Toronto restaurant launches new loaded burger delivered to your door

Apr 22 2020, 12:28 pm

Although we enjoy cooking, it’s starting to feel a little laborious channelling our inner chef every single day.

Under normal circumstances, you might eat out once or twice per week. However, you don’t have to give up everything you love just because you’re staying safe at home, and Dublin Calling is making sure of that.

The Adelaide Street eatery is now offering delivery on Uber Eats with special promotions running weekly. This means you can order all of your favourites, as well as the newest menu addition: the smash burger.

 

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A cross between a diner burger and a fast-food burger, it’s worth every bit of sauce that spills on your shirt.

Dublin Calling chef and creator of the smash burger, Jonathan MacDonald, tells Daily Hive the burger offers the best of both worlds. He says each component has its purpose, and the bun is truly noteworthy.

“The soft but chewy texture of the bun not only holds up flavours but holds the patty, the sauce, and lettuce intact so that every bite is the same,” explains MacDonald. “The thousand island sauce is salty, sweet, and sour, which gives you that umami profile.”

Layers of iceberg lettuce offer a crunchy and fresh texture. Meanwhile, the burger patty is cooked on high heat until it’s crispy, caramelized, and almost crumbly. “Together it makes a tasty burger that doesn’t fall apart.”

MacDonald says he always had a deep connection to food and cooking, and his family culture also influenced him. “Being a chef wasn’t necessarily always what I wanted to do, but as I got older, I felt a constant pull to the food industry.”

There are many chefs around the world that MacDonald admires, but he’s particularly impressed by David Chang and his voice for change in the industry. “I admire him for his ability to speak his mind regardless of how controversial his takes are.”

Dublin Calling stresses the importance of hygiene in the kitchen and taking extra precautions during the ongoing crisis.

The culinary team is using the appropriate PPE (personal protective equipment) and maintaining a safe distance from others inside and outside of the business. MacDonald says these practices are something the team took seriously before, and they continue to do so.

“For me, as a chef, cleanliness is paramount,” he says. “With COVID-19, we are taking extra precautions to maintain a high standard of cleanliness and personal hygiene.”

 

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The Dublin Calling chef’s favourite way to spend time right now is relaxing with a cold beer. “Sitting on my patio in the sun, or in the living room, and enjoying a cold one is all I need,”MacDonald says.

If this sounds like your perfect setting, too, Dublin Calling is offering delivery for all menu items, from fish and chips to nachos, beer to spirits — all via Uber Eats. This saves you having to leave the house to pick up drinks at the liquor store to serve with dinner.

This week, why not treat yourself while you stay in? Try the new smash burger, order some sides (and maybe a couple of beers), and relax knowing that there will be minimal washing up required afterwards.

For more information and to see the full Dublin Calling menu, head to Uber Eats now, or place an order for pickup by calling 647-344-1234.

You can also use the hashtag #dublindelivers and tag @dublincallingto to have your photo featured on the Dublin Calling Instagram page.