Toronto’s Most Decadent Burgers

Our mouths are already watering.

It seems like you can get a burger on every block in Toronto, but these are no ordinary burgers. These are elevated burgers. Grilled cheese buns, white truffles, onion frites – it’s all here in the most decadent burgers Toronto has to offer. Hungry yet?

The Burger’s Priest’s “The Tower of Babel”
Found on the secret menu, this burger uses grilled cheese sandwiches instead of buns and has three patties inside including a cheese-infused deep fried portobello mushroom. There are seven Burger’s Priest locations across the GTA to make sure you’re never too far from tastebud redemption.

The P & L Burger’s “Castor Burger”
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The “Castor Burger” brings together cheddar cheese, crispy onions, peameal bacon and bbq sauce, finished with lettuce and mayo. P&L covers all the burger essentials to create mouthwatering greatness.

Holy Chuck’s “The Holy Duck”
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For $29.99, this burger is true decadence. The Holy Duck comes with Quebec foie gras, double smoked bacon, white truffle oil, Canadian maple syrup and Italian white truffles on a beef patty. Next. Level.

The Stockyards’ “Dirty Thirty”
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This burger gets its name from a sad truth: they only sell thirty of these cheddar cheese stuffed, onion frite topped, burgers a day. Decadence is hard to come by, sometimes.

Dangerous Dan’s “Quadruple C Burger”
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The Colossal Colon Clogger Combo proudly boasts a 24oz burger topped with two fried eggs, a quarter pound of bacon, and a quarter pound of cheese. It’s also served with a large milkshake and a poutine. Talk about decadence.

The Works Gourmet Burger Bistro’s “The Full Mountie”
Poutine on a burger. Right!?

The Burger Shoppe’s “Riverside Burger”
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This Queen East restaurant’s number one seller is topped with mozzarella bacon. Yes, you read that right. Mozzarella bacon.