Beersmith Brings Three New Burgers and Plenty More with Their New Menu

Beersmith Brings Three New Burgers and Plenty More with Their New Menu

Exciting news for burger lovers! Beersmith have updated their menu and added three new burgers for you to try, including a vegetarian one. Along with the new burgers they’ve also added a few other new dishes, as well as giving some updates to longstanding Beersmith favorites and I was lucky enough to be able to try a few of them.

First things first the new burgers! Already proving popular with Beersmith customers is the new Bacon BBQ Burger (RMB 108) which has a 200g Angus beef patty, streaky bacon, fried onion, cheddar, BBQ sauce, and lettuce all sandwiched together between a brioche bun and served up with a side of fries. I was a big fan of the bacon in this burger. It was salty and crisp, lending the burger a perfect bit of extra crunch.

The new vegetarian burger, aptly named No Meat Burger (RMB 88), sports an OmniPork meat patty, chipotle mayo, jalapenos and lettuce in a brioche bun and served with tortilla chips and tomato salsa.

As a non-vegetarian I was surprised by how just meaty this burger tasted and the jalapenos and chipotle mayo gave it a great little spicy kick. The last new burger that’s been added is the Chicken Satay Burger (RMB 98) which consists of a grilled chicken leg, peanut sauce, cucumber, pickled acara vegetables in a brioche bun served with fries. 

Aside from the burgers they have also added a few other items to the menu, including some great sharing options, one of which already looks set to become firm favorite: the Angus Sirloin Steak with Roast Corn Salad (RMB 258) which comes served with pico de gallo, salsa verde, guacamole and tortilla chips.

Two other sharing plates they’ve added are the Party Snack Platter (RMB 288) which consists of calabrese salami, mortadella, French baked ham, smoked emmental sausage, gruyere cheese, mixed pickles, olives, grapes, apple, pringles, pretzels and grissini sticks or the Vegetable and Fruit Crudités (RMB 88) with hummus. 

There have been some updates to their seafood selection too adding Grilled King Prawns (RMB 168) which sees four juicy grilled king prawns served with green asparagus and roasted grapefruit chili ginger salsa. They’ve also given their Fish and Chips (RMB 168) a revamp, swapping the previous serving of sweet potato fries for togarashi spiced French fries and giving the tartar sauce a spicy upgrade by adding wasabi. 

The last two new items on the menu are the California Flatbread (RMB 98), flatbread topped with mozzarella, sun dried tomato, avocado, sweet corn, grilled chicken and thousand island sauce and the Spicy Chicken Wings and Lemongrass (RMB 78). I was a big fan of the chicken wings which had the perfect balance between sweet and spicy. 

Along with all this they’ve also now made their brunch menu available on weekdays from 9am – 12pm. This features dishes like the Beersmith Pub Breakfast (RMB 98) or Huevos Rancheros (RMB 68). 

Now it wouldn’t be Beersmith without some new beer and their Brewmaster Jonathan Therrian has created a Super Fruit Pastry Sour to wash the new menu items down with. This tart little number is super refreshing and perfect for summer, and you can expect more of these style beers being added to the menu in future. 

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Images: courtesy of Beersmith

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