Pickle n Roast

Written by THE FOOD SOCIETY on . Posted in $ Cheap as chips, Burgers, Camberwell, Fast Food, VICTORIA

Pickle n Roast
Location: 724 Burke Road, Camberwell, VIC 3124
Contact: 03 9813 1919

Election day is usually marked by community bakes and sausage sizzles, but this time, instead of waiting in line for a snag, we thought we’d give the new kid on the block (Pickle n Roast) a go. Situated in Camberwell, Pickle n Roast serves up mammoth gourmet burgers and healthy sandwiches alongside coffee in the form of Mio beans.

The meat here is purchased from the market on a daily basis whilst the burger buns are fresh from La Madre Bakery in Geelong. I have to warn you in advance though, that from order to finish the burgers take quite a bit of time to come out – it wasn’t busy but it took 40 minutes to get the burger. We are told that this is because everything is made fresh (including the patty), which is a good thing but a bit of a worry given that the place wasn’t busy (there were around 3 people there) and the wait time is already this long. It’s definitely something that will need to be fixed once business picks up.

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Aussie burger ($12.5) and chips

What else to order but those burgers – the burger is humongous and packed to the brim with fresh ingredients. The Pickle n Roast beef patty is thick and juicy, and topped off with lettuce, crispy bacon, egg, tomato, a slice of beetroot, addictive cheese and the staple PnR sauce. So bad, but oh so good at the same time.

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Aussie burger ($12.5)

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Aussie burger ($12.5) / burger porn

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Aussie burger ($12.5) 

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Small chips ($3.5)

And the best thing about it is that the addictiveness of the burger is complemented by even more addictive chips. Crunchy and golden, they’re herbed and salted in the right amounts.

Pickle n Roast is definitely worth a visit if you’re a bit of a burger aficionado, however I do hope that the wait times improve going forward. It’d be worth visiting at an off-peak hour (to avoid longer waiting times, which can reach well into the 60 minute zone).

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