The Best Burger in Toronto
The best burgers in Toronto are mouthwatering icons that cover the gamut of American cheese singles topped dirty burgers all the way to fancy, foie gras crowned creations. Like your burgers old-school? We've got a separate list for those as well as a list of where to inhale some of the best burgers Toronto's finer restaurants have to offer. For this list we've kept our focus on the new wave of gourmet burger joints that now dot our city. Whether you're loyal to something that still resembles the humble classic or looking to sink you teeth into some innovative new riff, these are truly Toronto's burger kings.
Here are the best burgers in Toronto.
The best old school burgers in Toronto
The best restaurant burgers in Toronto
The best late night burgers in Toronto
The best turkey burgers in Toronto
The best veggie burgers in Toronto
The best cheeseburgers in Toronto
Prospering with multiple locations, this high-and-mighty chain has amassed a devoted following of burger fanatics. The standard menu kicks it old-school, while the (not so) secret menu offers playful west coast-style variations nestled between grilled cheeses or topped with panko-crusted jalapenos. More »
This midtown burger shop is known for epic and unapologetic burgers like the six-patty Go Chuck Yourself ($19.99) stacked between grilled cheese sandwiches, or the Holy Duck ($27.99) amplified with bacon, maple, seared foie gras and black truffles. More »
On Roncy, this burger shop makes its juicy patties daily from house-ground grass-fed beef. On offer are six selections like the classically dressed Au Natural ($7.25), or the Seoul Man ($9), which comes tricked out with bold kimichi and pickled cucumber. More »
This St. Clair joint might be best known for its fried chicken and smokehouse fare, but it also turns out standout griddle-smashed burgers. The Butter Burger ($11) is a critical hit, laced with bone marrow and dressed with blue cheese, red wine butter, onion frites and butter lettuce. More »
This offshoot of Parts & Labour makes a notoriously good burger in over half a dozen variations. Best bets include the namesake P&L Burger ($9) topped with bacon, cheddar and onion jam or the innovative Italian ($9) smothered with tomato sauce, mozza and peppers. More »
The wood grill imparts maximum flavour on patties made of ground beef, turkey, chicken or bison at this bar and grill on The Lakeshore. Specialties are globally inspired featuring unusual options like the chicken tandoori burger ($6.95), and the ginger and wasabi-topped Tokyo burger ($6.05). More »
This indie fast-food destination in Scarborough is home to a solid roster of classic cheeseburgers including the infamous Juicy Lucy ($6.79), a mid-west staple featuring an all-beef, cheddar-stuffed patty that oozes with hot melted cheese. More »