Burger lovers, there may be more reason to celebrate this upcoming holiday season, as Australian burger chain Grill’d will mark its first international debut with an opening in Bali’s very own Seminyak next month.
The opening, slated for late December, makes a lot of sense, seeing as how Australians make up for a large portion of foreign tourists visiting the Island of the Gods. Grill’d is bringing their familiar menu, which includes chicken, beef and plant-based options, while also promising new additions exclusive to their Bali location.
Established in Melbourne in 2004, Grill’d is known for their classic homemade burgers, chips and healthy salads, as well as enticing shared sides, from crunch corn fritters to charred broccoli with homemade yoghurt sauce.
The burger brand has chosen Seminyak Square as its location in Bali, joining the vibrant food scene in the area, where you can also find Sisterfields restaurant, known for its representation of Australia’s café culture, and Revolver Espresso, one of the island’s most famous coffee joints.
Grill’d also promises to bring in an extensive cocktail list as part of their beverage offerings and a soft drink collection featuring housemade sodas, local Kombucha root beers (uh-huh you read that right) and milkshakes.
The eatery, which will also bring in a build-your-own ice cream bar, says they will crack open whole young coconuts for customers to enjoy with burgers and sides, ‘cause there’s no such thing as too much Coconuts in Bali, we suppose.
We’d most likely give Grill’d a try once they roll into town, so stay tuned for more updates as they come.
Correction: An earlier version of this article stated that Grill’d will be bringing their lamb options to Bali. We’ve been told that won’t be the case for this launch at least. The story has now been fixed.
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