This delicious $20 burger made with a dim sim and a potato cake has been voted one of the BEST in Australia – so would you try it?
- The best burger in Victoria has been announced in a national competition
- Easey’s $20 ‘Motz Madness’ Creation Was Crowned Best
- The ‘controversial’ beef burger is made with a dim sim, potato cake and cheese
- The competition continues with a final round when state borders reopen
A ‘controversial’ beefburger made with a dim sim and potato cake has been voted the best in Victoria in a national competition.
Easey’s in Melbourne took the title in the Litt Burger of Origin competition with the creation ‘Motz Madness’.
The $20 Double Oklahoma Baked Onion Burger with Cheese is only available to order through the A small app and is available for two weeks – so customers need to act quickly.
50 customers within 3 miles of Easey’s burger restaurant in Collingwood will also score the burger for free by the end of Wednesday 25th August.
Easey’s in Melbourne took the title in the Litt Burger of Origin competition with its ‘Motz Madness’ creation – a mouthwatering beef burger made with dim sim and potato cake
The $20 double Oklahoma fried onion burger can only be ordered through the Litt app and will be available for two weeks — so customers need to act fast
Easey’s was crowned the best burger in Victoria and will be judged against the other finalist from across Australia at a later date.
For the first time ever, a national burger competition is being held where the best burger joints across the country compete to decide which state produces the best burger.
All 17 participating burger joints were tasked with creating a unique burger for the competition, which has to be “their best burger ever.”
Due to Covid-19, only Brisbane, Sydney and Melbourne were assessed before the border was closed.
Brisbane, Gold Coast and Sydney were assessed in May, Melbourne was assessed in June and Perth and Hobart will be assessed once borders reopen.
Easey’s was crowned the best burger in Victoria and will be judged against the other finalist from across Australia at a later date
The match was paused due to the lockdown when Chief Justice and Melbourne resident Cal Stubbs was banned from entering both Western Australia and Tasmania.
Other top burger joints in Melbourne that made the top five were Hello Sam, It’s a Burger and Rude Boy Burger.
Litt is also an Australian-designed social media app that grew in popularity earlier this year in February.
“Australia threw their support behind us when Facebook gave our country the film, so here’s our way of thanking you: by giving away a truckload of the country’s best burgers while also giving much-needed attention to small businesses. said Brett Thompson, co-founder of Litt.
“This campaign also gives us an opportunity to showcase our Aussie-developed ingenuity,” said Peter Salom, co-founder of Litt.
“We believe that Litt’s augmented reality advertising component is unique to a social media platform, there is nothing quite like it in the world.”
THE 17 RANKED LOCATIONS
1. Peanut Butter Jelly Official
2. Bar Luca
3. Eat at Robs
4. Wing Mall
2. Hello Sam
4. Rude Boy Burger
1. Fat Boyz
2. Meet & Bun
4. Gravy Burgers
5. St Quentin’s Kitchen
1. Red Hook Burgers
2. Hashtag Burgers and Waffles