Betty's Burgers & Concrete Co

Indooroopilly

Popular retro-inspired burger shack Betty's Burgers & Concrete Co has opened its third Brisbane outlet on the Station Road dining precinct at Indooroopilly Shopping Centre. 

Bringing West Coast American vibes to Indooroopilly with its signature Californian style decor and classic burgers and shakes, Betty's Burgers is a popular addition to the bustling area.

On the menu are the usual suspects - Betty's Classic, Crispy Chicken, Pork Belly, Shroom Burger, Bare Betty, Betty's Deluxe, Crispy Chicken Supreme, Betty's Classic Stack and Betty's Double - as well as the Kids Burger.

Bettys Burgers Indooroopilly

As well as old-fashioned thick shakes (vanilla, peanut  butter, strawberry, chocolate, caramel or chocolate peanut butter) there's Betty's signature decadent 'Concretes' (rich creamy custard ice-cream) combined with peanut butter brittle, chocolate hazelnut donut, cookie butter, lemon raspberry cheesecake or almond toffee marshmallow).

Other drinks include a small range of soft drinks, water, beers, ciders and wine.

Betty's Burgers & Concrete Co

Station Rd

Indooroopilly

Opening hours

3878 8028

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