Welcome to Veggie Burger Reviews Melbourne

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413 Brunswick St, Fitzroy VIC 3065
For a change there were two veggie burgers on the menu - Magic Mushie and the Bean Around. I went for the Bean Around which has a mug bean sprout and kidney bean patty, spinach, hummus, pickled carrot, pickled onion and chili jam for $14.80. First impressions were I thought the size was on the small end for nearly $15 for a burger. Think the taste that came straight away was the hummus, which is great. There was a little bit of spice from the chilli jam, but not a lot. Didn't really notice the pickled carrot. Ordered both the chips and onion rings, again for nearly $10 for a bowl was on the expensive end, but both were great - the onion rings were big and crispy and I went with the 'fat chips' and were well cooked, crunchy and fluffy on the inside.
King St Melbourne
Just one veggie burger on the menu for $17.50 - Chickpea & roast sweet potato patty, tomato, lettuce, tasty cheese and harissa yoghurt served with chips. Burger was ok, nothing remarkable. Think it could have done with some more flavour, chilli sauce or tomato relish? Bun was soft, not toasted. Chips were luke warm so weren't quite fresh.
861 High St, Thornbury
Kustom Burgers has only been open a few months, walked past it many times, finally had the opportunity to give it a try. Just the one veggie burger on the menu, Combi Southern Fried Mushroom burger which consisted of Fried Portobello Mushroom coated in herbs and spices, cheese, jalapenos, chipolte mayo and coleslaw. Initially when I bit into this burger I was wondering where the flavour was, could taste the cabbage in the coleslaw and the crunch of the crumbed mushroom coating had a bit of spice, but not much else. Then I hit the sauce. Reminded me of the good old 'Special Sauce' on a Big Mac but with more of a kick from the jalapenos and more mustard flavour. The chips were nice and crunchy, above the average.
Federation Square Melbourne
Been to Burger Deluxe a few times and remembered it was not too bad, but was disappointed this time. The veggie burger has a red lentil pattie, lettuce, cheese, tomato, beetroot, pineapple, mayo and deluxe sauce. Firstly, the bun tasted a bit stale and while the pattie had a nice flavour, it was overcooked and was hard. I couldn't taste the deluxe sauce, so can't say what it was. The dominate flavours were the beetroot, mayo and pineapple. Chips were fairly average too.
273 Hawthorn Road Caulfield
This is a tiny place, we went there at 12pm on a Saturday afternoon, and there was no where to sit, so we ended up sitting on benches in the gardens of the Town Hall opposite. I ordered the Veggie Wedgie burger for $9.50 - beetroot, lentil and brown rice patty, lettuce, tomato, onion, pickles, cheese and Tuck Shop special sauce on a soft bun. The patty had a nice flavour, could taste the beetroot. The other dominant flavour was the pickles and a bit from the sauce, although can't say I tasted much of the sauce. Overall, was a good burger although I think I would have preferred the bun toasted. Also had the server of chips, which were nice and crisp. I also ordered the Salted Fantale milkshake and it really tasted like a fantale! Really enjoyed it.