Fish & Burger Co.

I challenge you to reinvent the way you once perceived the local Fish & Chip store.Lines of eager patrons, ticket in hand, waiting for the call to duty, then laying claim to a warm newspaper parcel.Such are the days of yore, but take the time to reminisce how you felt, close your eyes and feel that emotional connection you may have had, now incorporate that emotion into today’s streamlined and sophisticated take on the humble fish and chips shop and you end up with the F&B co.

Of Lebanese descent, Andrew owner and operator of F&B co. is also a local resident of Doncaster and is in no stranger to the world of hospitality as he had once owned another Fish and Chipery nearby.


Armed with expert knowledge of the cuisine and aspirations to improve the local food scene, Andrew set out to make his vision a reality.The idea to open this caliber of eatery derived from the concept of bringing inner city style to the outer reaches of Melbourne,whist still maintaining the Brunswick-esk cosmopolitan vibe.

bottles 11 took a trip down memory lane with the Fish and Burger company abbreviated F&b sample some of the menu items.  has opened its doors for trading  since late 2015 in this time they have established a respectable menu  including items that are not exclusive to just seafood as the name would have you believe, instead the opposite ,catering to a wider audience of people including beef,chicken, lamb burgers as well as vego and Gluten Free options which are also available.


My opinions?The burgers were something special, especially the vegetarian burger, if it could talk it would have been whispering to my “taste buds eat meee”! It’s worth noting I’d be happy to eat these necessary morsels on a daily basis.



If I was to mosey on down Doncaster in the future I’d love to test drive the “Hey Hombre” with its jalapeños, Spanish onions & chipotle mayo.

burger in hand



There were numerous other items we tried and each were as good as the next with good quality ingredients that have been locally sourced from places such as Richmond Oysters & Toby’s Estate


Conclusion The food and drinks industry can be a  risky business at the best of times but with an equal risk reward for those who dream to dare.



Without the drive to grow onwards and outwards the food scene would become, stale and stagnant.Only time will tell, if other entrepreneur’s take the initiative in joining Andrew on his crusade to make the outer limits,a sanctuary for migrating herds of foodies.

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The Fish And Burger Co.

1001 Doncaster Rd


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