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The Australian Capital Territory’s top-ranked restaurant chain has a burger-based menu.
The Melbourne-based Fort Greene has won four Golden Mac awards, including best burger.
Its latest win, which was announced on Wednesday, has been based on its “most authentic and innovative menu” since the chain was founded in 1999.
Its “most traditional, flavourful and authentic” burger is “the perfect combination of meat and cheese”, according to the award-winning chain.
The burger has an average score of 86, based on scores from more than 5,000 people, including more than 30 critics.
The Fort Greenes menu is based on burgers and sides, with “everything from chicken and cheese to burgers and fries”.
It includes burgers made from the beef of the most popular animal in the world: beef, pork and lamb.
It also features a burger made with a variety of sauces, including curry and mayonnaise, which are sourced from Australia.
A burger made from a local species, such as Tasmanian tiger and Tasmanian mackerel, is available on the menu.
Fort Greene, which has been on the market for six years, also has a Burger Kings brand.
It’s been in the news a lot lately.
Last year, a court ordered the company to pay more than $10 million in damages to an Indigenous man who said it discriminated against him.
Fort Greens owner Michael Gorman said the lawsuit against the company was “completely bogus”.
“We are very pleased with the outcome of this case,” he said.
“The claim was completely without merit and there was no evidence presented that this company discriminated against anyone in any way.”
“We will be appealing the court’s decision to the High Court.”
The restaurant chain is a subsidiary of Fort Hills Foods, a company that produces meat from Tasmanian tigers and Tasmanians mackerells.
Fort Hills Foods chief executive, Mark O’Connor, said the company would “continue to vigorously defend our position”.
“The fact that the court has dismissed the claim is testament to the quality of the meat and the quality that our suppliers, who are of high quality, deliver,” he told news.com.au.