Finding yourself with an absolute craving for a beautiful burger? Fear not – we’ve got just the thing. Not only do we have the official ranking of the 50 Best Burgers in Canada, here’s seven amazing spots just in Toronto for a juicy burger. We’ve updated the list for 2020, so if you can’t get to dine out right now, you can still enjoy one of these delicious burgers in Toronto for delivery or takeout!
From classic diners to gourmet patties, here’s the best burgers in the city…
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Rudy is a favourite amongst locals and travellers alike but seems to be a super-big hit with visitors who are after something they can’t find back home. Despite offering a small menu, you’ll find that you don’t need much else when dining here. Order your tasty burger with a side of their pickles to round ou the experience. But, be sure to save room for a creamy, sweet milkshake. There’s no way you can miss out on the taste.
When it comes to the best burgers in Toronto, it’s hard to argue with the fact that The Mueseum Tavern serves some of the tastiest. This vibrant, bustling tavern is, first and foremost, a great spot to enjoy a local beer or two. However, you can’t visit and not try the Prime Beef Double Cheeseburger. It’s absolutely bursting with flavour.
Holy Chuck is often voted the best burger in Toronto and it’s not hard to see why. If you’ve got a serious appetite, there’s nothing quite like biting into their triple-decker burger. Just look at the picture of this massive, majestic beast… It’s so flavourful that it’ll be hard to enjoy any other burger after. But, we imagine you’ll try.
For stacked burgers that are dripping with grilled cheese and finger-lickin’ good beef juices, this is the place to go. Burgers have fun aircraft-inspired names that go with the Top Gun vibe. For a serious feast, order the Invader burger. Three beef patties, each with a slice of cheddar on top, are sandwiched between two grilled cheese sandwiches. Lettuce, caramelized onion, pickles and chipotle mayo finish it off.
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.
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.
Think burgers have to be 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.