Find the juiciest burgers in Montreal

Who doesn’t have a soft spot for a big, juicy hamburger? Fine, vegetarians and vegans, but we digress… We’ve compiled a list of joints that have mastered the best combinations of patty, buns and toppings out there.

Les Enfants Terribles

209, rue de la Rotonde, Verdun, QC H3E 0B8

A casual French bistro with two locations, Les Enfants Terribles always makes room for a great burger on its revolving menu. You can’t go wrong with AAA Angus beef acting as a base for any burger!


302, rue Ontario E, Montréal, QC H2X 1H6

When the popular La Paryse closed in 2012, many were left longing for its iconic burger. It wasn’t long before Uniburger filled that commercial space to the satisfaction of burger lovers all over. You can’t go wrong with those simple classic burgers made with freshly ground 100% AAA beef.

BurgerBar Crescent

1465, rue Crescent, Montréal, QC H3G 2B2

If monstrous, over-the-top burgers appeal to you, look no further than Burger Bar. Choose from their list of 20 or so signature burgers, and don’t forget to consider one of their sides, wings, mac n’ cheese, nachos or poutines. They’ve got you covered for game night.

Deville Dinerbar

1425, rue Stanley, Montréal, QC H3A 1P4

A trendier version of its sister resto, Reuben’s, this retro-modern diner boasts a long bar with leather stools; a perfect setting to enjoy cocktails and typical deli food with a twist. Finger foods, burgers, sandwiches, ribs, roast chicken… the options are endless and portions are mammoth-sized, so don’t go nuts when ordering.

Restaurant Burger Royal

3820, boul Saint-Laurent, Montréal, QC H2W 1X6

If freshly ground, beefy, juicy burger patties are up your alley (why wouldn’t they be?), be sure to hit up The Main’s Burger Royal; without a doubt one of the best burger joints in town. Complement your order with a long list of sides such as fried chicken, chili or mac n’ cheese.

Taverne Monkland

5555, av de Monkland, Montréal, QC H4A 1E1

A Monkland Village standby for two decades, this popular neighborhood gem has recently expanded its repertoire with late-night Tuesdays and Thursdays and burger & beer Wednesdays. We can’t think of a better way to ward off the mid-week blues.

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