Aussie burger chain Grill’d is spicing things up with the launch of two new Mexican-inspired burgers: The Zesty Mexi and Luxe Nacho burgers.
The Zesty Mexi burger is a plant-based-eaters dream and is made with a Mexican black bean patty, corn chips, tasty cheese, jalapenos, slaw, Spanish onion, coriander, chipotle mayo, and green tomatillo lime salsa. The Luxe Nacho burger is perfect for the carnivores out there as it takes things up a notch with a premium Wagyu patty, all the same toppings, and a generous helping of nacho cheese.
Both burgers are available now at Grill’d restaurants nationwide. So if you’re looking for a delicious and flavourful burger to satisfy your Mexican food cravings, be sure to check them out.
Ben Goss, Chief Marketing Officer at Grill’d, said: “We know Mexican cuisine is a huge crowd favourite in Australia, so we are pleased to bring not one, but two new Mexican inspired burgers to our restaurants. As well as the new salsa and textural addition of corn chips, the Mexican black bean pattie is a new ingredient for our menu, providing our vegetarian, vegan and flexitarian customers a tasty new protein option. Treating is not cheating with these healthy burgers. They’re packed full of flavour and are sure to take your taste buds straight to Mexico.”
Check out each of the new burgers below:
The Zesty Mexi
The Zesty Mexi burger is a great option for those who are looking for a plant-based burger. The Mexican black bean patty is packed with flavour and the corn chips add a nice crunch. The jalapenos give the burger a bit of a kick, but the chipotle mayo and green tomatillo lime salsa help to balance out the heat.
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The Luxe Nacho
The Luxe Nacho burger is a more decadent option. The Wagyu patty is juicy and flavorful, and the nacho cheese adds a touch of richness. The jalapenos and chipotle mayo give the burger a bit of a kick, but the slaw and fresh coriander help to balance out the heat.
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