Biggie drives down the highway to get home everyday. There’s this freaky poster/banner that has an unpleasant picture of a nasty looking clown. Every weekend that we drive past the poster we always make some comment about it. Without looking at it closely, the poster reminds us of Killa Burger. We have no idea what the poster is advertising (and I should probably go and check it out) but it always made us wonder why we have yet to try the massive burgers that was so widely talked about sometime early last year.
Thinking that it was just another fast food burger chain – we were totally wrong. The Killa Burger menu
offers a variety of burgers and in different sizes.
What catches our eye, obviously, is the “killa” sized burger – a burger that is 30cm in diameter. Wow. Look at the size of the burger compared to my hand! The menu board suggests that it feeds 4. In my opinion it would feed 4 girls or 2/3 guys, depending on their appetite.
Biggie opts for the chicken burger - chicken, cheese, lettuce, tomato and mayonnaise – in the killa size, of course ($20). While waiting for our order, we had a bit of sneak peak into the kitchen where they were preparing the burgers. Both our mouths dropped when we saw the size of the bun. It looked as if it took the worker had to get a saw to slice the bun in half! Everything was just super sized – I thought I had a whole jar of mayonnaise, a whole bulb of lettuce and a whole garden of tomatoes. It was amazing to watch. We were just in awe.
For an extra $5 you can make your burger a meal deal and get a jumbo serving of chips and a 1.25L drink.
The overall taste of the chicken burger was quite satisfying. The chicken was nicely cooked and was seasoned well, the mayonnaise was nice and creamy, there was plenty of cheese and veggies and the bun itself had lots of flavour. Together, it was a well balanced burger, probably except for the fact that there was too much bun for Biggie and I. Other than that, the burger definitely got a two thumbs up from the both of us.
Killa Burger Grill has the Killa Challenge, whereby you sit in the “Killa Kage” that they have set up, and you have 60 minutes to finish the killa burger, wicked chips, killa drink and killa soft serve. Successfully doing so means winning some “killa prizes” and getting your name up on the Killa Burger Grill Wall of Fame. Have you got what it takes?
We can’t wait to hit up Killa Burger Grill again, this time with our friends. Bring it on the eating competition, kids……
Killa Burger Grill
70 The Horsley Drive
Carramar, NSW, Australia
Tel: +61 2 9755 2002