13 of the best spots to get burgers in Montreal

Feb 18 2021, 7:14 pm

If you’re on the hunt for the best burgers in Montreal, feast your eyes on the list below.

Regardless of if you’re in the mood for veggie burgers, vegan, or hamburgers full of meat, the city is oozing with great burger options.

We’re not talking about any chicken burger or sandwich variations here, we’re focusing on the traditional burger (or non-meat options).

If you’re in the mood for pick-up, delivery, or sit down (once we’re allowed), these tasty restaurants should keep your burger cravings satisfied.

Uniburger

 

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Uniburger uses a blend of fresh AAA Canadian beef that is always fresh, never frozen, and prepped special every day.

With six locations spread out across the island, it’s tough to top Uniburger when you’re really craving one.

Notre-Boeuf-de-Gr√Ęce

Considering its namesake, Notre-Boeuf-de-Gr√Ęce makes a mean and big-time burger. Using fresh ground beef on the daily, Notre-Boeuf-de-Gr√Ęce also offers veggies, Impossible Meat, burger wraps, and burgers loaded with meat, cheese, and bacon.

LoiŐąc

 

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If you’re in the mood for a traditional cheeseburger,¬†LoiŐąc’s is decadent. There are no bells and whistles here — just a patty, lettuce, tomatoes, pickles, cheese, and a homemade bun. Sprinkle some of their crispy fries on the side and you’ll be in burger heaven.

Nouveau Palais

 

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Nouveau Palais is an old diner that serves a hefty burger topped with the classics (lettuce, tomato, onion, and cheese) and it’s a big-time pleaser among the Mile End crowd.

Chez Tousignant

 

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Chez Tousignant makes in-house potato buns, makes their burgers with top-quality beef,¬† and tops with their “special sauce” to make a really tasty burger.

Dilallo Burger

Dilallo Burger has been grilling up burgs since 1929 and they haven’t changed their cooking method over the past 80 years. Handcrafted from authentic Canadian beef, a Dillalo hamburger has been tasting the same for almost a century.

Burger Bar

As its name implies, Burger Bar has a wide range of burger options. If you’re looking for a burger that’s a mouth full and plates that are completely customizable, look no further than Burger Bar.

Restaurant L’Anecdote

Burgers are arguably the best type of comfort food. Open since 1983,¬†L’Anecdote knows how to serve up some seriously tasty and comforting burgers.

They vary from beef, lamb, veal, and even deer meat burgers but their beef patty with cheese, bacon, and mushrooms is tough to top.

Restaurant Hachoir

Hachoir is an upscale resto on Saint-Denis that specializes in wines and tartare but they have a mean take on the burger, soaked in siracha and Thai mayonnaise.

Mckibbin’s Irish Pub

McKibbin’s is spread out across Montreal with its four locations. They have two kinds of meat burgers (beef and bison) and a tasty veggie option.

But if you’re in the mood for a whopper of a burger, their Titanic Burger is topped with onion rings, smoked meat, cheese, bacon, and pureed peppers.

Patati Patata

 

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This quaint greasy dive in the Plateau serves a very tasty classic diner burger until the wee hours of the morning, in case you need a few burgers to steer you in the right direction.

Mister Steer

 

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Speaking of steering you in the right direction, Mister Steer has been grilling up burgers for Montrealers since¬†1958.¬†It’s a classic burger, grilled to perfection, every time.

Green Spot Restaurant

If your stomach is in the mood for a real greasy burger (we’ve all been there), Green Spot definitely needs to be on your radar. They make a traditional Quebecois burger, coleslaw on the bottom and onion rings atop, wedged in between a grilled patty.

Order yourself classic poutine on the side and you can’t go wrong.

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