Located in Subiaco, Jus Burgers is an institution for burgers. I always remembered going to Jus Burgers with my friends after uni for a catch up or to celebrate the end of another semester. It has been a while since my last visit and recently, Elwyn and I were invited to try some burgers and sides at Jus Burgers Subiaco. We sat at the alfresco dining area enjoying the beautiful summer breeze as the sun was about to set. With such a mouthwatering selection of burgers on the menu, we decided to try the diner style sliders. All the diner style sliders and burgers are served on grilled brioche buns.
Wagyu Beef Americano – char-grilled wagyu beef patty with pickles, streaky bacon, american cheese, aioli, lettuce, onion, mustard & ketchup. A delicious burger overall although the beef patty was a tad dry and would be better if it was juicier in texture.
Spicy Pulled Beef Brisket – slow cooked beef, slaw, kraft american cheese, iceberg, pickled onions and chipotle tabasco. This burger was one of our favourites. The beef brisket was soft and tender and the chipotle tabasco gave a great punch of spice and flavour.
South East Asian – chilli lime coconut relish, slaw, aioli, salad, crispy shallots & garlic with original Jus Burgers meat or vegetarian. For the South East Asian burger, we chose the fish. The fish was fresh and not overpowering in flavour. We really liked how the chilli lime coconut relish added sweetness and a touch of Asian flavours to the burger.
Buttermilk Fried Chicken – sriracha slaw, iceberg, chipotle aioli and pickles. We loved the crispy textures of the buttermilk fried chicken patty. We thought that the chicken patty was slightly dry and could be more juicier. Overall, still a flavoursome burger.
The burger experience is incomplete without a side of chips! We had steak cut chips, sweet potato wedges and house-made onion rings. The sides were equally delicious. We loved how the sprinkled herbs on the steak cut chips gave a really good flavour.
We had a great experience at Jus Burgers and Jus Burgers did evoke some great memories of the burgers I had during my uni days.