Betty’s Burgers & Concrete Co.

CONTACT

The Piazza
Castle Towers 6 - 14 Castle Street
Castle Hill, 2154 NSW
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The Details

Cuisine
  • American
Need to Know
  • Child Friendly
  • Gluten-Free
  • Good for Groups
  • Great for Dates
  • Outdoor Seating
Serving
  • Lunch
  • Dinner
  • Dessert
  • Take Away

The Verdict

Queensland’s Betty’s Burgers is regular on the ‘gram and one of the coolest (not to mention delicious) kids in town. And since opening in the ICC precinct in Darling Harbour last year, we’ve been waiting for the time she’ll head over the bridge and branch out to the ‘burb. Well, team. It’s just happened. Betty’s Burgers is opening in Castle Towers and The Piazza just got good (damn good).

With a menu jam-packed with eats that are almost too good-looking to eat, we can honestly say these are some of our favourite burgers in town. And their fries. And onion rings. And thick shakes. And concretes. It’s alllllll good. 

Assuming the menu will be pretty similar to the Darling Harbour locale, the menu will feature six god damn delicious burgers (and between you and me, they’re pretty hard to fault). The pork belly burger is worth every divine calorie, and the ‘shroom burger stuffed with crispy fried mushrooms and filled to the brim with Gouda and Gruyere cheese, could almost turn us vego. But it’s the Betty’s Classic that really has us drooling.

With lush lettuce (did we just call lettuce lush?), a fresh AF beef patty and just the right amount of cheese and tomato, the Betty’s Classic is the kind of trusted burger you come back for more than once, without ever being disappointed. Hot tip: add pickles and bacon to make it deluxe and watch all your burger dreams come true.

Betty’s is part of the recent revamp at Towers (you would already know that Moley Moley and Strike Bowling have entered the mix) and it’s due to open its HUGE 85-seater restaurant in July. 

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