The 50 Best Canada Burgers

The 50 Best Burgers In Canada

If there is one thing that we can all agree on in life, it’s that nothing beats the taste of a really good burger. Juicy chargrilled meat, a soft homemade bun and your toppings of choice – you really can’t go wrong.

Like many of the world’s great dishes, they are incredibly simple; but when done really right absolutely mouthwateringly beautiful.

Here at Big 7 Travel, we take burgers very seriously so after announcing the 50 best in Europe and Australia, we’re now revealing the very best burgers that Canada has to offer.

50th. Chic Shack – Quebec City, Quebec

From bison to lobster, The Chic Shack’s mission is to use only fresh, premium ingredients and you can taste the passion in every mouthful. While it’s easy to get distracted by their fantastic Poutine or salads, you need to try their burgers. Buttery brioche buns, maple smoked bacon and a whole lot of flavour come together beautifully.

If you love burgers you should check out the 21 Pizzas In Canada You Have To Eat Before You Die.

Chez Tousignant Burgers

49th. Les Trois Garçons – Quebec City, Quebec

Big juicy burgers made with local ingredients are what these guys are all about and they’re absolutely delicious. Can’t decide what to order? Get The Charlevoix: a double patty (3oz.) of AAA ground beef, 1608 and Hercule cheese from the Charlevoix dairy farm, caramelized and fried onions, artisanal bacon and bourbon BBQ sauce.

48th. Boogie’s Burgers – Calgary, Alberta

Boogie’s Burgers is a “no-holds-barred burger emporium” that serves up huuuge burgers that are insanely juicy. These burgers are beasts – the ‘Don’t Fear The Reaper’ comes with our all beef patties, four slices of bacon, a butterflied 100% all beef wiener, two slices of cheddar, a fried egg, boogies signature red sauce, lettuce, tomato and onion. Then to top it all, off a mini corn dog.

47th. Chez Tousignant – Montreal, Quebec

One of Montreal’s coolest burger joints, this spot has a retro vibe and a small-but-perfect menu of good things to eat. A casual snack bar, burgers are made with pure Canadian beef and absolutely everything is homemade. Burgers here are on a whole other level.

Chez Tousignant Burgers

46th. The Burger Joint – Edmonton, Alberta 

The Original Burger Joint is a fantastic little place with superb food quality and incredible flavours – the range of burgers here is unbeatable. Go wild and build you own, choosing from Hot Jerk Chicken, Lamb, Double Beef or Donair to make it 100% to your liking.

The Burger Joint

45th. Splitz Grill – Vancouver, British Columbia

What started out as a tiny burger shack in Whistler soon grew legs and the owners opened up their store in Vancouver over 10 years ago. As well as their signature Splitz beef burgers (which are a must-try) you can also get tuna fillet or turkey sausage options if you’re on a health buzz.

Splitz Grill Burgers

44th. Pinks Burgers – Hamilton, Ontario

Pinks Burgers is a casual burger restaurant in Hamilton, Ontario, that keep things simple. With just four burgers on the menu (single or double beef or black bean), you can change things up with classic toppings. They also do pretty tasty Gyros, but it’s their freshly made burgers that will win you over.

If you love burgers you should check out the 21 Pizzas In Canada You Have To Eat Before You Die.

Pinks Burgers

43rd. Golden Star – Toronto, Ontario

An absolutely classic local diner, Golden Star has been feeding generations their drool worthy burgers since 1964. The juicy, homemade burgers are legendary in the Thornhill area and it’s a much loved family eatery. Once you try the burgers you’ll understand why it’s so popular.

Golden Star Burgers

42nd. Jukebox Burgers -Dollard-des-Ormeaux, Quebec

Located in the heart of West Island, Jukebox Burgers is a funky diner-style restaurant that excels when it comes to burgers. They bake their buns every morning, select only the finest cuts of meat, and use the freshest ingredients. The Poutine burger is a cheesy piece of heaven on a plate.  

Jukebox Burgers

41st. Pourhouse – Vancouver, British Columbia

Pourhouse is a Gastown staple for a few drinks and a bite to eat. All of the food is made using fresh, local and seasonal ingredients, and it shows in the outstanding flavours. Their Pourhouse Burger with Pork Belly, Caramelised Onion and Gruyere Cheese is our top pick.

