17 Hamilton Street, Mont Albert VIC 3127 - Australia
+61 3 8590 6448
"What does JD's stand for?" J stands for Japan and D stands for Daniel. Daniel is the Entrepeneur & Founder behind JD's Burgers, founded in August 2014.
Bored of the Same Old Burger Scene? Daniel thought so too. Thus, JD's Burgers was born. Strongly inspired by Japanese Culture, Cuisine & Lifestyle - Daniel decided to do something adventurous that no one has ever dared do before - A Truly Unique Selling Point:
The Fusion of The Best - Japanese Cuisine with an American, Australian, Korean, Hong Kong, Thai, Indonesian & Taiwan Eastern & Western Fusion Cuisine Concept & Execute the many Traditional Recipes & Modify them all into a Fluffy French Brioche Bun that truly offers a Unique & Honest Asian Fusion Burger Experience that will knock your senses out.
Daniel grew up in a Multicultural City with so many cultures fused into one country, is what really made JD's Burgers possible. JD's Burgers is not just a business concept, but rather Daniel's personality transformed into a delicious product & menu.
The burger choices are amazing. There are the Super Saiyan, the King Kai and also the Vegeta burger. DBZ fans will appreciate lol.
Come in & Knock your Tastebuds Out & Try The Asian Fusion Burger Experience Now!
Type of cuisine: Original asian fusion burgers
Opening Hours: Weekdays 4-9pm & Weekends 12-9pm.
Price range: From 12.9AUD to 27.4AUD for the Super Saiyan Burger (level 4), add 5.5AUD for additional level!
Menus and information are available on: http://jdsburgers.com.au/
How to find JD's Burgers
JD's Burgers is close to Churchill Cafe and Larder, Cantina Centrale serving pizza, pasta and charcuterie platters, and Grill Work (Mont Albert).
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Why giving 5/5 to a burger? In reality it's not just the burger or the french fries, it is the concept, i really like it!. The fusion of US burger style with Japanese style, it's very interesting. My favourite is the Teriyaki burger, it's just yummy served with beer battered chips. My friend tested the Satay chicken burger, a little bit spicy but delicious too. We were amazed to see a couple of student eating huge burger! We don't know if they good wine the challenge or not! :)
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