I had lunch today at the Burger's Priest on the Queensway/East Mall in Etobicoke. I'd never had one of their burgers before but had heard they were good so thought I'd check it out.
I got there just about noon.
I ordered a High Priest burger (minus the cheese, lettuce and onions) and a Diet Coke. The fella taking my order asked if I wanted to make it a combo (so add fries) and I said okay. It came to about $16 including tax.
Whether you eat in or take it out, your meal comes in a bag.
Here's my burger, pop and fries.
The patties were good ... tasty and juicy. But the bun didn't stand up and it all ended up kind of soggy and mushy, especially the middle bun. I'm not a fan of big buns but I think they should make the bun a bit more substantial. The fries were good, though I only had a few. When I ordered my burger, I hadn't planned on getting fries. Once I got added the fries, I should have downsized my burger to a single patty. There were a lot of fries so here's a tip ... if you go with someone, just get one order as it will be more than enough.
I'm glad I got a chance to see what all the fuss was about but I don't think I'll be rushing back.
I love me a good burger. It's pretty much my favorite meal.
Again, this looks good.
The original Burger's Priest opened up right in DK's neighbourhood. We tried it once and that was enough for us. We don't understand all the hype about it. The creator of Burger's Priest must be rolling in the dough now, though.
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