Days pass me in a blink of an eye, or I am just lacking time management skills as of late. Or rather, the entire year, this year just cannot end fast enough – can 2016 be here already?
During my uni break I wanted to catch up on backlogged posts but I have no idea where time went. So instead of doing that, I added more eats. This includes venturing to Bondi Beach for Bonditony’s Burger Joint on a sunny winter’s day with the lovely Miss Bianca from For Foods Sake.
Music pumping, burgers zooming past us, children’s colouring hanging from the walls, we were both seated on the bench watching the kitchen. All the more to make our bellies grumble and want everything on the menu, but we knew better….
|The tripping zeahorse $13.90|
The trippin zeahorse was packed with pretty much everything, so I guess I wasn’t wrong when I said we wanted everything, cause we got it in this burger for sure. The mustard was rather dominant throughout the burger, the cheese melted all over the patty just made my heart flutter, the burger was juicy and that golden bun soft, it was a pure mess to eat.
|Humptydumptysmash $10.90 (+$4 patty)|
We both eyed the humpty dumpty smash, completely curious to whether this was a burger or a bunless burger? But it’s only available on weekends, so we’re totally getting this. I admit, the hash brown was just screaming at me on the menu, telling me I had to order this. The waitress told us it was a burger and we could add a meat patty for $4, who were we to say no to that!? Hands down, a favourite between the two of us, it hit all the right spots with the crispy bacon, egg and don’t forget that hash brown. The little bits of potato subtly boosting flavour between this monster.
It could be a little loud with music for a real catch up, but perhaps sitting outside on a warm day would be much easier for that. But don’t worry about talking, you’re all too busy eating for that.
Bondi Tony’s Burger Joint
1/144 – 148 Glenayr Ave,