I’d heard good things about the burger place Missy Moos in Freo and made a mental note to try it sometime. Recently, a second Missy Moos had opened at The Mezz Shopping Centre in Mount Hawthorn. Since that’s much closer to home, we tried it for dinner on one of those “can’t be bothered to cook” nights.
At the Mezz there’s a great courtyard surrounded by restaurants, cafes and takeaways. In the middle is a playground for the kids, so it’s very family friendly. Missy Moo’s is a top spot for kids and the young at heart. The burgers are named after nursery rhymes, there’s a children’s corner with toys and even an old-school computer arcade game to have a play on.
Chef placed our order and looked a little confused when the person at the counter handed him a toy train, our table marker. There’s no numbers on sticks here, it’s all good family fun. Board games are printed on the table tops, so we played snakes and ladders on the table whilst we waited for our dinner. It arrived in no time, held together with a knife.
Chef had “HUMPTY DUMPTY” ($15.50) WA lean beef patty, tasty cheddar,
free-range egg, grilled pineapple, beetroot, baby spinach, aioli & Margaret River tomato relish.
Little Chef had a slider version of the “YANKEE DOODLE” WA lean beef pattie, tasty cheddar, fresh white onion, American mustard & ketchup. It was the perfect size for him. There is a children’s menu, but you can also have a mini version of any burger made. Perfect for kids and those who like to try a bit of this and that.
Missy Moo’s is a gourmet burger café in the same vein as Jus, Grill’d and V. For next time,the super crispy onion rings look delicious and they also do gourmet toasties. If you’re gluten intolerant, Missy Moos has a GF Bun for an extra $1.50 Premium local ingredients are used and they make for very tasty burgers indeed.