Grill’d recruits award-winning chef to create new burger
Chef, Darren Robertson, is collaborating with Grill'd for Splendour in the Grass
Grill’d Burgers has partnered with award-winning chef, Darren Robertson, to create a new burger.
‘The Splendour Burger’ is a limited-edition menu item created to celebrate the Splendour in the Grass music festival held in Byron Bay, New South Wales during July 2017.
The burger includes pork belly, fennel and cabbage slaw, smoked sea salt, cos lettuce and finger lime mayonnaise.
Chef Robertson said he hopes the burger will bring the Splendour in the Grass experience to Grill’d restaurants across Australia.
“I’m stoked to bring the flavours and produce of Byron Bay to Grill’d stores for everyone to enjoy, particularly if you can’t make it to Splendour in the Grass this year,” Robertson said.
“With Grill’d’s dedication to continually surprising their customers with new combinations and menu additions, as well as their heritage with Splendour in the Grass, it was the perfect opportunity to create a burger to transport people to another place, whether that’s at the festival or during a lunchbreak,” he said.
The burger will be available at selected Grill’d restaurants from 6 July 2017. It will also be available at the Splendour in the Grass festival.
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