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Grill’d Cottesloe Serves up Free Burgers for Locals

10 March, 2014
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THEY say there is no such thing as a free lunch but Grill’d Cottesloe is proving them wrong by shouting locals to dinner next Friday 14 March from 5-9pm, offering free unlimited burgers to lucky diners as they unveil their newest restaurant.

Napoleon Street’s latest restaurant addition will feature 30 fresh and healthy options including 100% grass fed, free range beef and lamb, lean chicken trimmed of all fat, vegetarian burgers, a range of salads and steak sandwiches as well as an extensive list of local craft beers, ciders and wine.

Grill’d founder Simon Crowe said the Cottesloe restaurant will more than satisfy the demand for healthy, convenient food options in the area.

“Cottesloe is well known as being home to one of the most beautiful beaches in the world and its relaxed, laid back feel is a perfect fit for Grill’d. We place a huge emphasis on offering a casual environment where people of all ages can enjoy a fresh and convenient meal with their friends and family,” Simon said.

“We’re really looking forward to filling the burger-sized gap in the area and I encourage locals to come in next Friday and experience the Grill’d offering on us.”Grilled

While Grill’d has experienced significant growth in Western Australia, Simon says they are not interested in developing a “big company” attitude, and each restaurant remains focused on local community initiatives.

This attitude is reflected in the Grill’d community donation program, Local Matters, which sees each restaurant across the country donate $500 to three local community groups each month. When customers buy a burger they are given a token to pop in a donation jar of the group they would like to support.

For the month of March all Grill’d restaurants across Australia will dedicate their Local Matters donations to surf lifesaving in support of Surf Life Saving Foundation’s national fundraising initiative ‘Boardies Day’ to be held on March 28.

“Grill’d is an Australian born and bred company so we are proud to align with an iconic Australian volunteer movement like surf lifesaving whose sole purpose is to protect the local community,” Simon said.

“Cottesloe’s local lifesavers need our support to help fund the vital work that they do. It is great that Grill’d Cottesloe will open in time for locals to get behind the cause by supporting the Local Matters surf lifesaving group closest to their heart.”

Grill’d Cottesloe customers will be able to use their Local Matters token to support either the Cottesloe Surf Life Saving Club, mini beach day student education programs run by Surf Life Saving WA, or the national Boardies Day fundraising campaign.

Grill’d Cottesloe is located at 6 Napoleon Street, Cottesloe and will be open seven days for lunch and dinner.

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  • Reply Greegan 10 March, 2014 at 6:23 am

    Pffft…Do we really need Burger franchises taking over the world? Give me an Alfreds burger any day of the week over this mass produced tripe!!

    • Reply Liz 10 March, 2014 at 6:25 am

      I really like Grill’d burgers myself and it’s not mass produced food… but I do LOVE Alfreds. I live near there and I don’t think I go enough. Can’t wait for winter to stand by the fire!

  • Reply Hamburger Hill 10 March, 2014 at 6:45 am

    They have got some OK burgers truth be told, but I would much rather support the local burger joints. They make way better burgers and keeps the money local.

    A Cosmo (Cosmo Kebab’s) burger with the lot destroys anything Grill’d have on offer.

    Bring back Hamburger Hill

  • Reply petar 10 March, 2014 at 6:50 am

    thanks for the info liz.. I work around the corner so will go down on the opening to check it out..

  • Reply steve 25 March, 2014 at 2:37 am

    Did anyone actually get a burger? I work round the corner, and at 5pm the line was at least 200 deep. I have photos. Just goes to show that rich people don’t get rich by spending their money.

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