Popular food critic on social media calls new Five Guys burger chain a ‘rip-off’

Fast food critic labels new Five Guys store in Australia ‘scam’ and urges burger fans to buy cheaper version at Hungry Jacks instead

  • TikTok creator ‘Abrakebabra_reviews’ posted his thoughts on the new Five Guys store
  • In the first video, he expressed his outrage at the $215 note, saying it was a “scam”
  • The food reviewer tasted the burger in a second video and was not impressed
  • He claimed that the quality of the burger was the same as the fast food shop Hungry Jacks
  • The reviewer’s clear opinion sparked a deluge of comments online










A popular fast food reviewer has criticized an American hamburger chain that recently arrived in Australia, claiming it is a ‘scam’ and has the same quality of products as Hungry Jacks.

TikTok creator Fred, who is known in the social media app for his heartfelt opinions, recently visited the new Five Guys burger restaurant in Penrith and posted about his experience on Tuesday.

In the first video, the food critic disapproved of the cost of his $215 food order that included six burgers, three milkshakes, four fries and four drinks.

TikTok creator ‘Abrakebabra_reviews’ recently visited the new Five Guys burger restaurant in Penrith and posted several videos about his experience (stock image)

The order included six burgers, three milkshakes, four fries and four drinks, which came to a whopping $215 and the outraged reviewer said it was a

The order included six burgers, three milkshakes, four fries and four drinks, which came to a whopping $215 and the outraged reviewer said it was a “rip-off.”

Outraged at what he thought was an astronomical amount to spend on a fast food meal, the reviewer stated it was a rip off.

In a second video, he showed the burger, which cost $19, and took a bite to see if the taste matched the price.

However, after a few bites, the food reviewer quickly stated that the burger was nothing special and that the quality was on par with the popular fast food chain Hungry Jacks.

In a second video, he showed the burger, which cost $19, and tasted his take on the expensive burger

In a second video, he showed the burger, which cost $19, and tasted his take on the expensive burger

When did Five Guys land in Australia?

American citizen giant Five Guys opened its doors on September 20 in Sydney’s western suburb of Penrith.

Seagrass Boutique Hospitality in Sydney has acquired the rights to be the brand’s main franchisee in Australia.

Five Guys is a family-run burger and chip shop that started in America in 1986.

Now there are locations in North America, Europe, the Middle East and Asia, with expansion planned to New Zealand.

The franchise is known for its customizable, made-to-order burgers with a choice of 15 toppings and American-style milkshakes.

“It’s Hungry Jacks. I can’t justify paying this amount for this,’ he exclaimed.

“I’m going straight to Hungry Jacks.”

He added that the citizen was “f*****gs**t” and “slop” and told his followers to save their money.

“I’m telling you, go to Hungry Jacks, get a double whopper, save that damn money, because that’s what this is.”

However, after a few bites, the food reviewer quickly stated that the quality of the burger was on par with the popular fast food chain Hungry Jacks (stock image)

However, after a few bites, the food reviewer quickly stated that the quality of the burger was on par with the popular fast food chain Hungry Jacks (stock image)

The Sydney food fan’s opinion of the American chain caused a flood of reactions from passionate food lovers.

Many people were amazed at the prices and said they wouldn’t make the trip to the store.

One user wrote: ‘They won’t last long in Australia at those prices’.

“Saved me a 30 minute trip this weekend, thanks. Asking $10 for a milkshake,” said another user.

Sydney food fan's opinion of the US food chain sparked a wave of reactions from passionate food lovers (stock image)

Sydney food fan’s opinion of the US food chain sparked a wave of reactions from passionate food lovers (stock image)

Another wrote: ‘I was never a fan of it when I lived in America’.

While a fourth said: ‘It really does look like a whopper!’

However, some people felt that the food reviewer shouldn’t have complained about the cost of the items if he had seen them before ordering.

One user wrote: ‘What, you didn’t see the prices before ordering? Don’t pay and then complain. I don’t understand people or these negative comments.’

“You knew the price in advance anyway,” said another.

While a third wrote: ‘I’ve had Five Guys in multiple countries, quality always great and decent $.’

Daily Mail Australia has contacted Five Guys for comment.

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