Pourhouse Burgers

40th. Nuburger – Winnipeg, Manitoba

Nuburger aims to perfect the “guilt free” burger, and they’re actually succeeding. They make their own tasty sauces with less oil, salt, and sugar, pile on fresh wholesome toppings and seek out locally-raised grass-fed cattle. Burgers are made with wholesome, non-processed, the-way-it-should-be ingredients. Delicious.


39th. Krave Burger – Halifax, Nova Scotia

Want 100% pure beef burgers, completely filler-free, that sizzle on the grill and melt in your mouth? Come to Krave Burger and you’ll never leave feeling let down. Burgers use Atlantic Beef and come sandwiched between a butter-toasted homemade bun.

Krave Burger in Canada

38th. Brazen Hall Kitchen & Brewery – Winnipeg, Manitoba

Brazen Hall is the the first true brewpub in the area of Fort Rouge, so not only can you get a seriously great burger, you can also wash it down with a lip smacking beer. Burgers come with a uniquely tasty scallion potato bun and roast garlic aioli. A flavour powerhouse in a bun

Brazen Hall Kitchen & Brewery Burgers in Canada

37th. The Stockyards Smokehouse & Larder – Toronto, Ontario

This small Southern BBQ diner is a St. Clair favourite, with most people opting to get their perfectly charred meaty meals to take-out. The menu here is much the same as it’s always been—sandwiches, burgers, fried chicken and out of this world ribs. The burgers are thick, juicy and melt in your mouth.

If you love burgers you should check out the 21 Pizzas In Canada You Have To Eat Before You Die.

The Stockyards Smokehouse & Larder Burgers in Canada

36th. Bells and Whistles – Vancouver, British Columbia

Bells and Whistles serve juicy cheeseburgers made with organic BC beef that is superbly tender. Toppings include rosemary bacon and fried pickles, which take things up a notch. Throw in some of their soft serve ice cream to finish things off and you have yourself a very special place indeed.

Bells and Whistles Burgers in Canada

35th. 1stRND – Edmonton, Alberta

1st RND pride themselves on their delectable beef chuck burgers that will leave you beyond satisfied. Go for a classic Bacon Cheeseburger or go wild with the Donut Burger: a signature beef patty topped with cheddar cheese, candied maple bacon, and served between two glazed donuts.

Did we mention they also have over 75 brands of beer? Because you’ll need something to wash those burgers down with.

1stRND Burgers in Canada

34th. Native Tongues Taqueria – Calgary, Alberta

If you’re looking for something slightly different then be sure to stop by Native Tongues. An authentic Mexican food joint with a focus on tacos and Mezcal, they also do a pretty damn great burger. Their Hamburguesa al Carbon comes with gooey melted cheese and potato chips.

Native Tongues Taqueria Burgers in Canada

33rd. Little Louie’s Burger Joint & Soupery –  Cambridge, Ontario

Little Louie’s Burger Joint is Cambridge’s favourite place to go to for a satisfying juicy burger. Make your burger to your satisfaction with their Build Your Own, with a range of meats and toppings available. One bite of these bad boys and you’ll wish you had a Little Louie’s on your doorstep.

 Little Louie's Burger Joint & Soupery

32nd. Tonic Kitchen And Bar – Calgary, Alberta

Tonic’s food menu evolves with the seasons featuring the freshest local products and super tasty burgers. Despite being located in Calgary Airport, it maintains a high standard that goes above what you expect from airport food.

Tonic Kitchen And Bar Burgers in Canada

31st. The Burgernator – Toronto, Ontario

The Burgernator is on a quest to rid the city of overcooked burgers, processed cheese and questionable toppings, and oh boy are they doing a great job. Bonus points for creative names such as Atomic Burger (which comes with a devilishly good deep-fried herb-crusted cheese) and Drop Down And Give Me Spicy.

