L’Burger is the all-round package when it comes to Melbourne burgers – perfect burgers, perfect location, perfect venue. Located right next to Glenferrie Road train station, naturally, on the bustling Glenferrie road, L’Burger is a spacious, brightly-lit diner like space with exceptional customer service. Their burgers feature the best quality ingredients, utilised to their maximum potential – special shoutout to my favourite, Prawn Noir burger featuring Panko-crumb prawn cutlets! They have a great combination of proteins and house-made sauces, making it overall one of my favourite burger spots to date. This is an underrated Melbourne burger joint that is clamouring to be among everyone’s go-to list.

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Prawn Noir (Lemon Caper mayonnaise, salad mix, Panko crumbed fried prawn cutlets, chipotle mayonnaise) – $15.0

The good fat: We started with the $14.0 Luxemburger, with a deliciously juicy Angus beef patty, topped with melted Gruyere cheese and crispy, double-smoked bacon that added not only that extra crunch of texture, but also that classic bacon saltiness we all guiltily love. The Porcini mushroom mayonnaise and house-made tomato onion was the best combination of sauces, and the portion of salad mix was perfect!

The highlight for me was undoubtedly the Prawn Noir burger – especially the Panko crumbed fried prawn inside, OMG! I’ve never tried a prawn burger but this worked like magic, the panko was fried perfectly, crumbling into little pieces as I bit through to reach the delicious juicy prawn cutlet underneath… It was perfectly combined with the portions of salad and light lemon-based sauces to emphasise the seafood.

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Tasting Plate (House fries, sweet potato fries, onion rings, L’Slaw) – $10.0

The onion rings on their tasting plate are my favourite yet as they didn’t have any of the onion spiciness that often occurs if it’s too raw! Instead their slightly moist softness gave the perfect contrast to the crispiness outside.

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Chocolate Oreo Housemade Belgian Waffle – $12.5

Highlight of our dessert was the crispy warmth of the belgian waffle – it was surprisingly airy rather than being too dense, and the oreo cream cheese was such a unique and delicious idea that wasn’t overly sweet! As per usual, icecream is always a simple yet necessary addition to any warm dessert.

The bad fat: Nothing truly memorable about the fries and quite a small range of desserts (only waffles) but all in all a pretty perfect Melbourne burger joint!


YES! Probably one of my favourite burger joints to date! (Not that I’ve had many) But L’Burger definitely does not receive as much credit as it deserves for the quality of their burgers!


CHECK THEM OUT HERE: https://lburger.com.au/

2wofatgirls would like to thank L’Burger for the invitation to dine – these opinions are strictly unbiased and were influenced in no way by the collaboration

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