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15 Best Burgers in Toronto You Should Try!

15 Best Burgers in Toronto You Should Try!

With sizzling patties, creative toppings, and flavourful sauces, burgers dazzle our tastebuds and satisfy our cravings. Thankfully, Toronto has an overwhelming number of options and it’s understandable if you don’t know where to go.

Still looking for the best juicy and tender burger to sink your teeth into? We’ve rounded up our favourite burger joints in Toronto you need to try at least once!

Holy Chuck


Address: 1450 Yonge St, Toronto, ON M4T 1Y7, Canada

Contact: 416-962-4825

Operating hours:

  • Monday – Saturday: 11:00 AM – 10:00 PM
  • Sunday: 12:00 AM – 8:00 PM

A must-visit if you like to add something fancy to your juicy burger. The Holy Duck is a burger consisting of aged beef, fresh foie gras (straight from Quebec!(Things To Do In Quebec)), maple smoked bacon, and generous drizzles of maple syrup and Italian white truffle oil!

Pair up your burger with a side of crispy fries to complement the juicy tenderness of the beef. It’s to-die-for!

Pro Tip
If you prefer, you can ask the staff to cook your beef medium rare. Don’t be shy about telling them about your allergies because they’re accommodating!

Burger Drops


Address: 116 Atlantic Ave, Toronto, ON M6K 1X9, Canada

Operating hours:

  • Tuesday – Sunday: 12:00 AM – 9:00 PM

A smash burger shop in Toronto’s Liberty Village is a must-try if you pass by. Each patty is formed by hand and smashed by the cooks!

All burgers are made from premium AAA beef cuts that they ground in-house every single day. No wonder their burgers are so flavourful! 

The Double Original Cheeseburger has griddled sweet onion, American cheese, and pickles, all with a generous pour of their Drop sauce. We suggest pairing it with a side of onion rings!

Pro Tip:
Come early or try to avoid weekends. There’s limited seating inside the burger joint, and busy days mean waiting in line. There are only two parking slots available in front of the shop. We suggest ordering for pick-up or delivery if it’s too busy.



Address: 69 Duncan St, Toronto, ON M5V 2C5, Canada


Operating hours:

  • Monday – Wednesday: 11:00 AM – 10:00 PM
  • Thursday – Saturday: 11:00 AM – 4:00 AM

A place to go if you’re craving a late-night burger. If you’re also looking for a burger shop that’s generous with their sauces, then this is a must-try!

We highly recommend The Rude Dude if you’re looking for a mouthwatering, tender double cheeseburger. It’s dressed with tomatoes and lettuce, with a generous serving of their creamy Rudy sauce.

Rudy is open until four in the morning, Thursdays to Saturdays. This burger shop has four locations in Toronto and one in Etobicoke. 

Pro Tip:
There’s limited seating inside. This is a buy-your-burger-and-eat-at-home type of place, so opt for a delivery(What Is The Best Food Delivery App In Canada)!

The Burgernator


Address: 269 Augusta Ave, Toronto, ON M5T 2M1, Canada

Contact: (647) 748-0990

Operating hours:

  • Sunday – Thursday: 10:00 AM – 10:00 PM
  • Friday – Saturday: 10:00 AM – 11:00 PM

Going here is like going on a mission because their huge burgers require big bites! This Kensington market spot is well-known for its halal burgers and unique combinations.

If you’re a cheese lover, you must try the B Seven, which has a 6 oz beef patty and a 6 oz deep-fried crusted cheese patty topped with spicy jalapeño salsa and habanero aioli. Whew!

Bring your vegan friends because the veggie burgers in this joint aren’t mediocre. Oh, and if you’re brave enough to take the challenge, The Burgernator is the obstacle with its three beef patties that ooze out juices with every bite. 

Pro Tip:
Try to go during weekdays when it’s not as busy. The atmosphere inside the shop is perfect for those hungry afternoons.

The Bullger


Address: 424 Danforth Ave, Toronto, ON M4K 1P3, Canada

Contact: (416) 307-1002

Operating hours:

  • Sunday – Thursday: 11:00 AM – 11:00 PM
  • Friday – Saturday: 11:00 AM – 12:00 AM

The Bullger is a can’t-miss Toronto halal burger joint which has three locations in the city. If you drop by, definitely try the one-of-a-kind (and huge!) The Bullger burger.

