Monday, April 2, 2018

Cultural Commons, Springvale, MELB

As much as I love watching Youtube videos of people dining at new places or regions, I secretly do crave for these foods thereafter. So much for trying to behave on my diet.

After a long shift, I was tossing between having brunch and munching into a hearty sized burger. Needless to say, brunch these days can work out to be a tad costly and does put me off knowing about the added public holiday surcharges. So burgers it is.

Peanut butter milkshake - Often times, people do get confused between a milkshake and a thickshake which all differs by a dollop of ice cream in the concoction. This milkshake was light enough to easily consume although it would have tasted much better with more peanut butter added into it.

The maverick - beef patty, cheese, lettuce, tomatoes, grilled onion, crispy bacon, BBQ sauce and mayo. Consume quick otherwise it may end up a soggy mess. A decent tasting burger it was.

Smoked brisket burger - 12 hour smoked black Angus beef brisket, red slaw, pickles with BBQ aioli. Would have liked for it to be warmer when it arrived at the table but I can understand that putting it back into the oven may further dry out the meat. Meat was bordering on the dry and chewy scale but overall, still a pleasant meal.

Chips with aioli - Cannot have a burger without chips :)

Cultural Commons Menu, Reviews, Photos, Location and Info - Zomato

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