The Burgernator Burgers in Canada

30th. Monarch Burger – Vancouver, British Columbia

What’s so special about Monarch Burger? How about the fact that they age their beef 45 days, grind it fresh daily and hand form every burger. Throw in the fact that start each service with buns still warm from the oven; soft, delicate, and lightly browned with butter, and you have something SO good.

Monarch Burger in Canada

29th. Mister Streer – Montreal, Quebec

Mister Steer has gone from a friendly little diner to full-blown Montreal institution in the 50+ years that it’s been dishing out its famously well-seasoned burgers.  Its claim to fame is the famous #Steerburger, which uses only the finest kosher beef: hand shaped, deliciously spiced and char grilled to a state of perfection.

If you love burgers you should check out the 21 Pizzas In Canada You Have To Eat Before You Die.

 Mister Streer Hamburger

28th. Big Boy’s Burgers – Whitby, Ontario

Big Boy’s Burgers do exactly what their name suggests – huge, meaty burgers that mean you’ll never this old-school burger joint hungry. Get a classic 1/2lb Big Boy Burger combo with home cut fries for the full whack.

Big Boy's Burger

27th. Simon’s Prime Hamburgers – Windsor, Ontario

Buns are made by local Maple City bakery, beef patties are always fresh – never frozen – and fries are hand cut to perfection. These three things come together to make a serious burger that you’ll be dreaming of for days after.

Simon's Prime Hamburger

26th. Burger Baron – Edmonton, Alberta

Burger Baron is a real burger king in Edmonton, with thick, chunky fries and even thicker juicy beef patties. Try one of their amazing burgers like the Canadian Burger (Baron sauce, ham, onions, pickles, cheese, lettuce, and tomatoes) -the secret is in the Baron sauce.

Burger Baron

25th. Darrell’s – Halifax, Nova Scotia

Known for their unusual but delicious Peanut Butter burger, this place is a classic. Not feeling like pigging out? Darrell’s also has wide variety of healthy options for those who desire a healthy choice, including a gluten free bun option when ordering one of their famous burgers.

Darrell's Hamburger

24th. Hachoir – Montreal, Quebec

Alongside their unbelievably good classic burgers – thing toppings such as Siracha Mayo and Jack Daniels onions – Hachoir also does a weekly Chef’s Special burger. What a great excuse to eat a new and delicious burger every week that defies all the traditional burger laws.

Hachoir Hamburger

23rd. Campagnolo Upstairs – Vancouver, British Columbia

Go upstairs in Campagnolo Restaurant (which has perfected rustic Italian cuisine) to their slick cocktail bar and a bite to eat. They are known across the city for the Dirty Burger, with limited availability every night so get in early.

Campagnolo Upstairs Hamburger

22nd. BRGRZ inc – Collingwood, Ontario

BRGRZ inc. specialises in hamburgers made with 100% Canadian ground Black Angus sirloin beef and you can taste the premium ingredients each and every single time. They keep things simple on the menu, focusing instead of cooking up a truly perfect beef burger.

BRGRZ inc Hamburger

21st. Burger 320 – Calgary, Alberta 

Burger 320 may have started off small, but with three locations in the city they’re proving their mightiness. We recommend the Wickens: juicy beef topped with thick, smoky bacon and a slice of cheddar and slathered in a barbecue-rhubarb-onion chutney, all on a freshly branded brioche bun.
Burger 320

20th. Planta Burger – Toronto, Ontario

Think burgers have to be made of beef to be tasty AF? Think again. Planta Burger does incredibly tasty burgers, all without the use of any animal products. Mushroom and lentil patties, BBQ jackfruit and black kale slaw are just some of what’s on offer.

Planta Burger

19th. Auguste Restaurant – Sherbrooke, Quebec 

Auguste does things slightly differently than your typical burger joint – this is a sleek, fine dining-esque restaurant that takes things to a new level. Case in point? Their delectable fried duck hamburger, with BBQ sauce, onions, salad, tomato and french fries.

Auguste Restaurant Cheeseburger

18th. Restaurant Mile-Ex – Montreal, Quebec

Their saucily named Mother F***ker Burger is as intense as it sounds: single, double or triple Canadian beef garnished with bacon, cheddar and spicy mayo with crispy shoestring. fries

If you love burgers you should check out the 21 Pizzas In Canada You Have To Eat Before You Die.

