Bianca: It’s pretty much become the norm to travel for food these days, on the agenda today? Burgers!! Towing my mate Fracey around, we set out for Memphis Wings in Casula. Smack bam in one of those furniture mega centres, providing me with some ample digestion time doing one of my favourite things… decorating my imaginary house!!
With two casual eateries in their arsenal, Memphis Wings in Casula and Minto. Both churn out burgers, American style BBQ, Tex-Mex, desserts and shakes.
We started our American diner inspired feast with a Peanut Butter and a Snickers Shake, defying logic by ordering these with skim milk, which the staff happily accommodated for us. These are rich, thick and full of flavour. Combined with the food it probably wasn’t our finest hour.
Nobody likes a good side like we do, so we get three. The Onion Rings had a crispy exterior batter and were great paired with the accompanying sauce.
Curly Fries are always the business but pipping both at the post were the Cheese Sticks. Americans love to batter and deep fry anything but this is something I’d happily advocate more for!! Gooey melted cheese with a lightly herbed breaded crumb.
I pretty much failed as a food blogger ordering essentially, two of the same burgers. The single patty Junior Daddy $8 (combo).
And the Double Patty Big Daddy $12 (combo). Both burgers come with a 100g beef patty, American cheese and secret sauce. So it’s blatantly obvious I eat a lot of burgers and honestly these weren’t too bad. They didn’t blow me away but if I had Memphis as a local I wouldn’t be too disappointed. I added crispy bacon to my double which made a bit of difference in the flavour stakes. I found there was an ample amount of sauce and cheese. The buns were your standard white tip-top affair. If there was any criticism it would be in the patty. Overcooked with the edges bordering on burnt. It still tasted fine but if they could improve on continuity in cooking they’d have a much better product. As it stands for my FBAS fatties, a decent 3.4/5 pickles.
Clearly not in my finest eating form, we skipped dessert.
Not a bad option for those in the area and bonus, a spot of shopping afterwards.
*For Food’s Sake dined as guests of Memphis Wings Casula, all opinions however are our own and independent.