The fact that Burger Theory is running at all is due, in no small part, to the assistance of these guys.
In June we opened a fixed premise next to our prep kitchen in conjunction with "La Waffle", a wholesale waffle-making company from Sydney. "Pearl's Diner" is tucked away in suburbia at 38 Briar Road, Felixstow, and is open Wednesday through Friday from 5pm to 9pm, and on Saturday and Sunday from 10:30am to 2:30pm. Thanks go to artist Matt Stuckey for bringing Pearl to life. Read more at Timeout.com/adelaide
Following an introduction from the other helpful Josh in our lives (Fanning), Josh (Baker) immediately offered up part of his premises in order to play host to our first city service. He then squared it off with the other Leigh St businesses (to whom we offer an extended thanks!). Aside from providing a serious 'leg up' in our development, he showed us how we could work with other businesses to make things beneficial for all. It helps that he also makes one of the best cups of coffee going around.
Special thanks to the Maras Group for their part in finding service places for the Burger Theory truck.
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Richard Gunner, founder of Feast, also found us in our earliest days. It turned out that we shared an interest in adding some serious beef to Adelaide’s burger scene. We have come to judge his recommendations on meat cuts and ages as sacrosanct, just as we are supremely grateful for his flexibility in the face of our fluctuating orders.
A burger without a bun is no burger at all.