I went specifically for the Thanksgiving Burger which is a turkey patty with stuffing and cranberry sauce and even some butternut squash. My husband had a burger and said it was pretty good.
The paper-thin onion rings are delicious and the tater tots were a fun side. We had some macaroni salad too and were completely stuffed by the time we left.
I've been anxiously waiting to eat here as the store in Vegas wasn't yet open when I was there last year. I will have to try a location in the states sometime as meat in Canada just tastes much different.
We decided to meet friends here after the Blue Jays Game on Canada's 150th Birthday. It was the first time we had been here, and it was very busy. There is a self serve take-out area at the back if you are in a hurry.
The service was good and the servers knowledgeable of the menu. I really enjoyed the Hamburgers and sweet potatoes fries.
Claim your listing for free to respond to reviews, update your profile and much more. My meal was fantastic, service was great, staff was super friendly, clean facility, quick turn around, moderately priced food.
My son loved his Mac and cheese. I was not really excited as it was out of the way. I am 67 years old, set in my ways, prefer steak and potatoes and just recently found out that I am Celiac intolerance.
I do not get real sick if I consume some gluten, but I do try to stay away from consuming it if possible. I was assured that they had a great gluten free burger, and I was not disappointed. The amazing thing was how many of the restaurant's staff came out to check on us and actually spent time visiting with us. My entire group was blown away by Manager Matthew Weizmann. This was the nicest manager of ANY business that I have met in my 40 years of Corporate travels. For over 30 minutes, he discussed plans for the new future location in Memphis, which is only 20 minutes from our home.
A ten on everything, the food could not have been any better, the service was excellent, the concern for our group was just amazing and the prices are completely in line for the great food that was service. We had 7 different selections and no one was disappointed. I would not even attempt to recommend one item over another. MEMO to Hamburgers top management, you guys better get Matthew to the top of your team our someone else will grab him from you.
I live an hour and a half away from OWA and I have driven here just for their food. We were visiting and had a break between our baseball games and decided to head here.
Claim your listing for free to respond to reviews, update your profile and much more. Mark Wahlberg posted an Instagram story that shared his pretty intense daily schedule.
“Then I have a protein shake, three turkey burgers, five pieces of sweet potato at about 5:30 in the morning.” He shakes up the rest of his protein picks for the day with a New York steak, grilled chicken, fish (usually halibut, cod or sea bass) with some veggies.
Finally, with all this talk about turkey, it's no wonder that his signature burger at Hamburgers, known as “Mark’s Choice,” is a turkey burger! Not much ambiance, lots of staff coming and going and chatting in the corner.
My husband ordered sweet potato fries, which were balls, but were good and hot. $40 later for two iced teas, two burgers, two salads and an onion ring and sweet potato fries, and we were still hungry.
Walk around the corner and there are so many better restaurants in the entertainment district than this. Went to Hamburgers after hearing so much about it and was slightly disappointed with my experience.
The hostess took my cell number and said I would receive a text when our table was ready. Our hotel was very close by, so we asked if we had a few minutes to return once we received the text, and she confirmed that we did.
I got the text in just under an hour, and we walked to the restaurant (5 minutes passed). Luckily, the rush had quieted down, and we got another table pretty quickly. Long story short- the food is actually pretty good (although my burger was a bit on the cold side), the service is OK, but the wait was terrible.
The manager Alex told us it was difficult to find a local bakery to bake the buns to their specs. She was very nice and wanted to know our thoughts about the restaurant and food.
The Wall sauce (1000 island on steroids) is good but not enough on my burger. The fries had lots of flavor. The onion rings were the straw type not ones usually served in TO restaurant tasty but a tad greasy.
I did find the ceiling height somewhat low (I'm not tall) and the upstairs stating is small for their counter service customers. My final comment when you eat at places like McDonald's, A&W, Harvey's, Big Boy, Burger King, Wendy's, etc you eat their quality of food and pay their price.
You are the consumer need to decide if the price differential is worth it. Great location situated close to the Rogers Center.
Traveled to Toronto for a family gathering, and we collectively decided try Hamburgers as some of us were fans of the TV Show. Arrived around 630 pm to a large line up and about a 45-min wait.
No problem, NHL game in town, staff were great they would text us when our table was ready. Crossed the road and went to Wayne Gretzky for drinks.
Like clockwork.45mins later the text arrived letting us know that our table was ready. Cassie was quick to let us know that the onion rings were not the standard big, round fried type.
Consensus of the group was that the burgers were not over the top great. Each of the burger buns were glazed with a butter topping.
We asked to see the dessert menu and was surprised at the lack of choices...milkshakes and ice cream sundaes. Not a bad dining experience, but we all left disappointed as our expectations were very high based on all the hype from the TV show.