Since opening the Shake Shack-style burger shop back in 2014, founder David Hales has turned his humble Noosa business into an Australian-wide favourite, with pastel-hued locations scattered along the east coast. The folks here are pretty transparent about what they do well — it's in the name, after all.
First up, the burgers. There are ten to choose from (plus two for the little ones), including the Betty's Classic, a cheeseburger with lettuce, tomato, onion and special sauce, and the Spicy Chicken, with southern-style fried chicken, bacon, spicy pickles and sriracha mayo. Or, if you're not a meat-eater, opt for the vegan burger, which comes with a crispy brown rice and veggie patty, or the Shroom, with a fried mushroom patty. You can also go bun-less if you'd prefer.
Concretes, which are rich frozen custard desserts, complete the Betty's one-two punch of next-level 'fast food'. These decadent desserts come with toppings like almond toffee, marshmallow sauce, crumbled Biscoff cookies and lemon curd.