Big Bunz

Shop 1207 Anzac Parade, Matraville, NSW, 203

Big Bunz Matraville frontBig Bunz verdict: 9/10

Beef Burger: 9/10

Chicken Burger: 9/10

Sides: 8.5/10

  So why Big Bunz? She says: Finding this place was all Him (with a little help from Dr Internet, I imagine). We got a puppy (yay) and the puppy got stung in the eye by a bee (less yay), so we wanted somewhere we could take said Pup because he had to wear one of those shame buckets and we felt bad. Ever resourceful, He came up with this place. They can’t let pups inside but the pooch could sit at the door while we ate at the closest table. (If you look closely in the photo above you can see him by the door on the left  - he sat there, while we ate, and made friends with every person who sat a the bus stop.) Big Bunz Matraville inside He says: A late night poker foray bestowed upon me a malignant hangover that whose only cure could surely be burger goodness. With the tremendous She as my chauffeur we arrived in Matraville ready to get amongst some Big Bunz glory. dsc01952 What did you order?
  • The Feast Burger - $8.50
  • The Southern Fried Ranch Burger - $9.50
  • Southern Fried Chicken Strips - $9
  • Friez - $4.50
  • Onion Rings - $5.50
  • Big Bunz Shake - $7.50
Big Bunz Matraville Feast burger Tell us about the Feast Burger? He says: This was fucking delicious! A soft milk bun (you can choose your bun here) cradled a tasty and well cooked Angus beef patty, cheese, lettuce, tomato, onion pickles and a delectable “Feast” sauce. Like a fast food burger but with bang on ingredients and preparation. My only issue would be the Spanish onion but that’s a personal gripe. My first time in Matraville has come up trumps. Big Bunz Matraville feast burger cross section She says: The cross section photo of this one is lets it down  and while here it looks like some kind of school-cafeteria grey meat fiesta, it actually tasted much, much better. As he says – bloody good. Fresh, tasty and right on point. This is a burger you would wake up craving. dsc01972 So then, how did you find the Southern Fried Ranch Burger? She says: The chicken in this bad boy tasted how you think KFC will taste when you see the ads – crispy, slightly spiced and delicious (which is not how KFC tastes IRL IMHO). The chook and the sauces were ample, which is the way to our hearts. Bacon, mayo, fresh salad bits - great work Big Bunz! dsc01975 He says:  Perhaps I’m prone to hyperbole or maybe it was the hangover talking but this was another burger highlight for the year. The fried chicken was close to perfect in every department and when mingled with bacon, cheese and a cracker of a ranch sauce my Saturday morning hangover woes may have just found a panacea. dsc01964 Now, what about the sides? She says:  These onion rings were up there with the best I've had. Perhaps because they were so batter-y that you could hardly taste the onion and they were crunchy as all hell (I am not a huge onion ring fan - the less onion you can taste the better in my book). The rest of the sides were pretty good,  the chicken strips were just a bit rich for me and the marshmallows in the thick shake has a really strange musty taste but the shake itself was thick and delicious - the majority of it was gone about 3 minutes after it hit the table. And while the chips were pretty standard, large and soft, the sauces that came with the them were off the chain. dsc01974 He says: All the sides here were superb with a special shout out going to the chicken strips (whose leftovers got me through the following evening) and the sauces that accompanied them. I feel like waving a lighter in the air in deference of the day Big Bunz saved my life. dsc01981 dsc01966
|| Shop 1207 Anzac Parade, Matraville, NSW, 2036 || Website|| HOURS: Open Wednesday – Sunday 10:30am – 8:30pm (Closed Monday & Tuesday) BIG BUNZ Menu, Reviews, Photos, Location and Info - Zomato

2 Comments

  1. Those onion rings we agreed looked first class! Loved the look of the burgers particularly the Southern Fried Ranch. Like the ‘shame bucket’. When our cat had to wear one we named it the Cone of Reluctance.

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