In between two grilled cheese buns are three beef patties (yes, three!), Parabello mushroom stuffed with cheese, and beef bacon, dressed in The Bullger sauce. Let’s not forget the crusted jalapeño you get on the side.

Pro Tip:
Come here on an empty stomach. The burgers are huge and difficult to finish if you eat before visiting—learn from our mistake!

Ozzys Burgers


Address: 66 Nassau St Unit 1/2, Toronto, ON M5T 1M2, Canada


Operating hours:

  • Sunday – Thursday: 11:00 AM – 10:30 PM
  • Friday – Saturday: 11:00 AM – 3:00 PM

Ozzy’s Burgers is a highly recommended halal burger joint in Kensington Market. It’s so epic that even the famous Jason Momoa swam from the United States just to grab a bite. Okay, maybe he flew…by plane.

If you’re looking for big, juicy burgers, try the Ciao Bello Portobello. It has a tender 6 oz prime beef patty, crusted Portobello mushroom, stuffed mozzarella and cheddar, with a perfect drizzle of Ozzy’s special sauce.

Pro Tip:
Don’t wear white. The burger juices will surely spill with every bite. Don’t say we didn’t warn you!

Harrys CharBroiled


Address: 293 Palmerston Ave, Toronto, ON M6J 2J3, Canada

Contact: (416) 519-1171

Operating hours:

  • Monday – Sunday: 12:00 PM – 9:00 PM

A hidden gem in Toronto is Harry’s Charbroiled, which makes one of the best burgers we’ve had. The buns are soft, and the taste isn’t overwhelming despite the juicy patties.

A must-eat is the unique Red/Green Burger, which has a red and green chorizo instead of beef. It has Havarti cheese, spicy pickled onion, and jalapeño mayo. The spice flavour adds a nice kick to your tastebuds!

Pro Tip:
Pair your burger with a yummy milkshake. It completes the patio dining experience.

Top Gun Burger


Address: 251 Augusta Ave, Toronto, ON M5T 2L8, Canada

Contact: (416) 593-2777

Operating hours:

  • Sunday – Thursday: 11:00 AM – 10:00 PM
  • Friday – Saturday: 11:00 AM – 11:00 PM

Top Gun Burgers knows how to stack up ingredients. The Avenger burger is a famous choice due to the two juicy beef patties, bacon, and Top Gun aioli sauce.

All Top Gun burgers have prime beef that’s daily grounded and never left frozen! With plenty of other burger options, you can bring your family and friends and hang out in the outdoor seating area.

Pro Tip:
Follow their social media pages for their specials, which they offer quite frequently. They sometimes offer two burgers with a side of fries for $10—so bring a friend!

Aloette Restaurant


Address: 163 Spadina Ave. 1st Floor, Toronto, ON M5V 2A5, Canada


Operating hours:


  • Monday, Wednesday – Sunday: 11:30 AM – 3:00 PM, 5:00 PM – 10:30 PM
  • Tuesday: 10:30 AM – 3:00 PM, 5:00 PM – 10:30 PM


  • Monday – Sunday: 11:30 AM – 3:00 PM

Who says cheeseburgers can’t be fancy? Michelin-recommended Aloette Restaurant is where fancy cuisine meets tender, greasy burgers.

The Aloette Burger is a must-try in this gorgeous fancy train-inspired restaurant—don’t be shy about beef juices spilling! This gourmet burger is assembled using thick but soft beef, shredded lettuce, and Beaufort cheese with a charred, crispy top layer!

Pro Tip:
They accept walk-ins, but it’s best to book a reservation. It’s a small restaurant, and tables are hard to come by.

Desi Burger


Address: 1342 Gerrard St E, Toronto, ON M4L 1Z2, Canada

Contact: (416) 461-8757

Operating hours:

  • Monday – Sunday: 3:00 PM – 4:00 PM

Have you had late-night cravings? Desi Burger is a Toronto restaurant that will come to the rescue! This establishment opens in the afternoon and closes before the sun rises.

This Pakistani burger joint makes mouthwatering Aloo Tikki burgers, complete with plum and coriander sauce and a generous dusting of herbs and spices. It’s where to get your craving for an authentic Pakistani meal in Toronto!

Pro Tip:
We recommend adding a scrambled egg to the burger and buying a side of barbecued corn and their famous fresh sugarcane juice!

