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Cafe launches a $20 CHIP burger – packed with beef, fries, oozing cheese and onion jam

Cafe launches a $20 CHIP burger – packed with beef, fries, oozing cheese and onion jam

  • Sydney cafe Loaded by BL has launched a new limited-edition fry burger 
  • The $20 meal will only be available this week for dine-in and takeaway 
  • It’s stacked with double beef, cheese, onion jam and thyme and cornichon aioli
  • Loaded by BL is located in the suburb Newtown and is open seven days a week 

A popular Sydney café has launched a mouth-watering burger that’s loaded with crispy French fries for a limited time.

Loaded by BL in the inner west suburb of Newtown is serving up the $20 meal throughout this week for dine-in and takeaway.

The ‘One More Thyme’ burger is stacked with double beef patties, double gruyere cheese, confit onion jam and thyme and cornichon aioli. 

The ‘One More Thyme’ burger (pictured) is stacked with double beef patties, double gruyere cheese, confit onion jam, thyme and cornichon aioli

After sharing an image of the tasty burger on social media, customers seemed eager to try it themselves.

‘My actual dream burger,’ one person wrote and tagged a friend, another added: ‘Looks so good’.

The burger can be purchased directly from the café or ordered online via food delivery apps, including Deliveroo and Uber Eats.

This week customers can also enjoy a $1 delivery fee when purchasing food from Deliveroo.

Loaded by BL is open every day between the hours of 11am and 9pm Sunday through to Wednesday and until 10pm Thursday through to Saturday

Loaded by BL is open every day between the hours of 11am and 9pm Sunday through to Wednesday and until 10pm Thursday through to Saturday

The café is known for making huge appetising burgers stacked with several layers of meat, cheese, onion, sauce and pickles.

Other limited-edition burger specials have previously included onion rings, panko crumbed chicken, black garlic aioli and parsnip crisps.

Loaded by BL is open every day between the hours of 11am and 9pm Sunday through to Wednesday and until 10pm Thursday through to Saturday.

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