Our new Impossible™ Burgers are juicy, meaty and satisfying. You won't believe that they're not meat. Made with plant-based ingredients, these patties are packed with protein, fibre and iron and come planet approved. Plus, we're the only burger joint in Australia where you'll find them.
Our new Impossible™ Burgers are juicy, meaty and satisfying. They cook and taste like beef, but we went one further to dial up the likeness by adding a dash of our signature relish and herbs. And guess what? It’s a match.
Compare the two blindfolded, go on we dare you.
A legendary set of four juicy burgers made with plant-based Impossible™ meat. The Impossible™ pattie is a good source of protein, iron and fibre and has no antibiotics or hormones. If doesn’t come from a plant, it’s not in it. Plus, we're the only burger joint in Australia where you'll find it.
You won’t find your favourite unless you try all four. Go on, we dare you.
Impossible™ Vegan Cheeseburger
Only plants were used for the making of this burger, our Impossible™ pattie is paired with vegan cheese, dill pickles, Spanish onion, Dijon mustard, fire roasted tomato sauce and vegan mayo.
Impossible™ Garden Goodness
Take your veggies straight up, avocado, beetroot, cos lettuce, tomato, Spanish onion (take a breath), nestled in with a meaty Impossible™ pattie, tasty cheese, relish and herbed mayo.
The Impossible™ Range is made from plants for people who love meat. And, for people who love the planet. Going an Impossible™ burger helps to take a little of the pressure off the planet, which we know could do with some R&R.
How? It’s all in the making. Compared to beef patties, Impossible™ meat uses less land and less water making them lighter on the earth and delicious on the tastebuds. So, what are you waiting for?
The finer details.
Impossible Beef is 100% made from plants and it contains zero animal-derived ingredients. Global regulatory agencies often rely on food safety tests that use animals as subjects and Impossible have some helpful articles relating to their many years of research and development. If you want to learn more, you can read more about Impossible Food’s decision here.