200 Murray St, Perth.
It’s on the Ground floor, opposite the Perth Train Station.