Saturday, February 3, 2018

Burger Point, Marsden Park - Riverstone

There is no doubt that in the last 2 years, Sydney’s west is getting a lot of burger love. From food trucks such as Mate Burger and Chucks to shops like Burgerhead in Penrith, the west is sorted with so many options. Amongst those shops is Burger Point in Marsden Park.




In the heart of Marsden Park’s shopping hub is where you’ll find this diner-style restaurant. Tim and his team serves some of the best burgers not just in the west, but in Sydney as well. Offerings range from burgers, fries, and bbq chicken to milkshakes and dessert specials like the all-time Filipino dessert favourite halo halo.


Besides the usual shoestring fries ($5 for a large) you can also get the pimped out loaded fries topped with cheese ($9).

On their 1 year anniversary, they gave away free cheeseburgers to the first 100 customers that visited their store on that weekend. I wish they would make that cheeseburger a regular in the menu as it’s a classic that’s executed well. Juicy smashed beef patty with American cheese, special mayo-based savoury sauce, pickles and onions.


If you like veggies on your burger, they have you sorted with the Boss Burger ($13). It’s a solid burg with a bbq glazed smashed patty, American cheese, lettuce, onions, boss mayo and caramelised beetroot relish in a lightly toasted milk bun.

My favourite here is the ultimate Big Boss burger ($18)! Double smashed beef patty, special sauce, cheese, crispy bacon and pickles in a lightly toasted milk bun. The highlight in this burger is the patties umami packed caramelised crusts formed from the smash process. The coarsely minced beef is perfectly seasoned and cooked. This burger has double the awesomeness and it also handles damn well.

Watch out for their tasty weekly specials like the Meat & Swine burger: Beef & bacon patty, provolone, black garlic aioli,tomato & jalapeño relish, and lettuce.

They also do this delicious Smoky and sticky chicken wings ($13). The sweet and smoky sauce that the chicken is glazed which reminds me of the Filipino-style chicken bbq sauce.

I recommend washing it all down with their luscious purple dulce ($7)! It’s their amazing take on the ube milkshake.

They also have limited edition desserts every now and then like the very loved Filipino classic, halo halo! I can confirm that it was legit especially the leche flan topping!

If you are ever out in Western Sydney and love burgers, you definitely need to check this place out. Their burgs are on point and won’t disappoint.

Burger Point
Home Hub Marsden Park
24/9 Hollinsworth Rd
Marsden Park NSW
Opening hours:
10.30am to 8.30pm 7 Days.


Burger Point Menu, Reviews, Photos, Location and Info - Zomato

2 comments:

  1. Argh crap that big boss burger looks hectic! I want it, I NEED it!

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  2. Swooooon, Raff you're killing me!! :) Great pics as well!!

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