The Burger's Priest

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Details
1636 Queen St. E (btwn Coxwell Ave. & Kingston Rd.)
Toronto, ON M4L 1G3
(647) 346-0617
Burgers
$ $
Hours
Mon–Wed: 11:30 AM–9:30 PM Thu–Fri: 11:30 AM–10:30 PM Sat: Noon–10:30 PM Sun: Noon–8:00 PM

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Foursquare Tips

  • Get "The Option". Also be sure to get here early, because they often sell out.
  • If u get it to go, don't close the paper bag your food comes in. Keeps the fries less soggy. Word up.
  • One of the best burgers I've had in a long time. Get the double. Next trip I'll order "what's right".
  • You don't need bacon, onions or double patties. It's that good just as it is.
  • Unholy goodness! The Priest keeps it straight-forward and simple plain white buns, fries, few gourmet frills. Go for "The Option," with panko-crusted, cheese-stuffed portobello.
  • Vatican City, double cheeseburger between two grilled cheese buns :)
  • want my tip???? well go eat somewhere else. magnificently overrated! flavorless meat, cheap supermarket buns. oh but they grind fresh meat u say?! so fucking what? 2 thumbs down
  • It's a must do.. =)
  • Secret menu is on FB. Bring cash money and come often.
  • Name is appropriate since I said "oh my god" when I bit into their delicious cheeseburger. Best burger in Toronto - please open a west end location!
  • Savour every bite. Too easy to scarf one of these burgers down without paying close attention to all the flavour.
  • If I wasn't hungry afterward it would be different, but 11$ for the Vatican and all you taste is beef, processed cheese and white bread. Pretty much Mcdonalds quality without a place to sit.
  • Check the extensive "secret" menu online before ordering, and split a single order of fries between two people--it's more than enough!
  • Try The Priest burger... Also, if you're not a fan of lineups you can call your order in prior and go pick it up
  • Overated and overhyped. Fries are soggy as crap and burgers while they are pure bee have poor binding quality and really taste like a patti stacker special. Priest of bland maybe. True enough.
  • The made to order ground beef, slice of cheddar and 2 slices of toasted bread are all it should take to satisfy the pickiest palettes.The restaurant's mission is to serve simple, great tasting burgers
  • Ask for the "Holy Smokes" option
  • Ask for the "high priest" - not on the menu - best burger in toronto
  • Best burgers in Toronto. Get the prist burger
  • If you love Cali-style burgers, BP does it right. Fresh, ground in-house. Not mind-blowing but it's a burger - more than decent for a $10 meal.