Grilld Opens in Trendy Fairfield
Grill’d Healthy Burgers has opened on Station Street in Fairfield with a bang, having offered 100 free burgers to customers. The World Loves Melbourne went along to check out the scene and we enjoyed the modern fit out of the spacious store with its trendy tiling, use of timbers and even a planter box.
We enjoyed the flavoursome and healthier burgers (perennial favourites in Melbourne for us) and the brilliant kids boxes for our children. The Mighty Melbourne Burger has been a favourite of mine for years, but also the Baa Baa burger and Hot Mama are right up there in Melbourne's best burger territory. Not to mention some of the best chips in Melbourne with herbs and killer aoli options. Our family often dines out at Grilld.
Grill’d founder Simon Crowe said the Fairfield restaurant will more than satisfy the demand for healthy, convenient food options in the area. “Grill’d is more than just a great tasting, healthy burger restaurant. We place a huge emphasis on offering a great environment where people of all ages can enjoy a fresh and convenient meal in a casual environment with their friends and family,” he said.
Grill’d Fairfield stocks an exciting alcohol range including local craft beers and ciders – the perfect accompaniment for any of the menu’s 30 fresh, and healthy options including 100% grass fed, hormone free beef and lamb, chicken and vegetarian burgers as well as a range of salads and steak sandwiches.
While Grill’d has experienced significant growth in recent years - the Fairfield restaurant marks the 28th in Victoria - Simon says they’re not interested in developing a “big company” attitude, and each restaurant remains focused on local community initiatives.
This attitude is reflected in the Grill’d community donation program, Local Matters which sees each restaurant across the country donate $500 to three local community groups each month. The Local Matters program sees each customer receive a token when they make a purchase. The customer places the token in a jar of their choice belonging to one of the groups selected for hat given month. Tokens are totalled at the end of every month and the group with the most tokens receives $300 and the remaining two receive $100 each, ensuring all nominated groups receive assistance.
Preston YCW District Cricket Club, Northside Rollers and Northern Raiders Gridiron Club are the first local community groups to be supported by Grill’d Fairfield through the Local Matters program.
Grill’d Fairfield is located at 126 Station Street, Fairfield and will be open seven days for lunch and dinner. For more information about Grill’d visit www.grilld.com.au.