The Best Burger in Toronto
The best burgers in Toronto can be found at a motley crew of restaurants, from old school burger shacks to steakhouses to sprawling chains and pubs. These places couldn't be more different, but they all have one thing in common: a killer recipe for a juicy burger.
Here are the best burgers in Toronto.
See also: The top 50 burgers in Toronto
There’s a reason why Burger’s Priest outposts are popping up all across the GTA. These praiseworthy burgers are flavour-popping, griddle-smashed patties of beef, while the limited combinations of toppings stay true to what a burger should be, making the whole more than a sum of its parts.
Holy Chuck is another thriving burger business born in Toronto known for its rolled patties that are made hourly from high quality steak. The menu here is expansive, listing over two dozen signature burgers, one more extreme then the next. Here you can Go Cluck Yourself with a six patty, six cheese, triple bacon monster.
The burger at this pub on the Danforth isn't even advertised on the menu, but those in the know ask for it anyway. It isn't so much a patty, but rather a thick, juicy ball of fresh sirloin. It’s served with nothing more than the basics - crunchy pickles, crisp lettuce, onion, and fresh tomatoes.
This family-run diner in Scarborough offers the option to have your burger griddled or charbroiled. Mama's Signature burger is the way to go. It starts with two house-ground beef patties that are loaded with bacon and caramelized onions before cheese is applied to both the top and bottom.
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