Big buns have more fun at Good Time Burgers

Good Time Burger 7We know we should be polite and say that size doesn’t matter but let’s face it, six inch heels are sexier, so too the 6” burger at Good Time Burgers. You can keep your sliders (and other imposters), these burgers are such structural masterpieces of design and hedonistic pleasure Marc Newson should take note.

Bondi bar baron Andrew Lazarus of El Topo fame, goes 1950’s retro with a new cracker venue.  Red and white striped booth seating, checkerboard floors, over seventy boutique beers plus servers on roller skates at the weekend will have you ticking all the boxes of what a seriously awesome diner should be.

Ten bucks will get you a ‘Lambam Thank You Mam’ (lamb), ‘Good Ole Time’ (Wagu), and veggo’s will adore ‘Don’t Have a Cow’.

Our picks include ‘The 34DD’ this big busted free range chick with layers of fresh guacamole, chipotle slaw and smokey Blackforest bacon is a beauty whilst the Notorious P.I.G is a luscious mound of slow-cooked Berkshire pulled pork with a zingy yoghurt slaw smoked eggplant.

The ultimate good time can be found with a ‘Juicy Luicy’. Oooh n arrh cutting into this jaw-locking monster – expect Woodside brie and cheddar to ooze from the centre of the Tajima Wagyu pattie. Top it all off with ‘love me 2 times baby’ – that’s double fried house made chips and green peppercorn sauce.

Good Times indeed.

Good Time Burgers
Level 3, The Eastern Hotel, 500 Oxford Street, Bondi Junction

Monday – Saturday: 10am – 4am daily (1.30am lock out)
Sunday: 10am – Midnight
T: 02 9387 7828 

About the author

Karen’s corporate job back in the UK had included entertaining clients in some of the best restaurants. This ultimately sparked a curiosity 'Just how do they do that?' (she confesses she was brought up on meat and vegetables, so this was all very exciting). Currently a Mr & Mrs Smith 'Tastemaker', she’s flashpacked around the world, learning about wine, experiencing different cultures and cuisines and had a two- year love affair with it all. Originally from England, she finally settled in Australia and continues to be besotted by food, wine and travel preferring to focus on the luxury end of town (thread count does matter).


Forrester’s Pub on the corner of Riley Street in Surry Hills has been a much loved watering hole for almost 100 years, it’s seen different owners, changes of prime ministers, generations of friends and family along with periods of being laid ‘fallow’ to rest. It took hospitality favourites, Applejack to rescue this local gem and bring it back to life. A budget of $1.5m doesn’t get you much these days but the renovation its both sensitive to its history and of this era, reflecting a new, more feminine, organic and lighter approach to interior design.

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