Burger Point is a burger bar in Eastern Creek Quarter. They serve up a range of burger (of course!) as well as a menu with some Filipino favourites. There's a version of Jollibee chicken and spaghetti as well as some unique burgers like the Marvin Glazed served on a donut glazed bun!
I was at Eastern Creek Quarter to make a reel for their Winter Vibes promotion and decided to try out Burger Point. It ended up being one of my favourite meals there so I thought I'd share it here. There are Burger Point locations also in Wentworth Point, Marsden Park and Edmonson Park. We take a seat at one of the outdoor tables and I go in to order. Service is friendly and helpful and when I ask what is good the woman behind the counter recommends some things and then checks with the chef inside for confirmation. Mr NQN and I order two burgers and a Filipino style spaghetti. There's also halo halo drink which is tempting but we already have drinks from another store nearby.
Burger Point's signature burger is the Marvin Glazed and it's quite a vision. It's two hand made beef patties, crinkle cut pickles, signature burger sauce, doughnut glazed bun topped with grated Cheddar cheese and maple bacon bits. It's a bit of everything flavour-wise but the flavour of the beef cuts through the sweet donut glazed bun. If you ever wondered what a Krispy Kreme beef burger would be like this is it. The cheese and donut glaze makes things a little sticky on the fingers but it's a very enjoyable burger.
The burger we both loved was the MC Champ. It's a milk bun filled with oversized crispy fried chicken thigh fillets, Hawaiian aioli, a square of panko crumb mozzarella, signature gravy and crinkle cut pickles. It's so lusciously juicy and the mozzarella and chicken have a lovely crunch with soft milk bun and aioli. The gravy is also excellent. Unfortunately this is a special so I'm not sure how long this will be available for.
Just because we were curious and I always feel like fried chicken we ordered the spaghetti and fried chicken combo. Name a more delicious duo, I'll wait. This is 2 pieces of fried chicken, gravy and Jolly-BP Filo Style spaghetti which is a tomato spaghetti sauce with red skinned hot dog slices, crunchy crumbs and shredded cheese on top. The sauce is on the sweet side (they love their sweets in Filo cuisine). I really enjoy the fried chicken as it's well seasoned and wonderfully crunchy and modelled on Jollibee, the popular fried chicken fast food chain. The spaghetti sauce is a little too sweet for me although I do like the topping of the crunchy crumbs and I'm glad I got to try it.
So tell me Dear Reader, have you ever tried a donut burger? Have you ever tried Filipino spaghetti?
NQN was a guest of ECQ but all opinions remain her own.
T14/159 Rooty Hill Rd S, Eastern Creek NSW 2766
Hours: Open 7 days 10:30am–9pm
Phone: (02) 8664 3527