Her Take: Burger’s Priest

For around $12, you can buy a burger, fries and drink that taste so good you’ll never want to eat a regular beef patty ever again. Burger’s Priest is a small joint located in the Beaches area of Queen East, and is so small you wouldn’t even know it existed unless someone told you so. Once you do get in on the secret, however, it’s hard not to keep going back for more. Rated Burger of the Year by Toronto Life, Burger’s Priest is by far one of the best burgers you will have in this city.

Source: Bad Day Magazine

Source: Kiki’s BFF

Source: BlogTO

Source: The Star

Source: On the Fourth Floor

So what’s the secret? Simplicity. The beef patties are always fresh and loosely packed, resulting in a melt-in-your-mouth sensation with every bite. For toppings, don’t expect anything fancy. I usually go for the works on a double cheeseburger, which includes lettuce, tomatoes, pickles, mustard, mayo and ketchup. If you are feeling extra adventurous The Priest involves deep fried portobello mushrooms sandwiched atop a juicy cheeseburger.

Sitting is limited, so grab your food and eat outside if the weather’s nice. To stay consistent with branding, Burger’s Priest is closed on Sundays, naturally.

Authored by Jamie Munro

See what Kyle thought: His Take

Location: 1636 Queen Street East, Toronto

Phone number: 647-346-0617

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