Restaurant Mile-Ex

17th. Rouge Burger Bar – Chicoutimi, Quebec

Rouge Burger Bar has a huge focus on freshness by favouring local food and local producers in every one of their dishes. Crispy yet soft buns and burgers dripping with flavourful meat juices are outstanding. This ticks all the juicy burger-boxes.

Rouge Burger Bar

16th. El Furniture Warehouse – Whistler, British Columbia

A fun dive bar to come to for cocktails and a casual bite to eat, El Furniture Warehouse does an absolute banger of a food menu where every item is priced at just $5.95. While prices are low, the quality is high and they use only premium Alberta beef.

El Furniture Warehouse

15th. Burgers ‘n’ Fries Forever – Ottawa, Ontario

Burgers ‘n’ Fries offers some pretty out-there burger combos, all of which are to die for in terms of flavour and presentation. They handcut our fries, double fry them, and come up with a ton of crazy combinations. P.S. go online to memorise their secret menu, which includes The NSFH (Not Safe For Health): four beef patties, cheddar x2, swiss, mozzarella, bacon, and BFF sauce.

Burgers 'n' Fries Forever

14th. Uli’s – Vancouver, British Columbia

Uli’s take pride in their true farm-to-table values by sourcing products throughout British Columbia and using only the finest ingredients. They only serve their legendary burgers at brunch, but it’s well worth getting out of bed for – trust us.

If you love burgers you should check out the 21 Pizzas In Canada You Have To Eat Before You Die.

Uli's in Canada

13th. The Carbon Bar – Toronto, Ontario

The Carbon Bar is a Southern-inspired place where meat is king. The Smoked Bacon Cheeseburger comes with a 7oz. beef patty, smoked bacon, mustard, house made jalapeno cheese, dill pickle, burnt onion aioli, buttermilk fried shallots, iceberg lettuce, and side of fries. Drool worthy.

The Carbon Bar

12th. YEG Burger – Edmonton, Alberta

They call themselves Edmonton’s best burger joint and when your teeth sink into into that thick patty it’s really hard to argue with that assessment. Confident simple cooking with quality ingredients at the core, which constantly delivers.

YEG Burger

11th. Clive Burger – Calgary, Alberta

Clive Burger is does super classic American-style burgers, where the focus is on top end local beef that’s always super fresh. The setting is all about minimum fuss, great service and getting you a seriously good burger every single time.

Clive Burger

10th. Burger Bar Crescent – Montreal, Quebec

Burger Bar Crescent offers a unique dining experience, which blends traditional French bistro cooking with American comfort food. The result? A burger that’s big, rich and layered beautifully – only the hungriest of folk will get it all finished in one sitting.

Burger Bar Crescent

9th. Olympus Burger – Port Hope, Ontario

Olympus Burger provides a world class burger experience; bonus points for them having a secret menu where you’ll find some serious add ons to pimp out your meal. Consistently brilliant and never lets you down.

Olympus Burger

8th. Holy Chuck -Toronto, Ontario

Holy Chuck is often voted the best burger in Toronto and it’s not hard to see why. This is the place to come if you have a serious appetite to try their triple decker. So tasty that these burgers should nearly be illegal. But then where’s the fun in that?

Holy Chuck

7th. Burger Royal – Montreal, Quebec

They offer chicken, beef and even a vegan burger here, and with some super inventive toppings and a burger of the month you’ll never be stuck for choice. Packed full of creativity and flavour in equal measure.

If you love burgers you should check out the 21 Pizzas In Canada You Have To Eat Before You Die.

Burger Royal

6th. The Burger Priest – Hamilton, Ontario

The Burger Priest is a chain that has been spreading around the country in recent years but which still has that feeling of a local neighbourhood joint. They get the whole burger, fries and shake combo nailed perfectly and the burgers are so pretty you’ll always get that perfect Instagram shot.

The Burger Priest

5th. L’abattoir -Vancouver, British Columbia

This bad boy is a burger to save up for the weekend, as it features as the star of the show on the brunch menu. L’Abattoir is also a beautifully designed setting to eat this burger that is so technically brilliant you’ll want to come back every week.


