To celebrate Australia Day, Grill’d has created the world’s first ‘Coat of Arms’ burger allowing hungry Australians to eat their national emblem. The burger features a blend of lean kangaroo and emu meat, as well as premium Australian-sourced ingredients including award-winning Meredith Dairy goats cheese, quandongs, bush tomato relish and native thyme mayo.
I must admit when I was invited to be one of the first to experience the Coat of Arms burger I was a little apprehensive about the native wildlife content of the pattie. After nine months of research & development, the result is a delicious mild flavoured kangaroo and emu pattie, super lean with just 1% fat and high in protein. The tart and tangy quandong and the sweet bush tomato relish provides the perfect partnership to what is a uniquely Australian burger experience which is deliciously tasty!
I highly recommend giving it a try and I would like to see it become a permanent choice on the Grill’d menu.
The ‘Coat of Arms’ is available for a limited time from 19 January up until 31 January in only one selected restaurant in Perth – the Grill’d Shafto Lane outlet. Grill’d have also decided to only serve 50 per day, so you’ll need to be quick!
And of course, a very special thanks goes to A for attending the event and writing the post on behalf of PFJ.com.