People of North Sydney now have an extra reason to swing by Greenwood Plaza — and it's a hefty one. After first popping up in the shopping centre in 2014, Burgers By Josh has returned serve up even more meat between two pieces of bread.
Fans and locals probably won't have to cast their mind back too far to remember kicking back on the Upper Deck and salivating over chef Josh Arthur's creations three short years ago. Since then, he's expanded his repertoire even further, taking inspiration from Aussie personalities. Try getting your mouth around the Angry Anderson (double wagyu, crispy bacon, cheese and special sauce) or the Fat Tony (double wagyu, rocket-smoked Texan BBQ sauce, crispy bacon and potato buns), then washing it down with one of Josh's spiked milkshakes or a craft beer or two.
"My first ever pop-up was at Greenwood Plaza, so it's great to set up our new residence in the same place," Josh said. "We will be introducing weekly and daily specials alongside our regular menu to celebrate the opening. I look forward to meeting lots of new and, hopefully, regular faces!"
While BBJs is making a comeback, it'll be joined at Greenwood by a newcomer, with Blue 36 Cafe Restaurant making its debut. Headed by school buddies Jin Ko and Thomas Kang, the eatery is bringing you dishes influenced by both Aussie classics and Asian flavours. For brunch, you might tuck into a Vegemite cheese toastie and, for lunch, a super food salad (with quinoa, seeds, nuts, balsamic vinegar, grilled haloumi, lentils, Spanish onion, parsley, lemon dressing).