Burgers in a Train (in the Sky)

Because burgers taste even better five storeys above the ground.
Hudson Brown
Published on October 15, 2017


Spending more time on a train in Melbourne might not sound too appealing, but alongside some smashing burgers, you've never been on a train like this before. Poised five storeys above the streets of Collingwood, three well-travelled train carriages sit atop Easey's, a burger venue that seamlessly combines Melbourne's love of art, music, transport, food and drinks.

Opened in 2015 by three mates who each shared a love of great food and graffiti art, Easey's has become a popular burger spot paying homage to the Aussie fish and chippery with potato cakes and dim sims, while the burgers take inspiration from American diner food. As summer is upon us, Easey's rooftop is the perfect place for a burger in the sun; the Hitachi trains might look a little worse for wear but the interiors have received a little sprucing up, making Easey's a unique and delicious experience.


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