Beechboro and Morley store owners Richard and Annie Hill invited us to give the new system a whirl to create burgers with a twist.
Choosing from more than 30 ingredients including crispy bacon, guacamole, grilled pineapple and Colby cheese, there are much more choices than the humble McChicken burger. When we arrived our host went through the process of ordering with us, then delivered our meals to the table when they were ready.
I went for a brioche bun with double Angus beef patties, crispy bacon, Swiss cheese and chipotle, served with a side of fries and soda water.
My colleague went for a bunless burger (lettuce leaves instead of a bun), with Angus beef patty, pineapple, avocado, tomato, crispy bacon and a side of fries.
My burger was delicious and certainly matched it with the gourmet burger joints serving the same sort of combination.
My colleague described her combination as tasty and substantial, despite forgoing the bun for the lettuce wrap.
Mrs Hill said while still only new to the stores, the concept had proven popular.
Other eastern suburb stores to have the new system include Maylands and Mirrabooka.
Create Your Taste is the first of many new initiatives to be implemented around the country, with the aim of adapting the service and food experience the restaurant chain offers its customers.