The Best Sliders in Toronto
The best sliders in Toronto might be small, but they're big on flavour. These diminutive burgers include classic beef patties seared on a flattop to mini takes on the classic Big Mac. They're all so good you'll likely want two... or three or four.
Here is the list of the best sliders in Toronto.
Mini buns topped with beef, turkey, bison, kobe beef, lamb and pulled pork are all on offer at this burger bar with locations at Yonge and College and on Caledonia Road. Want to try one of each? Just order the slider sampler. More »
This restaurant on Strachan has a menu filled with diminutive monte cristo sandwiches and dainty fish tacos. Despite the abundant variety, you'll find a tasty, traditional mini cheeseburger topped with onions, pickles, mustard, ketchup and American cheese. More »
The massive taproom in Liberty Village does mini craft burgers on brioche rolls dressed with jalapeno havarti, maple bacon and sambal mayo. If you're not feeling the beef, opt for pulled pork sliders topped with apple sauerkraut or buttermilk fried chicken sliders piled with spicy jicama slaw. More »
This burger joint on The Danforth has dubbed its signature mini burger Stompini's. Served two at a time, these adorable griddle-smashed patties get slapped with cheddar and loaded with caramelized onions, ketchup and mayo. More »
The menu changes daily at this Ossington restaurant, but many would be outraged if the elk sliders disappeared. Served on toasted challah, these open-face sandwiches feature gamey patties glazed in mirin galangal and come topped with a tangy pickle. More »
Purists will be relieved to find these mustard-crusted beef sliders served on pain au lait buns. The bar on Adelaide Street West dresses 'em up with bacon, goat cheese, bread-and-butter pickles and animal sauce. More »
At the corner of Yonge and Gerrard, this upmarket wine bar serves up mini burgers that draw inspiration from McD's. Served three at a time, these sliders come on freshly baked buns with American cheese, secret sauce and pickles. More »
The selection of sliders at this Queen West snack bar veers into weird and wonderful territory with two-bite sandwiches topped with deep fried mac 'n cheese and smoked duck. Or, stick to the cheddar-topped beef patties. More »