You can find our full allergens list here
We are always willing to tailor our specific menu items for our vegan/vegetarian guests, so don’t be afraid to ask when visiting us. Betty’s Classic Plant is our plant based version of our classic burger, which is of course vegetarian. To make it vegan, simply remove the cheese and sauce and swap the bun for our Vegan one.
Our most popular options are our Betty’s Classic Vegan or our grilled mushroom burger on a vegan bun, or, our Bare Betty with a grilled mushroom. As sides the garden salad and, of course, our delicious fries are great vegan options also.
Restaurants are not legally allowed to present themselves as gluten free unless there is zero gluten on the premises. As such, we have recently updated our printed menu to refer to low gluten (LG) items instead of gluten free (GF). This change has been made due to updates in legal compliance and to ensure that we have our guests health and safety front of mind.
Please ensure you speak to our restaurant manager and advise our restaurant team upon ordering to inform them of any dietary requirements or allergies you or your family has, so they can ensure you are looked after. We take extra care to use clean utensils along with gloves and segregated packaging when any allergy is brought to the restaurant’s attention.
Unfortunately our kitchens are not classed as a ‘gluten-free environment’ and therefore we cannot 100% guarantee a gluten free order. However we have several options on our menu classed as low-gluten. All of our restaurants offer a specific vegan bun that is baked without gluten, as well as a “bare” burger option that’s wrapped in lettuce as a substitute for a bun.
For our coeliac guests, we toast our vegan buns on a separate grill not containing gluten to avoid cross contamination. Please be advised that our Shroom and Crispy Chicken burgers do contain gluten in the breading however, upon request we can prepare a grilled version of these.
Our chips are cooked in a separate fryer in most restaurants to avoid them containing gluten, however we do recommend that you confirm this with the restaurant upon ordering.
Our concretes are made from vanilla and chocolate frozen custard bases which are low gluten, however some of the mix-ins may contain gluten, so please ask the team which ones you should avoid when ordering.
Betty’s Burgers is not independently halal certified, however our chicken products are prepared halal from our supplier. Our beef supplier has also recently received halal certification. Upon request, when preparing grilled chicken burgers and beef burgers, we can offer our guests the option of cleaning our grill prior to cooking to ensure no pork or beef products are present.
Our burger buns contain milk, so we would suggest you opt for our vegan bun and request we toast the bun without ghee to ensure we prepare you a dairy-free meal. You can also enjoy any burger wrapped in lettuce if you’re looking for a lactose-free option. All our burgers also come with cheese, so please make our team aware of your dietary requirement so they can remove the cheese.
Unfortunately the base of our thick shakes are made from our house-made custard ice cream which contains dairy, so we are unable to prepare a dairy-free version of it.
Our sauces and frozen custards are all pasteurised.
Due to the size of our business we are not yet required by law to have our menu recipes measured by industry authorities. We can happily provide you a contents list of each of our menu items in case of allergens but unfortunately, not the specific weights or kilojoules/ calories.
All of our restaurants are licensed. We serve a selection of boutique beers, wines and ciders.
We do not use alcohol to prepare any of our food.
We currently offer online ordering for in-store pickup and delivery options in most of our restaurants. Please refer to our website under the Order tab for our full list of delivery services that are available by location.