10 Toronto takes on the Big Mac
Toronto loves the Big Mac so much that local burger joints, vegan bars and seafood institutions are all riffing on this classic dish. While you can find the iconic combination of beef, special sauce, lettuce, cheese, pickles and onions on pizza and stuffed into baos, it's the double-decker burger version that really is the showstopper.
Here's where to find an indie take on a Big Mac in Toronto.
This beast of a burger is bigger and greasier than the classic from McDs. The High Priest is two beef patties topped with cheese, pickles, shredded lettuce, diced onions and secret sauce on a non-sesame seed bun and is available at their locations all over Toronto.
You won't find the Rudy Mac on their small menu but when ordering from one of their four locations just ask for it by name. You'll be rewarded with a burger stacked with two beef patties, lettuce, cheese, pickles, onion, and then all slathered in Rudy sauce.
The description for this burger is pretty much this song. It might be pricier than the original, but The Big Chuck can be found at any three of the their locations and is made with fresh, hand-rolled patties.
If you're going to order a burger from this Bloorcourt restaurant make sure it's their Blossy and make it a double. It comes with all classic Big Mac toppings minus the onions.
This King West institution is putting a seafood spin on the burger. Yes, you read that correctly. The Salmon Mac ditches the beef patties for salmon and tops it with all the classic ingredients, special mac-style sauce, pickles, cheese, lettuce and onions.
It's not just about the hot dogs at this popular Toronto fast food chain. The restaurant is also cooking up stellar burgers which includes my personal favourite, The Big Fancy. It features two patties, American cheese, lettuce, pickles, onions and fancy sauce.
The menu at this Dundas West spot goes far beyond brunch offerings. They have a whole section dubbed Sandwichville and that's where you'll discover their Notorious B.I.G. Mac Burger. It's two beef patties smothered in cheese, pickle, old school mac sauce all on a Martin's potato roll.
Jesse Milns at The Burger's Priest
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