The Burger Shack

Address: 233 Eglinton Ave W, Toronto, ON M4R 1A9, Canada

Operating hours:

  • Tuesday – Sunday: 8:00 AM – 10:00 PM

If you’re visiting Toronto, you must go to this local staple, where the 6 oz patties are chargrilled and made in-house every day. The Burger Shack has been serving the neighbourhood for over 40 years and is definitely a mainstay in Toronto’s burger world.

Don’t pass up the classic: the homemade Banquet Burger. It comes with charbroiled patty, bacon, and cheese—and you can choose if you want American, Swiss, or cheddar cheese.

Pro Tip:
Try their famous shakes. One we recommend is the yummy banana chocolate shake.If there’s still some left, buy baklava (a filo pastry with nuts and syrup) for that perfect sweetness after eating a burger.

Matty’s Patty’s Burger Club


Address: 923a Queen St W, Toronto, ON M6J 1G5, Canada

Operating hours:

  • Monday – Sunday: 11:30 AM – 9:00 PM

Meat lovers unite! Matty’s Patty’s Burger Club, owned by Celebrity chef Matty Matheson, is just what you need if you like a pink centre on your patty. 

The Matty Burger is a popular choice due to the flavourful American cheese, onions and pickles, and rich mustard sauce spread on top of the soft 7 oz AAA beef patty. But what’s unique is the large amount of sesame on the soft buns!

Pro Tip:
It’s best to pre-order online. There’s usually a line, and receiving your much-awaited burger can last up to half an hour.

Jumbo Burgers

Address: 685 Runnymede Rd, Toronto, ON M6S 3A4, Canada

Operating hours:

  • Monday – Wednesday: 11:00 AM – 9:00 PM
  • Thursday – Saturday: 11:00 AM – 10:00 PM
  • Sunday: 11:00 AM – 8:00 PM 

A classic Toronto burger joint you need to visit in Toronto is Jumbo Burgers, which has been serving grilled patties since 1972! The vibe of the place feels retro, with the staff calling out your name once your order’s ready!

The Double Banquet Burger is a can’t-miss with its 6 oz tender beef, bacon, and soft buns. Another option that’s not too heavy on the tummy is the classic cheeseburger, which is great for a quick bite!

Pro Tip:
Try not to visit during rush hours. There are only a handful of parking slots, and when you need to leave, it’s difficult to back out because of the small road.Bring cash. It’s an old-school burger joint, and they don’t accept card payments. There’s an ATM machine inside, but be ready to pay the withdrawal fee.

Rosie’s Burgers


Address: 573 Queen St W, Toronto, ON M5V 2B6, Canada

Contact: [email protected]

Operating hours:

  • Sunday – Thursday: 11:00 M – 9:00 PM
  • Friday – Saturday: 11:00 AM – 11:00 PM

There’s no need to fly to the United States if you’re looking for a classic American-style burger. We have Rosie’s Burger in Toronto with two branches and a third one coming up (as of this writing).

Rosie’s Single Burger has the classic smash cheeseburger ingredients: beef patty, cheese, pickles, tomato, lettuce, and sauce. No frills and it’s not overloaded with ingredients, which means more space in your tummy for fries—or poutine!

Don’t forget to order a milkshake to complete your perfect American combo!

Pro Tip:
There aren’t a tonne of parking areas nearby. So, hop on a bike!

Cabano’s Cheeseburgers


Address: 75 St Nicholas St #104, Toronto, ON M4Y 0A5, Canada

Operating hours:

  • Tuesday – Sunday: 11:30 AM – 10:00 PM

For the perfect comfort food(Fast Foods In Canada), head over downtown(downtown toronto restaurants) straight to Cabano’s Cheeseburgers. There are burgers, sandwiches, and chicken wings! It’s a full meal!

The OG Chicken Burger is a Southern fried chicken breast with pickles, lettuce and mayo, all in between soft brioche bun. For an extra kick, switch to the Spicy OG, which has sweet and spicy habanero honey sauce.

The best part? We love the equal distribution of ingredients. With each bite, you experience a balanced blend of all the flavours. They don’t skimp out on the chicken, too!

Pro Tip:
We suggest adding in the cheese for the Chicken Supreme. It’s just a single ingredient, but it makes a hell of a difference!

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