Dipin Cafe



20-22 McKillop St, Melbourne

Burger Order

The Burger Between the Dips – Wagyu beef burger, bacon, swiss cheese, caramelised onion and house made pickles served with thick cut chips and a side salad. $16.90 (Added Fried Egg and Beetroot Dip $2.00)

Burger Rating

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5 out of 5 stars (5 / 5)


Walking into Dipin cafe I wasn’t sure what to expect as it is more of a breakfast / brunch place, but they have a burger on their menu and it was recommended to me so thought I would give them a try. The rest of their menu is really unique and a fantastic menu as a whole which is great to see.

The place is actually huge, from the outside all you see is a door, but after walking down the stairs the place could easily fit over 100 guests.

At $18.90 the burger itself is a little on the pricey side, but a price I would be more than happy to spend again. The bread is baked in house, the dips are made fresh and the beef was cooked with a slight pink to perfection.

Not your average burger joint most of us have on our lists, but one that should be on it.

I don’t think there is much use for the side salad, but the chips were awesome. If no salad made it a tad cheaper, that would be my recommendation to the chef.

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