Rockpool Dining Group will launch another Burger Project venue on 24 March, this time at Melbourne Central, on the ground floor of the LaTrobe Street shopping centre.
The group’s tenth Burger Project in the country, and the third in Melbourne, is similar in look and feel to its counterparts, sporting a smart-casual interior designed by architect Grant Cheyne.
Burger Project Melbourne Central is one of the largest Burger Projects to date, spread over two levels, with a large open kitchen and seating for around 100 customers.
The menu features 14 hand-crafted burgers showcasing 36 month, grass-fed Cape Grim beef from Tasmania, free range Lilydale chicken, as well as a vegetarian crumbed confit mushroom option.
The menu also includes chips, house-churned softserve, shakes, sodas and iced teas.
Founder of Burger Project and Rockpool Dining Group head of culinary, Neil Perry, said he was excited to cater to Burger Project’s demand in Melbourne and to be creating around 30 new jobs.
“Expansion in Melbourne has been in our sights for some time,” he said. “Melbourne Central is such a prime location, with thousands of workers, shoppers and residents passing by every day.”