We happened across Grill'd when we were hungry, it was getting later in the evening and looking for somewhere to eat where there wasn't a huge queue and you could actually sit down was turning into something of a real mission. The selection on offer at Grill'd was pretty good and burgers lived up to what the menu promised. As I'm allergic to Bacon, but wanted to order the Queenslander burger, the crew were very happy to adapt my burger for my allergies and to my taste. The wait wasn't long and the food was very fresh. It's a burger that you want to eat again and again as it leaves you feeling full but with none of the usual greasy after taste. It's delicious and best of all they give something back to the local community, after ordering you get given a token to vote for one of local charities that receive a donation at the end of each month.
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