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Free Binge Brain Burger (Lamb Brain Patty) @ 5 Select Grill'd Stores (Excluding TAS, NT, ACT)

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Grill'd has partnered with Binge for an advertising stunt, but a free burger is free I guess!

A total of 650 Lamb Brain burgers for free (Takeaway or Dine-In) across the following locations:

  • Richmond (VIC)
  • Bondi Junction (NSW)
  • South Bank (QLD)
  • Victoria Park (WA)
  • Rundle St (SA)

Description of the burger:

A crumbed lamb brain pattie with oakleaf lettuce, tomato, rhubarb, beetroot ketchup and a slather of brainnaise between two charcoal buns.

Every BINGE Brain Burger will be served with a one month free trial for new customers of BINGE. You'll receive your subscription card when you order.

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  • +8 votes

    Lamb brain?? This doesn't sound nice to eat…

    • +2 votes

      Can't wait to get Mad Sheep Disease.

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        Seems plausible: Mad Cow is believed to have come from feeding cattle the remains of sheep infected with scrapie.

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      Isn't that what's included in some patties anyway? I'd be game if I could get to one.

    • +8 votes

      It's ok. I reckon most people would happily eat offal if it was served to them but they weren't told what it actually was. YMMV.

      • +1 vote

        Yep, was served lots of offal as a kid - lamb brains, pickled cow tongue, liver, hearts, sweetbreads, etc - all tested great, didn't know the difference at the time so didn't care!

    • +5 votes

      Crumbed Lambs Brains used to be a staple at any local RSL. Not too bad, but not great either. one of those things that were eaten so nothing went wasted but now that we consume, consume, consume there are much better options

      • +9 votes

        Anything crumbed is essentially delicious.

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      tastes like chicken nuggets on a bun, most wouldnt know it was brains

    • +2 votes

      I might be tempted to chow down on adult human brains but those of a baby sheep? That's just wrong.

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      🤢

  • +3 votes

    Hard pass

    • +11 votes

      Drink prune juice afterwards…

      • +1 vote

        I wish I knew about prune juice before I shat myself three times on Saturday

  • +29 votes

    This one's a no brainer for me.

    • -1 vote

      Are you sheepish ?

      • +4 votes

        Nah, he doesn't like to pass up on a baaaargain

  • +1 vote
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    How to claim? Is it just a walk-in? No prior registration required?

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      That's what the website said.

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    Edit made a comment about the brain of the wrong animal!

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    Isn't this what sausage rolls are for?

  • +1 vote

    Indians been eating brain for years.

    It's called Maguz in hindi. Tastes like scrabbled eggs.

    • +12 votes

      scrabbled

      How many points is it worth?

      • +7 votes

        E1G2G2S1 = 6 Points

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      Indians been eating brain for years.

      Cherokee or Apache ?

  • +2 votes

    Lamb Brain burgers

    These sound offal !!!

  • +1 vote

    Free Grill'd burger
    click
    That sounds a bit weird, thought Binge Brain was just a name
    sees no stores near me anyway
    Guess it's another $2 cheesy at HJs with the chips/drink receipt today

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      Misread that as cheesy HJ for a second… :x

  • +4 votes

    No thanks even its free.

  • +4 votes

    Do not eat any animal brain.

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      I’ll try not to but any particular reason why? This sounds like a warning rather than a preference

  • +8 votes

    A big no-thanks to this… Not sure what is more disgusting, the burger itself, the rodents living off the ingredients within Grill'd restaurants, or the staff getting scammed with wage theft who are the ones ultimately paying for these deals.

  • +4 votes

    On the assumption that the burgers are safe to eat, I don't know why some people are so against this.
    There is probably offal in lots of others foods that they enjoy.

  • +2 votes

    Yum….crumbed Brain Burger…my favourite (seriously)

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    We need a poll.
    Definitely not eating this stuff, but I respect those bold enough to try anything.

    • +6 votes
    • +6 votes

      It's an interesting comment on our privilege as a society where we really turn out noses up at offal, isn't it?

      • -3 votes

        Not as privileged as turning our noses against not killing animals for anything we don't really need to.

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          I don't think veganism is the way of the future.

          Insect farms > food, likely is however.

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            @TEER3X: Yes, exploit and kill even more sentient beings that consume more calories and protein than can be extracted from them, but dismiss thriving off plants directly. Sounds like a grand plan.

            • -1 vote

              @afoveht: Good luck not supplementing your diet with vitamins as well as trying to raise a baby without cow's milk

              Insects are about as sentient as the plants you eat.

              Now go take a shower you hippie.

              • -1 vote

                @TEER3X:

                trying to raise a baby without cow's milk

                Been there, done that. Have vegan from conception and vegan from infancy kids consistently in the top NAPLAN tiers for maths and English.

                Are your children perhaps bovine calves?

                • -2 votes

                  @afoveht:

                  Have vegan from conception

                  No but I speak 3 languages and can write coherent sentences in English.

                  Good for you for being a vegan, but go somewhere else if you want to push your agenda. This thread is about eating meat.

