Saki Souvlaki


It’s near work, so why the hell not. Never one to expect much in the area (Moorabbin Airport), but always hopeful, we ventured here to check out what was going on. Word on the street is that the brioche is a recent innovation here, which is definitely something I like. Not sure about their eagerness to describe it as “Artisan,” but we’ll give it a go anyway.

There are some interesting things going on here for sure. For instance “Saki’s Brutal Death Sauce” is on offer for those that dare.  This burger joint also suffers from the inclusion of a burger challenge if you’re into that kind of thing. They certainly attracted a very hungry lunchtime crowd, and they were quite busy.

There are a few issues I have with this burger. The patty, at 200g, is a little too big for my liking. It was a little chewy, like it had been overworked, or perhaps it was made in a factory – God forbid. The cheese tasted a bit plastic. The red onion was a little too strong. And someone please explain to me why you would want to put honey mustard mayo on a burger?


Overall, it was a decent effort. Nothing special. Would I go here again? Perhaps not. Coffee was on the average side of acceptable. Wait times were too long. The burger was too big for lunch. And the burger journey rolls on…

Saki Souvlaki Menu, Reviews, Photos, Location and Info - Zomato


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