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By Sarah Ward
April 28, 2015

Chur Express

Chur's opened a teeny offshoot by the river.
By Sarah Ward
April 28, 2015

Have a hankering for a Chur Burger, but can't make the trek from the CBD to the Valley? Maybe your lunch break's too slim. Maybe, despite the protests of your taste buds, you just can’t be bothered. We know, we know, talk about a first world problem. But the stomach wants but the stomach wants. Soon, this dilemma will no longer exist. Behold Chur Express, your new favourite Riverside lunch spot.

Yes, the cravings of city dwellers, workers and anyone else in the general vicinity of Eagle Street are set to be satisfied by the new Chur Express, albeit from a smaller menu. Devouring everyone’s favourite combination of bread and meat — and those unmissable sides of onion rings, wings and chips — will be as simple as strolling on down to Riverside.

The brand new Chur Burger offshoot is cooking up a storm in the new Brisbane Riverside Centre Food Court. Not only will patrons be treated to some of Brisbane’s best burgers, but Chur's mouthwatering meals will come served with waterside inner-city views and river breezes.

You'd be forgiven for thinking that this has been a long time coming, with rumours about Chur's CBD offshoot circling for months before opening. You'll also forgive the head burgermeisters for taking the slow and steady approach — they do have an already bustling location on Constance Street to run, after all.

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