Book for Burger Night at CH James


CH James is bringing it's burger "A game" to Fairfield with a Burger Night, held in the standout CH James Courtyard in Fairfield on Friday March 31 from 6pm. The Burger Night promises to be fabulous following highly successful outdoor events in the past.

Part of the attraction is the ambience of CH James at night. With the old church next door, the fairy lights, the delights of our courtyard with garden areas, chic tables and mural on the wall, the atmosphere will be magical.

CH James already has a chartopping CH James burger - which will be offered on the night - but there are also several new burgers to be enjoyed on the night for this event.  How about a Crispy Pork Burger with mango salsa and sriracha? Or a delicious Crumbed Mushroom Burger with bacon, relish, dill pickle and aioli? Or even a Fried Chicken Burger with mango salsa and sriracha? 


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Here is the CH James Burger with chips. All burgers are served on brioche bun for $16.50 each. Sides include Mac & cheese with a garlic crumb, Beer Battered Chips with Malt Vinegar and Rosemary Salt, as well as Leafy Green Salad with Pickled Radish. Sides are $8.50.

CH James boasts top chefs with highly acclaimed breakfast and lunch dishes, as well as popular catering through Valensia function space. CH James loves to entertain and put on fun events and love their Northern suburbs community. Chefs are primed and ready to go...

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To complement the burgers, there's plenty of beer including CH James craft beer range including Colonial Brewing Small Ale.

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A scene from the recent popular Spanish Night taken just before dark (when the party lights and old church light up). Station Street will be buzzing with our burgers, so why don't you book for the Burger Night on March 31 by contacting CH James by phone on 9486 3484 or by email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. CH James is a trio of festive spaces at 86 Station St Fairfield, just out of the city, and is easily accessible from most of Melbourne including the eastern suburbs (just off Chandler's exit from the Eastern).