Local burger chain Grill’d has taken meat off the menu at two locations in Sydney and Melbourne.

The Darlinghurst and Collingwood stores are now Impossibly Grill’d venues, which offer a plant-based dining experience from start to finish.

“We’re thrilled to open the doors of Impossibly Grill’d, an entirely new healthy, sustainable plant-based restaurant concept where guests can enjoy the tastiest meat-free burgers in Australia,” says Managing Director and Founder Simon Crowe.

“Whether you’re vegetarian-ish, plant based or experimenting with going meat-free, Grill’d is an progressive brand that supports all food tribes no matter consumer’s needs and preferences.”

Grill’d was the first Australian chain to put Impossible’s products on the menu, with four burgers including a vegan cheeseburger and the Impossible Garden Goodness proving to be a hit with diners nationwide.

The Collingwood and Darlinghurst locations have 23 burgers on the menu alongside sides and salads.

Options include the Impossible Crispy Facon and Cheese (facon, tasty cheese, cos, tomato, Spanish onion, relish and herbed mayo); Sweet Chilli Chick’n (beetroot, shredded carrot, cos, tomato, Spanish onion, relish and sweet chilli mayo) and the Impossible Mighty (facon, free-range egg, tasty cheese, beetroot, cos, tomato, Spanish onion, relish and herbed mayo).

Sides cover fried chick’n bites along with Grilld’s selection of fries which encompass sweet potato, zucchini and potato, which can also be ordered with toppings.

The stores have undergone an interior refresh to suit the food offering and are now decked out according to an all-green theme.

Grill’d currently has 145 stores located across the country.