A juicy burger paired with an ice cold beer is the vice to end all vices - everyone knows this; everyone, especially celebrity chef Neil Perry who has created a burger cult with his restaurant chain, Burger Project. It would seem Perry has jumped on the 'New Year, new me' bandwagon, giving his Melbourne Central Burger Project restaurant a fresh makeover for 2018. The burger joint has moved to a larger location (over two levels) on Burke Street and is set to open this Wednesday, January 10.  

The new store seats 170 burger fiends, with a dedicated bar to wash it down with. The improved restaurant will showcase an expanded craft beer portfolio, among specialised burger-beer pairings.

"Burger Project's sustainable philosophy and devotion to the highest quality ingredients is unaltered, however Bourke Street marks three years, three states and the 12th store for the business, so it's time for a few nips, tucks and enhancements," Perry said in a statement.

"Customers expect even more from fast-casual, whether it's being able to watch a game, settle in at the bar to explore an expanded beer menu, or having just a little more comfort in the overall experience."

Happy Hour is available at all Burger Project locations Monday to Friday from 3pm-6pm, with $5 beers and $10 burger and chip combinations.

Burger Project, 555 Bourke Street, Melbourne
burgerproject.com

Neil Perry’s famous burgers get a new Melbourne home