The True blue Aussie burger is a premium Australian Wagyu beef burger.
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DUBAI – In celebration of Australia Day on January 26, Jones the Grocer will be paying homage to Australia with the launch of an Aussie-inspired tasting menu and treats.
The restaurant chain opened its first store in Sydney 25-years ago.
From January 22 to February 9, Jones the Grocer will be showcasing the authentic taste of the state of Victoria with a range of products to purchase, some sauces to rubs.
Get ready to sink your teeth into the ultimate Aussie experience with a selection of gourmet burgers bursting with global flavours. Prices start at Dh69.
The True blue Aussie burger is a premium Australian Wagyu beef burger topped with sweet roasted beetroot and grilled pineapple, a fried egg, oozing with cheddar and lashing of crispy beef bacon.
Also try the Barbie beef burger, made with tender pulled Australian beef brisket and topped with sweet BBQ sauce, spiced battered onion rings, cucumber, grilled pineapple and citrus dressed slaw.
The Woollahra and beyond is a meaty vegan cheeseburger with an array of gourmet flavours including tart balsamic onion balanced by caramelised slow roasted portobello mushrooms.
The Out crabin’ is a crunchy tempura battered soft shell crab burger, adorned with sweet and tangy toppings including mango, shallots, coriander, pomegranate salsa and lime mayo, dusted in smoked paprika.
Lastly, the zesty Chook –o–dile Dundee, a lemon pepper crumbed chicken burger topped with spiced labneh, Boston lettuce and pickled slaw. ICA/Expat Media
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