Sandy told me that I had to try this place. It is one of the latest places in Melbourne that is serving burgers and joining in with the fascination that Melbourne people have with them. What surprised me was when I was about to walk in off the street there was someone outside to greet me and take me to a table. They gave me a menu and told me that I had to go up to the counter and order and then pick my food when it is ready. I suppose they do this to stop congestion for people waiting for a seat. The burger menu is pretty simple but the is dessert menu  more complicated, but that did not worry me as I was not there for dessert.

Betty’s Classic


Angus beef, lettuce, tomato, onion, cheese & Betty’s special sauce

I was slightly surprised to see how small the burger was, but you could see that they used top quality fresh vegetables due to the colour they had. When I took a bite into the burger I was really impressed. The bun was toasted and the lettuce had a nice crunch to it. Surprisingly there were three pieces of tomato and the onion is finely chopped. The beef patty was nicely cooked and just cooked so there was no pink in the beef. I also asked for bacon in my burger and that was a good choice.The special sauce tied it all together and made a very good impressive fast food burger.

Onion Rings

Crisp fried beer battered onions

The onions runs were really nice. They were nicely seasoned and had a good crunch. Overall very good onion rings which you could not fault.

Telling you the truth, I was slightly hesitant to try this place and I wanted to try another new burger joint in Melbourne. However, I got the addresses confused and ended up at Betty’s. I was pleased that I ended up here. The burgers were fresh and the service was good. There were lots of staff cleaning the tables and showing people to seats and the system looks like it works week for them. Will I be back? I would like to but there are just too many places to eat in Melbourne.

Website; Betty’s Burger & Concrete Co

Address; 97 Elizabeth St, Melbourne