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Bar Luca: Cafe launches indulgent new HOT CHIP burger

Cafe launches indulgent new HOT CHIP burger – complete with $18 worth of fries, oozing cheese, bacon, gravy and a giant beef patty

  • Three Sydney cafes have created a beef burger stacked with hot chips 
  • The $18 ‘Chipee Off The Old Block’ can be bought in store and on UberEats
  • It also features American cheese, deep fried bacon, gravy and maple aioli 

Foodies are going crazy over an $18 beef burger that’s stacked with hot chips and lashings of oozing cheese.

The new ‘Chipee Off The Old Block’ option is the latest edition to land at cafes Bar Luca, BL Burgers and Loaded by BL in Newtown, Parramatta, Darlinghurst and the Sydney CBD. 

The Golden Chipees bacon and cheddar flavoured chips, which can be purchased from Woolworths, add an extra crunch to the delicious burger and have captured the attention of thousands on social media. 

The new ‘Chipee Off The Old Block’ option (pictured) is the latest edition to land at Sydney’s co-joined cafes Bar Luca, BL Burgers and Loaded by BL

The new option also features a beef patty, American cheese, deep fried bacon, cheese curd, gravy and tasty maple aioli for the ultimate cheat meal. 

The burger is available all week from all four locations, but additional costs apply when ordering off UberEats.

One woman who saw the promotion online shared an image of the meal to a popular burger appreciation society Facebook group to alert other foodies.

‘This weeks burger special! Download and pay via the BL Burgers App to grab a free combo upgrade at selected stores too!’ she said.

The Golden Chipees bacon and cheddar chips (pictured) add an extra crunch to the delicious burger

The Chipees can also be purchased from Woolworth in different flavours

The Golden Chipees bacon and cheddar chips, which can be purchased from Woolworths, add an extra crunch to the delicious burger

Others tagged their friends and partners in the comments of the post, with many saying they are eager to try the burger soon.

‘How’s the chips hold up? Do they soften? Cause I like them I just feel they’d make for an interesting crunch,’ one queried. 

‘They’re super crunchy,’ the poster answered. 

All three cafes are renowned for releasing new, indulgent burger options regularly but usually for a limited time only.

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