When food trucks began popping up in my area, Beatbox was the one that I was most keen on visiting. Promising simple, tasty and real burgers, Beatbox can be found all over Melbourne and often sets up in East Brunswick or Carlton. In this particular instance, Beatbox was serving dinner on Park St – surrounded by cyclists passing by, tired shadows returning from work, people picnicing on the green and children running about. All equipped with brown bags containing Beatbox.
Rain was threatening so we quickly made our way home – hearts beating with anticipation. The Chilli Billy contained a juicy, thick beef patty with melty cheese seductively draped over it. Jalapenos, chipotle chilli sauce and pickles added a fierce kick which was more than welcome. The crisp lettuce and tomato also make this burger relatively healthy..ish. This is how you make a burger.
Check out that perfectly pink patty. The Raph Burger may be Beatbox’s most popular. The Raph contains a thick beef patty, tomato, perfectly melted cheese, red onion, tomato and a tangy Raph sauce. Simple but effective. The burger buns at Beatbox are savoury and have that crispiness that gives that slight crunch as your chompers hone in on the core of the burger. Chips are an absolute must with every burger. Stalk Beatbox on Facebook where they post up their locations.