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THINKING OUTSIDE THE BUN

FRESH INGREDIENTS × Crafted with Love

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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Taste Test: Roger Mooking helps us pick Toronto’s best unconventional burger 

BY POST CITY STAFF

 Published: Wednesday, Aug. 31, 2016, 02:12 PM

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Hogtown has a soft spot for burgers from the classic to the creative. So we enlisted chef Roger Mooking to taste the city’s best beef patties with wild toppings. The fusion of flavours between these buns takes these burgers to the next level.

Winner: Pho-tastic 
Dac Biet, 213 Church St., $7.25

The pho burger is topped with sautéed bean sprouts, fresh basil and lime with hoisin and sriracha sauces and is served with a side of pho jus. “Pho is one of my favourite things on earth,” says Mooking. “This is the best-seasoned beef. It’s a really interesting idea. Strangely, it tastes like pho.”

 

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The last time we ranked the city’s best new burgers, back in 2012, we were caught up in an artisanal fervour. Nowadays, it ain’t no thing to bake a bun on-premise, butcher and dry-age meat for a signature-blend patty, and make super-duper-secret special sauce in-house. So, with all due respect to our former champions, we let a new pack of craft burger makers (who take inspiration from bucolic Ontario farms, Vietnamese market stalls, and just about everywhere in between) duke it out for supremacy. Let the burger wars begin. Dac Biet’s Pho Burger An unlikely pairing of pho fixings (sautéed bean sprouts, fresh basil and lime) and a fresh-ground patty dolloped with hoisin and Sriracha makes for the ultimate Vietnamese-American comfort food. There’s even a side of pho “jus” for dipping.   

The last time we ranked the city’s best new burgers, back in 2012, we were caught up in an artisanal fervour. Nowadays, it ain’t no thing to bake a bun on-premise, butcher and dry-age meat for a signature-blend patty, and make super-duper-secret special sauce in-house. So, with all due respect to our former champions, we let a new pack of craft burger makers (who take inspiration from bucolic Ontario farms, Vietnamese market stalls, and just about everywhere in between) duke it out for supremacy. Let the burger wars begin.

Dac Biet’s Pho Burger

An unlikely pairing of pho fixings (sautéed bean sprouts, fresh basil and lime) and a fresh-ground patty dolloped with hoisin and Sriracha makes for the ultimate Vietnamese-American comfort food. There’s even a side of pho “jus” for dipping. 

 

 

Phone

(416) 703-8878

LOCATION

213 Church St.
(at Dundas)
Toronto, ON M5B 1Y7

 

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Sa 12p–9p
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