Chur Burger Surry Hills closes
Warren Turnbull has confirmed he will close the doors of Chur Burger Surry Hills after six years in business.
The Chur team announced the news on Instagram, naming 17 August as the final day of service.
“All good things must sadly come to an end, so we will be closing up shop,” reads the post. “Warren and his family have decided to leave Sydney and pursue adventures in Brisbane.”
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OUR LAST DAY IS AUGUST 17TH ‼️😭 7 years ago we opened with a plan to serve the best burgers Sydney’s ever tasted. Over the years we’ve met some pretty amazing people, and served burgers to people from all over the globe and from all walks of life. We want to thank each and everyone person that’s come in for a chat and a bite to eat – we couldn’t have done it without you. Whether you’ve been coming in for years or just stopped by once, we appreciate it and have had a blast serving you. All good things must sadly come to an end, so we will be closing up shop on the 17th of August. Warren and his family have decided to leave Sydney and pursue adventures in Brisbane (keep an eye out for a familiar face😉) and are taking Chur with them, so while this is goodbye Surry Hills it’s not goodbye Chur. You can still catch us at @churburgerfoodtruck @churburgerrootyhill @churburgerairport! Come in for a goodbye burger and let us say thank you for 7 years of support. Chuuuur bro!!!Advertisement
But it’s not all bad news, the Chur burger truck will continue to operate along with the Chur outlets at Sydney airport and Made By The Hill in Rooty Hill RSL.
Turnbull put the Albion Street site up for sale last year and has sold the location to a cafe owner from Coogee.
The chef has plans to open a cafe in the suburbs of Brisbane and will revisit the Chur brand once it’s up and running.