Originally Posted by ThrillKill
Very subjective. What are the criteria?
.... taste, ingredient choice, bulk, portability, lubrication, compressability, salmonella content, moving microbiological count, rapidity of induced bowel function, but I suspect you're fishing aren't you ?
1. The beef, Koala or Kiwi is not 'corn' fed (drab taste). NZ with it's volcanic black mineral soil grows a rich green grass regularly watered by sleet direct from the Antarctic and breeds a full and 'vibrant' taste in it's vegetables and subsequently ..er animals.
2. The sauce/s used are different, I'm sure someone down there may know exactly how they are made and reply, but they are definitely superior in every way, however American restaurants @ $25.00 + can pack a 'passable' burger, but down'under the average greasy 'take'aways' win this with no contest.
3. Ingredient selections are interesting, varied and delightful.
..and as Patrick Terrail (that pretentious prick) was spouting to me years ago about presenting a burger with a glass of red and.. .. ohh another violation ...