Address: 4421 Highway 7, Woodbridge ON
When I visited: June 2014, dinner
Rating: $, 4.5
The Woodbridge location was spacious with ample amount of seating compared to their Toronto location.
The extensive menu consisted of specialty burgers, fries, poutine, shakes and desserts. Their burger prices ranged from $5.99 to a whopping $29.99!
Based on a recommendation, I ordered the “Holy Cow” burger which was the “Jr. Cheeseburger” plus the “Animal Feed” burger in one. Essentially, there was a cheese stuffed portobello mushroom with a meat patty on top. The burger patty was thin but full of flavour and was a delicious pairing with the thick mushroom. The cheese oozed out as I bit into the burger. The burger was juicy, well seasoned and filling. I added a bit of ketchup; the only condiment that the restaurant offered at each table. The burger was incredible but was also heavy.
My friend went all out and ordered the most expensive burger- the “Holy Duck” burger ($29.99). The server said she has not seen the burger before. I guess this splurge burger is not ordered often. This burger was insane with Quebec seared foie gras, double smoked bacon, pure Canadian maple syrup and white truffles.I had to have a bite. It was extremely rich and juicy, with juices dripping onto my hand. My only complaint was that the patty was too salty.
Holy Chuck burgers are not for the faint of heart. The burgers are artery clogging but utterly delicious. I don’t know how anyone can eat their “Go Chuck Yourself” burger which has 6 patties, 6 cheeses and triple bacon and not have a heart attack. This will be my go-to joint for over-the-top burgers, just don’t expect to be productive or be awake afterwards.
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