Monday is the least convenient day for eating out with numerous establishments closed for the day. They want a break following the weekend rush and customers are less inclined to dine out so early in the week. Like the restaurants, though, T also chose to take off Mondays. So our plans to eat at the then newly opened Goku Ramen Bar dashed, we head back across the road to Buger 10.
I’d been always curious about the Halloumi Roll ($12.50) and having tried two of their burgers, I felt it was time. It consists of traditional mini pretzel buns, grilled halloumi, minted yogurt coleslaw, rocket & tomato relish.
Halloumi has the most delicious texture and here it was briny and grilled to perfection on a bed of fresh, tangy and crunchy veges. The rolls were tender with a distinct pretzel flavour although it could’ve been a tad less soft with a crisper crust. Overall, the halloumi and the pretzel rolls hit the spot for a ‘meaty’ cheese and carbs.
T goes for the Lamb Burger ($12.90) and enjoys it immensely. This is the burger for Greece with a classic burger bun; lamb, oregano, mint and fetta cheese patty, charred eggplant puree, red capsicum, Spanish onion, kalamata olives and cucumber tzatziki.
Burger 10 continues to have a good variety of tasty regionally inspired burgers to suit every taste.
Burger 10 is at 39 Glebe Point Rd, Glebe NSW 2037.