Here's Our Travel Guide to This Nation of Over 7,000 Islands
1. Uniburger302 Rue Ontario E, Montreal
2. QDC Burger1181 rue de la Montagne, Montreal
3. Le Gros Jambon Diner286 Notre Dame W, Montreal
4. Kazu1862 rue Ste-Catherine O., Montréal
5. Burger Bar Crescent1465 rue Crescent, Montreal
6. Sparrow / Le Moineau5322 boul. Saint-Laurent, Montréal
7. Copoli19 Mont-Royal Est, Montreal
8. Dilallo Burger2523 Rue Notre-Dame Ouest, Montreal
9. Jukebox Burgers11798 de Salaberry, Dollard-des-Ormeaux
10. Dic Ann's Hamburgers10910 Boul. Pie-IX, Montreal
This place knows to to do burgers. They're immense, dripping with cheese & special sauce, and they're just about guaranteed to put you in a delightful food coma that clears away just in time for your next meal.
Part of the high-end steakhouse La Queue de Cheval, QDC serves up a variety of burgs cooked to order. But if you want their best, you gotta get The Mob burger, with pepperoni, sautéed mushrooms, mozzarella, spicy harissa tomato sauce, and truffle oil.
This Old Montreal resto (translated to "The Big Pig") serves up some truly gut-busting and delicious dishes, such as their Coca-Cola burger that’s drenched in Coca-Cola-flavored mayo.
This tiny, traditional Japanese izakaya located in downtown Montreal features specials like a "48 hour pork" rice bowl, BBQ pork necks, and lunchtime special ramen.
This award-winning burger resto serves up a variety of juicy meat discs including cheese burgers, bacon cheese burgers and something called the Supersonic Burger, which is topped with onion rings, Jarlsberg cheese, bacon, dill pickle, tomato, banana peppers, and spicy mayonnaise. And if that's not your thing, take down one of their other sammies or tasty poutine.
This resto & cocktail spot's always filled with Mile End neighborhood regulars who come back for The Sparrow's baller weekend brunch. On the must-eat list: banana and chocolate-filled donuts, smoked salmon & scrambled eggs, and a potato & cabbage dish called Bubble 'n Squeak.
One of a handful of locations, Copoli serves up an 8in beef puck that will dominate your hunger, and don't forget the bacon and fries. Oh, and if you're not in the mood for a burger (for some reason), you can also get poutine and other sammies.
The famous Dilallo Burger is a true Montreal institution in the best sense of the word. Be sure to try its famous "Buck Burger." It's not actually a dollar, but at $4 or so, no one's complaining.
Biting into a burger at Jukebox is like music to your ears, but don't overlook their dogs, poutines, or ice cream.
Dic Ann's Hamburgers holds two world records for the number of hamburgers and cheeseburgers served in an hour -- impressive, but not as impressive as the burger itself! A flattened patty soaked in their secret sauce is the place's specialty, and with over 15 locations across Canada, you can get it nearly anywhere in the country.