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Woody's Burgers

Posted by Staff / Listed on June 18, 2011 / review policy

Woody's Burgers TorontoWoody's Burgers is a gourmet burger joint offering classic and stuffed burgers, as well as pulled pork sandwiches, mac & cheese, and an all-day breakfast.



Cathy / December 2, 2011 at 02:18 pm
Disappointed in Wood's all way around. Heard it was great. 1) Our buzzer didn't work - so we weren't called when burger ready. 2) Burger was dried out - certainly overcooked. 3) Fries needed another 3 - 4 minutes cooking - pretty hard.
4) Didn't care for the taste of the burger. 5) Cleanliness - tables are not well cleaned and staff although wearing gloves while cooking were pushing hair out of the face.
Not the best experience. Sorry.
KP / January 4, 2012 at 05:48 pm
All Ontario turkey is hormone free - has been forever.
AS / April 11, 2012 at 10:59 am
Woody's is delicious! Definitely one of the best bugers places in the west end. The smell of the wood burning grill is intoxicating when you walk in. Their fries aren't the best, could use some work... but the burgers make up for it. We have gone back many times, and recommended to many.
SH / October 25, 2012 at 03:11 am
Unimpressed by their Rude Staff so we left before trying a burger.
George / November 10, 2012 at 03:51 pm
Best burger in Toronto in my opinion and I've been to them all.. fresh, juicy, the wood burning grill makes it that much better. No one makes em this good.
Janet / March 21, 2013 at 10:49 pm
UGH! I just ate at Woody's. HATED IT!!

I ordered a Canadian (cheddar cheese, pulled pork, bacon, and a fried egg) w/ sweet potato fries, and an iced tea.

My counterpart ordered a large sweet potato poutine w/ double gravy.

Here are our complaints:

1- The Canadian was missing the cheese. Also, there were 2 sandwiches sandwiched together, kind of weird, but I just got a free sandwich, so WHATEVER!
2- The Canadian was soggy, and not very tasty. After a few bites, I was actually kind of grossed out. It wasn't sweet, it wasn't salty, it tasted like a bland, soggy mess in my mouth. NOT IMPRESSED. Both sandwiches went in the trash.
3- The poutine barely had any gravy, much less the double gravy we requested. My companion is from the Quebec region, and he was looking for more of a Quebec style poutine (e.g. fries and curds intermixed and swimming in a pool of gravy) what he got were soggy fries with a layer of melted cheese on top.

$22 down the drain

We were sooo unimpressed with our meal, 2 hours later we went back down to the Lakeshore and stopped off at Burrito Boyz. WHAT an improvement!

Perhaps the burgers are good, but the pulled pork and the poutine DEFINITELY weren't.

Dan / June 2, 2013 at 01:21 pm
Woody's is the best burger place in Toronto. I've pretty much tried every burger place in the GTA and Woody's is the best by far!
Angelo / January 17, 2014 at 12:45 pm
The patty wasn't the greatest. It wasn't overly dry but wasn't moist or juicy. Stockyards has the best burger thus far...
Rose / April 25, 2014 at 05:51 pm
Woody's Burgers are a bit of a hit and miss, but are usually really good. The Memphis pulled pork sandwich is amazing! The fries are pretty decent, could be crispier, and the poutine gravy occasionally tastes a little sweet, but overall, it's a good place to eat.
Jay / September 16, 2014 at 03:05 pm
Tokyo burger is #1! I hit woodys once a week and wouldn't think of eating anywhere else. the woddys lager on tap is a dream match.

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