Eat and Drink Australia : Minis @ the Hungry Jack’s in Australia

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Hungry Jack’s is an Australian brand and boy, I sure do wish that we have this in Malaysia. This particular creativity of theirs that I particularly like a lot is those minis. They have these little mini burgers that are twin joined which I thought was really cute and perfect for sharing.

 

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They have beef or chicken, but this one is beef and it is named the Rodeo Mini. It wasn’t anything too awesome because after all, they are not gourmet burgers.

 

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Made with flame-grilled, 100% Australian beef, topped with melted cheese, delicious BBQ sauce and crispy-coated onion rings, the combination is fun.

 

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If you think mini is tiny, then that’s when you are wrong cause I thought the mini set was pretty filling.

 

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Drop by any Hungry Jack store whenever possible in Australia and try them out for yourself. Locate their store at http://www.hungryjacks.com.au/ .
Take note that the Hungry Jack’s is an Australian franchise of Burger King Corporation. So expect nothing too far from American flavours.

 

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Read previous ‘Eat and Drink Australia’ chapters to find out what and where to eat in Australia here:

 

Eat and Drink Australia : Pie Face, pies with expressions !

 

 

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9 Responses to “Eat and Drink Australia : Minis @ the Hungry Jack’s in Australia”
  1. CleverMunkey says:

    seems like hungry jacks is one of the famous fast food chain in aus. Have u tried the hungry hog?

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  2. The Yum List says:

    mmm… Hungry Jacks is definitely not the first place I’d run to when home… i do like the sound of a mini burger though🙂

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  3. ooo, mini burgers seems convenient for many purposes! i can imagine splitting a burger up, and having one half for breakfast and the other half for teatime, heheh😀

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  4. Choi Yen says:

    Got to know Hungry Jack from hubby since he traveled there b4🙂

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  5. thammelissa says:

    “Hungry Jack’s is an Australian franchise of Burger King Corporation”…no wonder the logo look alike😉

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  6. yiyime says:

    Just looking at them increased my cholesterol levels

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