4th. 2 Doors Down – Halifax, Nova Scotia

2 Doors Down opened in 2013 and has been getting rave reviews ever since. The menu is extensive with lots of great options but you’d be foolish to ignore their burger. Wash it down with one of their superb cocktails and it’s just a spot that ticks all the boxes.

2 Doors Down

3rd. Rudy – Toronto, Ontario

Rudy has two locations in the city, so they’re keeping their super loyal customers happy. The menu is small and concise and if you want an extra bonus, a side of their pickles will round off an incredible burger experience.

Rudy in Canada

2nd. Burger Burger – London, Ontario

Burger Burger is a place where the room is stripped back and simple and all the focus is on the superstar dish… the burger. They make hand-crafted burgers fresh in-house every day with the perfect combination of sirloin, chuck and brisket. Melt in the mouth.

Burger Burger

1st. Uniburger – Montreal, Quebec

Uniburger is the top dog when it comes to burgers in Canada, beating off some serious competition. Consistently brilliant; when you throw in one of their famous shakes and those perfect fries you’ll leave a very happy customer.

Canada Burgers

Check out some of our other important Canadian lists…

21 Pizzas In Canada You Have To Eat Before You Die

7 Unmissable things to do in Toronto

The 50 Best Coffee Stores In Canada

The 7 Most Instagrammable Spots In Vancouver

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March 4, 2019 3:30 pm

Last chance cafe in stockholm best burger in sask moutza burger or small big boy burger

March 5, 2019 9:01 pm

I can’t believe Wolfs Den in Golden did not make this list!!!! Like can not fathom it! #wolfsden

March 6, 2019 1:47 pm

You missed THE best burger right here in London. The Roxburger at the Roxbury . It surpasses all burgers in taste and yummyness.

Jeff Crawford
Jeff Crawford
March 6, 2019 9:59 pm

You definitely missed out on an amazing burger joint!

Jack’s Burger Shack in St. Albert, AB, is the absolute best! I recommend the Hangover burger!

March 7, 2019 3:57 am

Ulis definitely serves all of their burgers ALL THE TIME not just at brunch…too bad that was printed in the write up incorrectly ☹️

Kathy Pucker
Kathy Pucker
March 7, 2019 3:29 pm

You can get a burger for dinner at Uli’s – not just a brunch item. They have a whole list of burgers on a burger menu. I’ve had many burgers for dinner there.

Pete Truppe
Pete Truppe
March 7, 2019 6:44 pm

Motorburger in Windsor On. Great selection of different takes on burgers.

Andrew Hall
Andrew Hall
March 7, 2019 7:31 pm

This list is great, and has some solid burgers on it but it is not doing the burger world any justice leaving off the true #1.

Seriously. The best burger you’re ever going to have.

Hambrgr in Hamilton (with 2 locations in Hamilton and 1 in St. Catharines). Check’em out on Instagram: @hambrgrhamilton and you’ll be heading there realll quick.

Sean dover
Sean dover
March 7, 2019 9:17 pm

You definitely missed World Burger in Ottawa Ontario, hands down best burger, I’ve eaten at 3 places on your list

March 7, 2019 9:32 pm

The fact that the hand-chopped burger from the Queen & Beaver in Toronto isn’t on the list automatically makes it invalid.

March 7, 2019 11:11 pm

How on earth is Apache burger missed??

March 7, 2019 11:25 pm

Shame, no Canibal Cafe in Vancouver. One of the best burgars in this side of Canada. It has been featured on many food TV shows.

Also, Pink Bicicle in Victoria!

March 7, 2019 11:38 pm

You MUST have missed McCoy Burger and Baldwin Burger in Oshawa and Brooklin respectively. Best burgers we’ve ever had.

