Eagle Street Pier’s Pony Dining has added five new, gourmet burgers to its express lunch menu, targeting CBD workers.

Pony has become a popular spot on the riverfront for burger-lovers to grab a quick, gourmet treat during the lunchtime rush.

“We wanted to make a quick, accessible and affordable option for CBD workers during lunch,” says Trent Farrell, manager of Pony.

“You can get a burger and a beverage at Pony in less than half an hour.”

To meet the burger demand, Pony has unveiled five additions to its lunch menu.

The famous five include:

–          Pork-belly burger with shredded apple, cabbage, cos and jalapeno aioli.
–          Braised wagyu brisket burger with green mango, grilled pineapple, coriander and chilli barbecue sauce.
–          David Blackmore’s wagyu cheeseburger with cheddar, pickles and American mustard.
–          Soft-shell crab burger with wasabi aioli, pickled radish and betel leaves.
–          The Pony double cheeseburger – a double serving of David Blackmore’s wagyu brisket.

“All the burger concepts come from our main menu – the wagyu brisket, pork belly and soft-shell crab are all available as mains at dinnertime,” says Farrell.

“They showcase our smokey meat, cooked on our open kitchen’s wood-fire grill.”

Pony also has a boutique selection of wines and a long cocktail list, but Farrell says anything will match the burgers.

“Because the burgers are so diverse, you can drink anything with them: a quick beer, a glass of wine or a cocktail with the girls – it doesn’t matter!”

Brisbane’s Pony has shared similar success to its venues in Kent Street and The Rocks in Sydney.

“We have a brand new dinner menu too. Later in the year we’ll be starting specialised food and wine matching, with some local wineries helping out,” says Trent.

If you are looking for a quick option for lunch during the working-week, visit Pony in Eagle Street Pier.

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