.

Sushi, schnitzel and cupcakes aren’t the standard burger buns.
But Dandenong Market traders are getting creative to mark National Burger Day.
The Sunday 28 May event will also feature a chance for diners to sit on the Burger Day Throne.
To earn the privilege they’ll have to tackle the Freak Force Burger – four beef patties, bacon, pineapple and cheese.
Instagrammer Damien Edgan designed the monster meal for market stall The Grill and anyone who can finish one will receive a commemorative trophy.
Hot Pouch Bar and Dining will serve up a schnitzel burger using the chicken as the bun while Osaka Kitchen will make a teriyaki burger sandwiched between sushi rice buns.
Melina’s Bakery and Larder has created a sweet burger that features a chocolate ganache brownie ‘patty’ wedged between two sweet vanilla cupcake ‘buns’ with ‘cheese’ and ‘lettuce’ icing.
Dandee Donuts uses a doughnut as the bun for a Tim Tam patty.
Diners can have their Dandenong Market Burger Passport stamped with each burger purchase at each participating trader to go into the running to win $500 in Dandenong Market vouchers.
The Grill will also be giving away 100 burgers, to be eaten in a year.
National Burger Day at Dandenong Market, corner Clow and Cleeland streets, will run from 10am to 3pm on Sunday 28 May.

More News

Police are protecting Greater Dandenong’s most vulnerable road users through a new operation. Operation Pieton started on Thursday 20 July ...

Dandenong North students need a little help to start their school day in the best way. Wooranna Park Primary School ...

Cornerstone will host the final meal in its Mason Street home without a permanent new space to move to. The ...

STRAP High ropes course set to provide excitement and spectacular views… STORY A cash boost will help a high ropes ...

A new project to preserve Australia’s military history will largely be filmed in Dandenong. Dandenong RSL president John Wells ...

A Lalor man has been charged with murdering his Dandenong partner. Police arrested Murat Davsanoglu, 42, after emergency services found a ...

Latest Sport

NPL 2 EAST REVIEW – ROUND 23 Spare a thought for Murray United, who had to travel four hours home to Lavington after ...

JOURNAL FOOTBALL REVIEW SOUTHERN FOOTBALL LEAGUE DIVISION 2 – ROUND 14 Springvale Districts’ 6.12(48) stirring three game winning streak has come to a screeching ...

TAC CUP REVIEW – ROUND 13 There is perhaps no better team placed to challenge for a TAC Cup premiership than the ...