Michael Greer
Michael Greer
March 8, 2019 12:15 am

Hey, I’d like to add to your Best Burgers in Canada list. Hard to believe Cheese Curds Gourmet Burgers + Poutinerie in Dartmouth, Halifax, Truro NS and Oromocto, NB didn’t make the list. 380 Pleasant St. Dartmouth is Halifax’s original gourmet burger joint, still making burgers from scratch and hand chipping fresh fries. Noted for its Legendary CC Porker, Triple Bacon Burger, and fresh Lamb Burger. Descriptions & photos on their website

Also, Bin 4 Burger Lounge in Victoria, Vancouver, and Kelowna, BC. Known for their elaborate and unique burgers sourcing ingredients from local farms.

Geethan Chandran
Geethan Chandran
March 8, 2019 12:37 am

Really???… places in Saskatchewan, PEI, New Brunswick or Newfoundland? Have you tried the Harvest Eatery in Shaunavon, Saskatchewan?… is probably one of the best restaurants in Canada. You haven’t done proper research into the best burger places in Canada….terrible!!!!!

Reply to  Geethan Chandran
May 27, 2020 7:37 pm

i agree but five guys is the best did not make it first but it is the best

March 8, 2019 1:57 am

Rudy over Museum Tavern? This list has zero credibility on that alone.

March 8, 2019 2:11 am

Really? You forgot The Real McCoy Burgers and Pizza in Scarborough. 50 years and still going strong. The Mojo Burger is the greatest burger around.

Gordon Cameron
Gordon Cameron
March 8, 2019 2:48 am

I’m very disappointed that George’s burger in Winnipeg was not on there. By far the best burgers I have ever tasted. Whenever I go to Winnipeg, it is a must stop. Never had anything close to it.

March 8, 2019 3:53 am

I was disappointed to see that big smoke burger in cross iron mills mall in balzac Alberta didn’t make the list. If you haven’t tried it I highly recommend it. Better than some of these places.

March 8, 2019 4:44 pm

Did you visit anywhere other than Halifax in the Atlantic provinces?
You need to come to PEI during April for Burger Love month. Many of the burgers served across the province could probably put many of those on this list to shame.

March 8, 2019 7:27 pm

Top awarded burger joint in Toronto is Burger stomper gourmet burger bar. Open 7 years as seen on dragons den they invented the tool to make the perfect burger. How are they not on this list they have won almost every awaard given. They have the cleanest AAA meat with no fillers and bakery fresh buns not Wonder bread. Their big stomp version of the big Mac is the best burger you will try. This list is incorrect

March 8, 2019 11:51 pm

I think you missed one of the best burgers in Ontario / Canada hands down Prince Alberts Diner should be on that list of best burgers. All there burgers are home made /hand made from passed down recipes from generations. I saw that you nominate burger burger from London Ontario number 2 on your list and I strongly disagree and I’m sure many would also !

Daniel Picard
Daniel Picard
March 9, 2019 4:18 am

Oh gosh guys. I really wondering how two of the greatest Montreal’s burgers could had passed under the radar from that list!!!!!

1) The Samuel Jackson Deluxe with cheese, Isle -de-Garde Pub
That burger is simply incredible and they do have a nice creaft beers seletion. A must try! At the same level as the one from Uniburger

2) Helm Pub, Mile-End
Again, another great burger cooked on real charcoals whatever the season

March 9, 2019 4:44 am

You have not noted QDC Burger and/or Notre Beouf de Grace in MTL – your list is therefore invalid.

March 9, 2019 6:03 am

Please try the Aulde Dubliner in Ottawa, with their lamb burger … And their fries … There is a chance u put them on the 10th firsts…
NB: there is not advertising nor product placement lol
Please try it

March 9, 2019 1:18 pm

I would recommend Chuck wagon cafe in Turner Valley Alberta.

March 9, 2019 3:43 pm

You’ve obviously not tried Mamo Burger in Windsor.

March 9, 2019 4:07 pm

Lost all credibility list in burger baron

Ryan Rees
Ryan Rees
Reply to  Al
March 12, 2019 5:23 pm

Burger priest is garbage. Funny review got the combo down pat when they sell everything indivudually and dont even have combos. Other wise of course I could list off other places too which are amazing Jack’s in spruce grove alberta the barn oskwekken Ontario I suggest try as many as you can and make your own list and this is a good list of places to try I know I will be.

