On the lookout for the best burgers in Tasmania? From overflowing stacks to simple cheeseburgers, we’ve got you covered for a great Tassie feast.
Given the range of amazing produce on offer – coupled with world class chefs – it’s hardly surprising that the standard of Australian burgers is off the charts. Tasmania is no different.
Ready for a feast?
Best burgers in Tasmania
Jack Green dishes out a hearty menu of big burgers or small sliders that you can mix and match served with thick cut fries and perfectly cold beers. Perfection, really.
Their extensive menu has been carefully constructed to cater for all needs, from children’s meals to gluten free. They also have a huge focus on sourcing all their produce locally, so you can chow down in the knowledge you’re eating sustainably.
Juicy, full of flavour and downright delicious.
It’s all about the quality of the ingredients here, with their beef patties and fried chicken made from scratch, while they bake the buns fresh every morning. Droolworthy stuff.
Burger Junkie is a funky food truck serving up some of the best burgers in Tasmania. The menu is inspired by the owners’ Canadian roots, with toppings such as maple whiskey glaze and thick bacon. Burgers here are big, with regular creative specials.
With a mixture of dine-in stores and food trucks across the country, you’ll never be too far away from their burgers and that’s a really good thing. Huge on flavour and perfect for sliding into your mouth all in one go.
As the name suggests, Phat Fish is all about seafood. While they do have a seriously good beef burger, it’s their soft shell crab burger you need. It comes with lettuce, cajun mayo & chips. Kudos to the cleverly named “my partner isn’t hungry’ side order of chips and onion rings.
There’s 30 burgers options on the menu, with beef, chicken, lamb and veggie, but keep things classic and try their signature Soul Burger. It’s a juicy beast of Tassie beef, lettuce, tomato, tangy red onion, relish & soul mayo.
There’s four locations in Tasmania, so you’ll never be too far away from one of these burgers.