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        I'm just not a fan of entrails, having grown up in a family where every Easter my parents would cook an entrail stew, the stench of it has scarred me for life.

        That and the monkey brains scene in one of those Indiana Jones movies.

        This might be completely different, but I'm just not game enough to try it.

  • +2 votes

    Sounds baaaaaaaad

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    Come now, don't be so sheepish.

  • +1 vote

    Brains… lobe them or leave 'em

  • -2 votes

    lamb brains ain't great - just looking to maximise profits because of falling price…small farmer still see's sweet fa

    • +5 votes

      maximise profits

      Free burger.

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        1. Customer comes in for free burger.
        2. Customer can't stomach it.
        3. Customer buys overpriced drink and burger to wash down disgusting taste.
        4. Profit??
  • +2 votes

    what's next

    lamb guts twisters

    lamb balls sliders

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      There may not be enough rams to feed all the hungry people looking to get some ball sliders to wet their appetite!

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        I haven't seen any marketing materials on this apart from this ozbargain post but I can't shake off the thought that all they are saying with this is:

        hey you brainless sheep get a brain and a free month of binge

        ok whatever

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    Brains being on a chain restaurant menu is causing controversy in 2021. Mind boggling :)
    But Grill'd are out of their mind if they didn't think it would be polarising.

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      It is a marketing ploy.
      And no doubt, Grill'd is getting a payout from Binge to do it.

    • +1 vote

      It's not like they're going to lose customers.

      They do, however, get free publicity right now.

  • +5 votes

    Hi everyone!

    Just a little clarity around this one.

    We’re celebrating season ten of The Walking Dead, now streaming on BINGE, the best way we know how. We introduce to you, the BINGE Brain Burger, our latest innovation for those with an appetite for adventure.

    The BINGE Brain Burger is available FREE from five restaurants on March 6 & 7 when you order in-restaurant to dine-in or takeaway. Website link: https://www.grilld.com.au/news/latest/bingebrainburger

    A total of 650 Lamb Brain burgers for free (Takeaway or Dine-In) across the following locations:

    Richmond (VIC)
    Bondi Junction (NSW)
    South Bank (QLD)
    Victoria Park (WA)
    Rundle St (SA)

    Every BINGE Brain Burger will be served with a one month free trial for new customers of BINGE. You'll receive your subscription card when you order.

    More info: https://www.grilld.com.au/news/latest/bingebrainburger

    • +1 vote

      Weird, why was this downvoted o.o

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      Does this mean it's 650 burgers in total or 650 burgers per day?

      • +1 vote

        "A total of 650"

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      Can we please get more information around what time of the day we go in to redeem the burger?

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        During opening hours presumably.

  • +3 votes

    We know about the deal, but can't stomach the burgers, the rodents, or the shady business practices of Grill'd.

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    Jokes aside, how does this actually taste for those who have tried this offal before?

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    Aren't they all vegan in Bondi Junction?

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    hmm eating lamb dementia …

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    The zombies are coming…. BRrrAaainssss..

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    i'm plus voting it because they're finally allowing takeaway instead of forcing dine-in only as per previous deals.

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    It's a delicacy in some countries. European Cooks would prepare it for me in the kitchen I worked in. Loved lambs brains!

    For a review of how airline Cathay Pacific prepared lambs brains for their first class passengers, with advice of 3 Michelin star chef

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    braaaaaaaaaaaiiiiiiiiiiiiiinssssssssssssssssss

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    Is purchase required?

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      This one tasted good because it's free

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    No thanks, no wonder they're free.

    Can't see many people paying their prices for this instead of non-offal beef.

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    Anyone want to give me their binge subscription code/voucher/thingy? :p

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    is this really 'lamb brain' meat or just a punt on words as plant based protein patties?

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      It is lamb brain. It follows on from the Bunny Burger a few years ago. With the amount or rat-issues in stores, you know what burger is coming next.

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        lnp burger then?

  • +6 votes

    I'm Lebanese and we eat lamb brain all the time and it is delicious!!! When pan fried the outside is crispy and the inside soft so u eat it with leb bread and squeeze some lemon over it. Taste like bone marrow but crumbed in a burger wowwww I'd love to try that yummmmmyyyyyy

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      doesn't taste of much at all, which is why u use the lemon…

    • -1 vote

      Yum!!

    • -1 vote

      Coming over your house bro.

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    Thanks not monkey brains

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    Well, got the email from Grill'd today, being a Relish member already. T&Cs doesn't specifically mention "No Purchase Necessary". Any clarity around this?

  • +3 votes

    Verdict: overall, it wasn't bad, but the texture was a little unusual. Probably wouldn't get it again. Glad I tried it though.

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    Reminds me of indiana jones…"chilled monkey brain"..

  • -1 vote

    As if brains aren't yummy enough, they added rhubarb! Excuse me while I go barf.

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    tried one afternoon. taste like salty jelly, yuck! but not as horrible as other thought. glad tried one for this promotion.