Wednesday, December 6, 2017

Happy Ending Burger , Concord

The Sydney artisinal burger scene has grown over the years. But only a few places have made marks in my burger loving heart. One of them is Gee Ozgen’s Mister Gee Burger Truck. The OG Sydney burger truck, the one that started it all. At the time, he was one of the few burger cooks in Sydney that did my favourite smash-style burger patties and did it really well.

Three years later since Mister Gee’s launch, my homie Gee expanded his empire. Ladies and gentlemen, welcome to the beginning of a Happy Ending. Gee’s very own takeaway/diner concept shop located in Concord. Not just a shop of burgers but also everything from fried chicken, sandwiches, loaded nachos, loaded fries and more. Two notable changes from the Mister Gee style burgers is that here, dry aged beef is used for the patties and milk buns are now sourced from St Malo.
Why have normal shoestring fries when you can have Fries loaded with cheese with Gee’s very own Fries with Cheese ($6)?!
Yess!!! They’ve got loaded nachos ($6) too! Nachos topped with cheese sauce and mango salsa.

The No Mustard Please burger ($12) is hands down my favourite item on the menu. Y’all know I love minimalist burgers and this one only consists of beef patty, nicely melted American cheese, caramelised onion and a special blend sauce called sauce No.2 in a lightly toasted Japanese milk bun. The coarsely minced patty had a nice caramelised crust with a lot of umami. I absolutely loved the pockets of juice trapped between the minced meats. The sweetness from the onion and sauce no.2 was perfect for cutting through all the umami and richness.

The Deep Fried Friends ($15) chicken sandwich consists of deep fried chicken fillet, pickles, American cheese, mayo and KAYA BUTTER (coconut jam). I can see why Bianca loves this burg so much. The sweet notes from the mayo and kaya complimented the fried chicken fillet well. Definitely one of the best fried chicken burgers I’ve had in Sydney.

The Anxiety in NYC ($15 and $3 for extra bacon) burger consists of beef patty, American cheese, tarragon bacon mayo, mushroom duxelle and confit shallots. This is Gee’s gourmet-style burger and is also a winner!

Gee shares my love for Korean Fried Chicken and I’m so glad to see that he has Korean Chicken Tenders ($9) on the menu. These are beatifully cooked twice-fried crispy chicken coated in sweet and chilli Yangnyeom-style sauce. Dayumn!

Gee’s new joint is a reflection of his passion and cuisines that has inspired him over the years. Who says Happy Endings only happen in fairytales? Come to Concord and get yours when Gee’s new shop officially opens to the public this Saturday, 9th of December.

Ramen Raff was invited by ‘For Food’s Sake’ as a guest of Happy Ending.

Happy Ending
55 Majors Bay Road,
Concord NSW
Opening Hours
5.30pm to 10:00pm
Wednesday to Sunday

Happy Ending Menu, Reviews, Photos, Location and Info - Zomato


  1. Awesome Raff, so glad you shared my sentiments :) Anytime you want a Happy Ending (see what I did there...) let me know, literally around the corner!

  2. yooooo those burgs look so fricken amazing! can't wait to visit for that no mustard burg!

  3. I really enjoyed the burgers here. Totally dig your vibe on the No Mustard Plz, great burg.

  4. Wow, what a great review. After eating then entire menu is one sitting, you've put into words exactly what I experienced.


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