The world's most delicious hamburger
Not only known as the capital of the adventure game, Queenstown is also the birthplace of the world's best hamburger. When you come here, you're not hard to catch the long line of people lined with joyful glee, waiting to enjoy huge cake outside the shop called "Fergburger". Photo: Little planet.
Ferbuger almost compulsory stopover for international travelers, especially those who love hamburgers. "My friends in Taiwan, Sweden, Canada have shown an envious when you see me taking pictures with this delicious cake. Fergburger's called himself Mr. Big Stuff has said it all, "one visitor said happily. One of the most popular dishes at Fergburger as venison pie. Photo: CNN.
Ferbuger first opened in 2001 but because hidden behind the wall, it is difficult to find. A few years later, the store moved to the current location is located on Shotover Street, Queenstown. Although the area is not large but stores up to 10 chefs and 50 employees, enough to meet the customers always crowded. Photo: Marketing for restaurant.
Steve Bradley, director Fergburger said: "The business philosophy of the store is treated customers the way they want to, and I think that's the key to our success." Photo: ODT.
The success is the result of the continuous efforts of staff who have to work 24 hours / day (includes 3 hours cleaning), or difficulty in sourcing fresh food from the local other methods. Photo: Waikato - Travel ajc.
Many people still ask "Ferg is who?", "Who has created this famous dish?". But Bradley said the owner of the store really never want to appear in public and always refused to reveal anything about himself. "Our motto is customer-oriented products, provide the best service and freshest food," Bradley said. Photo: Wanderluster.