Sydney’s Must Try Burger Joints

For those that have a passion for burgers, Sydney has a great selection of burger joints that will surely satisfy your need for a delicious burger fix. Here’s a short list of just some of the awesome burger spots in Sydney.

5) Paul's Famous Hamburger Current Owner Nick Sinesiou with Works Burger


Paul’s Famous Hamburgers (12 Princes Highway, Sylvania, Sydney)

One of the most famous if not the most famous burger joint in Sydney. They’ve been at the burger game for 50 years. Initially owned by the Paul and Katina Zerefos, Katina initially came up with the tasty burger recipe that has evolved in what Paul’s has become famous for. Now owned by the Sinesiou family, they furthered the business into the institution that it has become today. For those who have yet to try it out, the Paul’s Works Burger is a good place to start.

4) Mister Gee Burger


Mister Gee’s Burger Truck (315 Parramatta Rd, Haberfield, NSW)

This burger joint on wheels can be found in a dimly lit car park on Parramatta Rd. Not to worry though – the burgers are well worth it. Mister Gee’s has created some serious buzz amongst casual burger diners and burger fans alike. And whilst their regular burgers are pretty delicious, if you’re feeling a little more indulgent, go for their truffle burger, which comes complete with a truffle-based sauce.

1) Five Points Burger


Five Points Burger (124 Walker Street, North Sydney, Sydney)

Five Points is a new spot that opened April of 2015. If you want to try delicious classic American burgers with good-sized portions, this is the place to go. Their menu sticks to the New York-inspired theme with selections named after Queens, Bronx, Staten Island, and Manhattan. The most famous item on their menu is the Bronx burger. There are only a few items on the menu, but all are worth trying out. One thing to note though is the amount of people who come here to eat. It’s best to arrive early to get seats.


Pub Life Kitchen (Lord Wolseley Hotel, 265 Bulwara Road, Ultimo, Sydney)

Known for serving their burgers with a side of pork crackling, this joint ensures the pub feel of the place extends to the food. They’re known as the burger joint behind an Ultimo pub, hence the theme. A bit pricier than some burger joints but the food is well worth the cost. On Wednesdays they hold what they call the burger experiment, where you can try unique burger flavours in addition to the regular fare.