Location: East Victoria Park, Vic Park Village (also in Floreat)
After my invite to the V Burger Bar in Floreat earlier in October for a special bloggers night where V Burger Bar unveiled their new brioche range, they had generously provided us a gift bag. Inside contained certain items including a $20 voucher so I headed to the Eat Vic Park store to use it. I had been meaning to visit V Burger well before the invite to try the Lambaabaa and finally did today. I also grabbed some onion rings.
Onion Rings with Aioli $6
In a short time a plate of golden onion rings were presented. Stacked high and looking very tempting, I dove in. They weren’t oily, perfectly cooked, lovely, crunchy batter encasing soft onion and enjoyed with aioli. These are really delicious and helped to quell my grumbling stomach. After I had eaten through a fair amount of the onion rings, my burger was presented. Quick service out of the kitchen.
Tasty lamb patty, gourmet lettuce, tomato, onion, chilli pickle relish & garlic cucumber yoghurt
This burger is served on a delicious Turkish bun. The new range I tried at the bloggers night featured brioche buns. The lambaabaa has a lovely combination of ingredients which make the burger really tasty. The chilli pickle relish is noticeable with a lovely moist sweet flavour and there’s additional moistness provided by the yoghurt. The lamb patty is well cooked but lacking seasoning and flavour. It’s a little dry and lacks punch which was disappointing. The other ingredients help to mask these deficiencies so the overall burger is tasty, but it could be so much more.
V Burger Bar Food Review Summary
Verdict: I stopped in to the East Vic Park store and ordered the lambaabaa and onion rings. The service out of the kitchen was quick and in no time I was feasting on golden brown, perfectly deep fried, not oily, delicious onion rings with aioli. The burger followed a short time later and it was very tasty with the relish and yoghurt providing flavour and moistness to the burger, along with the tasty Turkish buns. The lamb patty is chunky and well cooked, but lacking seasoning and punch. The other ingredients mask these deficiencies so the overall burger is tasty, but it could be so much more.
V Burger Bar Restaurant Details
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