Address: 543 Church St., Toronto ON
When I visited: December 2014, lunch
Rating: $, 4
Having been to the original Richmond Hill location (read my review here), I wanted to know if the burgers were consistent and as tasty as I remembered it.
The newly opened Church and Wellesley location replaced the old Acme Burger. The interior is spacious, with an ample number of booths with lots of sunlight shining in. I loved seeing the sack of potatoes at the front of the restaurant which are used for the fresh cut fries.
During my visit, I had the pleasure of meeting the owner Jacques Kavafian once again. I ordered the 4 oz fresh burger, topped with cheese, tomato and ‘Fresh Burger’ sauce and added caramelized onions and sauteed jalapenos, and shared a poutine with my friend.
The burgers were as juicy as the first time I had it in Richmond Hill and consistently stayed true to itself. The focus is on the taste of the freshly ground 100% lean Canadian AAA Sirloin that is grounded fresh daily.
For a simple good quality burger, Fresh Burger provides a tasty bite at very reasonable prices. A customer can get a combo for less than $10. The Fresh Burger’s philosophy works!
* The meal was complimentary but the opinions in the post are my own.
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