We’re often up at Lakeside Joondalup Shopping Centre, but since we’re not too fussed by what’s on offer in the food court, we usually visit Grilld.
A franchise that had originally started in the eastern states, has become very popular here in Perth and grown rapidly in WA. They seem to be popping up everywhere lately; Hillarys, Scarborough, Subiaco, Claremont, Mount Lawley and there’s a couple in the CBD. We’ve visited almost all of them now and they’re consistently good from store to store. We think the best burgers are at Joondalup and Subiaco; though they’re all good really. We especially like the atmosphere of Grill’d in Brookfield Place (CBD).
I’m a bit guilty of ALWAYS going for the same burger. There are so many tempting varieties, but the Summer Sunset gets me every time. It is sooooo tasty!! Next time I’ll try something new… Really…
SUMMER SUNSET ( $13.50)
Grilled grass fed lean beef, avocado, crispy trim bacon, golden pineapple, salad, relish & herbed mayo.
Chef branched out a little more and went for the Moroccan Lamb burger. I got “Burger Envy” and he was kind enough to let me have a bite! It was delicious.
MOROCCAN LAMB ($13.50)
Grilled 100% grass fed lean lamb, roasted peppers, tzatziki, salad & relish. The chips, tossed in herbs are great too, especially with a dunk into the herb mayo.
Grill’d is cheap-ish, but the quality of ingredients is not compromised. It’s also a cheerful place, they even get involved with the local community. Each month, through their scheme “Local Matters”, they donate $500 to a worthy group. This is decided by the customers, by placing their bottle top (given with each burger) into a jar of their choice; volunteer fire fighting groups, surf lifesaving and other charitable and sporting groups are encompassed. Grill’d is simple – their yummy scrummy burgers mean we’ll be back again and again! And I’d say their claim – on the below sign – isn’t too far off the mark!
Find out more about Grill’d Joondalup on the website.