March 9, 2019 4:40 pm

You guys missed a really good one, ground burger bar in Newmarket ONT

March 10, 2019 2:42 am

I’ve had most of the ones from Toronto listed here. None Congress close to “the real McCoy” in Scarborough. It’s old, it looks the same way it did when I’m assuming it opened, but hands down the best actual burger I’ve ever had. No fancy toppings needed. Great onion rings and fries.

Pam Gallie
Pam Gallie
March 10, 2019 10:30 am

In your 30 Best Burgers can you tell me if either Burger Rebellion or Lizard’s in Sarnia Ontario were part of the places researched or tried? Thank you

Starla Baht
Starla Baht
March 11, 2019 12:10 pm

Hey you forgot Saskatchewan on this list! We have great burger joints

March 11, 2019 4:50 pm

Delerious Burger Company is the best burger in Hamilton. Period. I wouldn’t even put Pink’s in my top 5 for the city. Priest, maybe top 5, certainly not number 1.

March 11, 2019 6:31 pm

Please remove Pink’s and replace it with Hambrgr for Hamilton, Ontario

March 11, 2019 8:17 pm

Missing the Puslinch Burger from The Old Marina in Cambridge, Ontario. Best burger I’ve ever eaten

March 11, 2019 9:05 pm

you forgot Bernie and the Boys in Drumheller Alberta. Way better than most on this list…

March 12, 2019 4:56 am

You must try Burger Barn in Ohsweken, ON. They were also featured on “You’ve Gotta Eat Here” Absolutely most amazing burger place I’ve ever eaten at!!

Ryan Rees
Ryan Rees
March 12, 2019 5:20 pm

Burger priest is garbage. Funny review got the combo down pat when they sell everything indivudually and dont even have combos. Other wise of course I could list off other places too which are amazing Jack’s in spruce grove alberta the barn oskwekken Ontario I suggest try as many as you can and make your own list and this is a good list of places to try I know I will be.

Reply to  Ryan Rees
March 15, 2019 12:36 am

The burger barn. This person gets it

Justin heuff
Justin heuff
March 12, 2019 8:19 pm

Obviously you have never actually been to Mister Steer and had a burger from them if you are going to rank it 29th and Uni Burger number one.

Quite a joke indeed.

Aldo Granata
Aldo Granata
March 13, 2019 2:59 am

Burger Royale all the way. Oro Ontario hwy 11 NB. or napier st. Barrie Ontario

March 13, 2019 4:29 pm

Apollo Grill, Peterborough Ontario!

Thomas Scherbak
Thomas Scherbak
March 13, 2019 5:00 pm

You missed a place in Whitby, Ontario that would blow big boy burger out of the water. Baldwin Street burger has perfect topping ratios with fries that are pure and simple. They have also some of the best shakes with it all.

March 13, 2019 7:59 pm

If Mamo Burger (in Windsor) wasn’t in the top 10, this whole list is fake.

March 15, 2019 12:35 am

The pushlinch burger at the old marina in pushlinch Ontario. Dont know how it didnt make this list.

Brenda Farrell
March 18, 2019 12:18 am

Big Chief in Wallaceburg, ON has better burgers than some on this list: large marge
And more …

Simon Edwards
Simon Edwards
March 19, 2019 4:46 pm

Baldwin Street Burger In Whitby (Brooklin) missed the cut???

mark turcotte
mark turcotte
Reply to  Simon Edwards
March 26, 2019 12:50 pm

canada dumbass

Lauren Marie
Lauren Marie
March 25, 2019 6:26 pm

I don’t think this is a very accurate list. I have tried a variety of these restaurants and there is NO way burger burger (tanked #2) beats Burger Revolution, Belleville, On, which isn’t even listed. If this website needs more judges, I would be more than happy to lend my services where apparently necessary

mark turcotte
mark turcotte
March 25, 2019 7:10 pm

i had Uniburger it was so fuckin good!!!

Sarah Smith
April 17, 2019 9:49 pm

I really appreciate your information about the grading criteria that you used in selecting these burger restaurants. This will be really helpful in finding the best burger place in every city that my husband and I will visit on our year-long road trip. The advice to look into online reviews and media coverage is especially helpful.

May 13, 2019 4:03 pm

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