It will open five new restaurants in the second half of the year.
Burger Urge admits business mistakes, opens a Sydney office, and reveals plans for eastern seaboard expansion, including the rollout of 37 new restaurants by 2020.
“When Burger Urge began 10 years ago, we made absolutely everything from scratch – we made our own patties, we hand-cut the chips, we even made sauces in-house. It was the focus on the integrity of our food that generated lines down Brunswick Street every Saturday", said Burger Urge director Sean Carthew.
“It sounds simple, but by returning to our roots, we’ve not only won back the hearts and bellies of our regular customers but attracted a new legion of Burger Urge fans.”
Carthew said the brand’s expansion plans follow a period of significant restructure and refocus. Burger Urge is now heading south to grow the brand’s national presence.
“We are proud to have 22 restaurants throughout Queensland but it’s now time stretch our wings and seek out the next opportunity,” he added.
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