What to expect from Stockland Gladstone's new restaraunts
THE two new restaurants set to open before Christmas have one thing in common, they focus on one thing.
Burger Urge and Schnitz are expected to open in Stockland Gladstone before Christmas.
Burger Urge will offer 17 different varieties of burgers, with six beef burgers, three lamb, three po boy sandwiches, three chicken, two vegetarian and serves beers.
When the restaurant opened in Rockhampton there was a line out the door for people wanting to try a new burger.
On Trip Advisor, Burger Urge Rockhampton a 3.5 star rating out of five.
Bellablu2013 left a review saying "although more expensive than most, they are large, tasty, and gourmet , arrived quickly, staff are friendly and the chips (3trio with dipping sauce are the best)".
Phil S from Mount Gambier wrote "for burgers at this price point they should not have processed meat patties. I ordered a chicken burger for $14.50 and was given a processed patty with a bit of salad and a ton of sauce. Yuk! But service was good even if a bit chaotic. Ordering process needs a rework".
Yasmine Schultenkamp wrote "best burgers in Rocky" - "Staff are so incredibly helpful and friendly. The burgers are so pricey but I think they are worth the price every now and again because they are delicious. I highly recommend the not a Reuben sandwich, so yum!"
There is also a Schnitz restaurant in Rockhampton too which had the same reaction from locals when it opened.
Schnitz focuses all its attention on trying to make the perfect schnitzel and serves it up 29 different ways.
"We bring the age-old culinary tradition of the schnitzel to modern-day tastebuds through fresh ingredients and a healthier pan-cooking technique," their website reads.
Schnitz has a 3.5 star review on Tripadvisor from 34 reviews.
Sacredgypsy wrote that it was the smallest schnitzel ever.
"seriously THE smallest schnitzel that i have ever eaten and also not the best. Left half remaining on my plate...The crumb was dripping in what appeared to be oil and the chips/fries were under done.. service okay... but once you've gotten your food, your on your own! No "is everything okay with your meal", nothing... will be heading on over..." Sacredgypsy wrote.
"Yum!" wrote Bin98.
"I love Schnitz! Staff are always friendly. Never had a problem with any meal (and we eat there twice a month for lunch) and there is never a long wait. I like their wraps because they cook the chicken separate then place it on the wrap, not just heating up the whole wrap making the salad soggy (like other places)...." Bin98 wrote.
There are 62 Schnitz franchises along the east coast of Australia.
On the menu at Schnitz expect to see the classic chicken schnitzel and a variety of rolls and wraps.
Schnitz is expected to open on December 8 and Burger Urge on December 12.