Burgers have arrived at our 1909 Dining Precinct!
March 19, 2019
Yes, you read that correctly, we have welcomed the delicious addition of a burger restaurant to our Level 3 Dining Precinct! They’ve got everything a traditional diner would have but with a Japanese twist!
Gojima, renowned for their rice burger bun, has opened its second outpost at Market City. They make life easier by removing the ‘brioche vs milk bun’ debate and replacing the bread with rice!
The menu features nine burgers made with Gojima’s signature sushi rice and nori bun – cross-breeds burger staples with Japanese cuisine. If you’re after a traditional burger with a twist, The Classic Gojima Burger is your perfect match. The burger has been crafted with 100% all natural Angus beef, tomato, onion, lettuce, American cheese, Japanese sushi rice, nori, and pickles, and topped with their secret homemade sauce.
For the ultimate American/Japanese fusion try their Sushi Burgers. You can have a choice of Salmon Miso, Spicy Tuna or Kingfish with Sweet Mustard. If you like salmon sashimi then the Tasmanian salmon burger is your go-to. The fresh salmon is perfectly complimented with Gojima’s sweet miso sauce paired with pickled radish, scallions, lettuce, American cheese and wrapped up with sushi rice nori bun.
There’s something for everyone on the menu with vegetarian and poultry options too. Vegetarians have the choice of the Gojima Mushroom Burger served with a crispy katsu mushroom.
If you prefer chicken, Gojima has a treat for you. Try their Gojima Chicken Burger for only $12.90 filled with crispy chicken, cheese, tomato, pickles, onions, lettuce, and their secret miso sauce.
Why not top off your order with their succulent Japanese-style Southern fried chicken which comes with their unique seasoning and the option of either spicy aioli on the side, Umami salt or Japanese Mayo that is so moorish.
Of course, a burger joint is not complete without fries and thick shakes! The shakes come in three flavours; Green Tea with brewed Genmaicha and Macha, Chocolate Miso made from Valrhona chocolate and Shiro miso, and Strawberries and Cream made from 100% fresh strawberries and milk. All of their thick shakes are made from creamy rich dense ice cream and are freshly spun in-store daily.
Gojima is licensed so why not wash it all down with traditional Japanese favourites like Yuzu Sake, Asahi beer or Hitachino Red Rice Beer. They’ve also curated a selection of Aussie drinks with wine from Margaret River and McLaren Vale, and Pale Ale from Little Creatures.
Watch Adam Liaw tackle some of the most loved dishes at Gojima!
Information sourced from Gourmet Traveller and Good Food. Feature image sourced from Instagram @gojima_aur