Time Out Says
Lad’s Burger stands out – and not just because of the waiters in their stripy ’50s diner-style aprons but because we catch a glimpse of the appetising burgers being gobbled up by happy diners.
The interior is small, just a couple of tables, but a seat outside is ideal for people watching so grab one of those.
The menu isn’t huge either with six 100 percent wagyu beef burger options. Keep it simple with the classic burger wedged into a super soft, squishy bun, or if you’re in the camp that believes pineapple works on pizza, you will want to give the Piña Colada burger a go – it really works.
A choice of chicken burger or a chicken taouk are the alternatives. The vegan burger, a mixed vegetable patty wedged between in a bun dark wheat and oat bun, is the perfect meat- and dairy-free option.
Pasta is also on the menu, but we don’t deviate from the star attraction.
You’ll also want to save space or the huge shakes and desserts. The Oreo cheesecake and the Kinder Nutella crêpe are worth forgetting about your diet for.
Lad’s Burger gets it right from start to finish and savoury to sweet.
Oh, and did we mention that it’s open 24-seven? That’s those midnight burgers cravings sorted.
WHAT IS IT...
A burger joint that takes things up a notch
The juicy burgers, crispy fries and sensational milkshakes
27 Nov 2019
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