The north versus south battle has raged in Brisbane since the dawn of time. With valid arguments from both sides of the Brisbane River, we can see the value in each argument for supremacy. Until now that is.. The northside has just scored a game-changing advantage: they’ve been chosen as the newest spot for Brisbane burger God’s Miss Kay’s You win this round, northside (and that’s coming from a southsider).
Miss Kay’s, for those unfamiliar, are Brisbane’s reigning burger kings. Why? Because they’re responsible for such life changing burgers as the Poutine Burger—piles of halloumi, gravy, beef patty, bacon bits, pickles and fries—the Mac Daddy mac n cheese burger, and the Austin Flowers (spiced tempura fried cauliflower, salad and chilli).
If a regular old burger just ain’t your thing, don’t worry, these legends also dish up the dauntingly named Big Kay’s Challenge. That’s, uh, five beef patties, five slices of cheese, lettuce, tomato, Miss Kay’s special sauce and dirty fries on the side. Yikes. But, that’s not it folks—you need to demolish it in 15 minute flat.
Aside from absolutely nailing the burger game, Miss Kay’s know their way around a side or two. If dirty fries with Miss Kay’s seasoning, cheese sauce and tomato chilli doesn’t whet your whistle we’re not sure what will. There’s also onion rings, fries, and krispy fried wings in all your favourite flavours.
But, you guys, this new Miss Kay’s have refreshed their menu and injected a whole heap of new deliciousness. Namely, breakfast. So what’s on offer? Allow us to explain…
Firstly, there’s fried chicken and waffles with ice cream and maple syrup. There’s also the big brekkie burger with hashbrown, bacon, and all the breakfast toppings. The berry good day is an antidote to the fried: honey greek yogurt, mixed berry puree and granola topped with mixed berries. All bases are covered with options like the Uncle Benny eggs benny and the bacon, tomato, and cheese jaffle.
Oh, and there’s a salad on the menu too.
For more info on Miss Kay’s new store check them out on the directory.
Image credit: Yaseera Moosa