Rockpool Dining Group has launched a new Burger Project site in Sydney’s Parramatta, located on the ground floor of V by Crown Group’s 29-storey development.
The group’s ninth Burger Project in the country, and the first in western Sydney, is similar in look and feel to its counterparts, sporting a smart casual interior designed by Grant Cheyne.
Housed in Crown Group’s vertical retail and residential village, Burger Project Parramatta is one of the largest Burger Project shopfronts to date, with a glass frontage, large open kitchen, and seating for around 90.
The menu features 14 burgers, with ingredients including 36 month grass-fed Cape Grim beef from Tasmania, free range Lilydale chicken, and crumbed confit mushroom.
Shakes, sodas and iced teas are all made in-house.
The Rockpool Dining Group’s culinary director and founder of Burger Project, Neil Perry said he was excited to cater to Burger Project’s demand in Sydney’s west and to be creating around 30 jobs in the local area.
“Western expansion has been in our sights for some time,” he said. “Many of our Sydney customers stem from the west and Parramatta is an impressive and lively city undergoing an amazing transformation.
“We’re thrilled to be part of this incredible community and to be bringing our lovely burgers, hand-made with slow food values, to its incredibly diverse food scene.”