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The Return of the T-Rex - Boulcott Street Bistro

Media Release - The Return of the T-Rex July 1st, 2013

Following popular demand, Rex Morgan and the team at Boulcott Street Bistro are bringing back the winning entry of Burger Wellington 2012 competition, the T-Rex.

Made from all beef chuck steak patty and BBQ short rib, there are no bones about it, this will be the meatiest return ever served.

The T-Rex comes with celery mayonnaise and smoked tomato on a Pandora bun with hand-cut fries served on a shoulder bone.

The T-Rex burger is $20, and is available at lunchtime only for the month of July.

What critics have said:

“Did I feel like a T-Rex? Maybe. Did I let out a roar of delight? Probably. Do I hope Boulcott Street Bistro will bring back the burger from time to time (and let me know beforehand)? Definitely.”

Gusty Gourmet, Aug 2012

"A better class of burger - a bit next level.”

Jeremy Taylor, Burger Wellington judge, Aug 2012


1. Bookings recommended | info@boulcottstreetbistro.co.nz | 04 499 4199

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