573 King Street West, Toronto (this review)
830 Yonge Street, Toronto
Cost: $10 burger combo (includes can of pop or water & fries or onion rings)
It used to be El Penco. *Sniff sniff* how I loved El Penco…the chimichangas were so cheap and so good. And the sandwiches were always made with love.
Craft Burger’s burgers are made with…hands.
As much as I still do miss El Penco, I have to say Craft Burger is sloooowly winning me over. I still dislike the interior cramped-ness; eating in makes me feel claustophobic (somehow it always looked way bigger when it was El Penco..*sigh*).
Oh, I’m also not a fan of the fries; do they have sweet potato fries?
The Classic Burger is $5.65 or you can do the combo for $10 and get a can of pop or water and fries or onion rings. I’ve yet to try anything BUT the classic burger though…old habits die hard (I’ve only been to CB twice). I hear the cookies are some of the best in the city?! Is this true? Somebody tell me. I also hear the veg burger is amazing….again, will have to test out this theory…someday only though ’cause lookit how delish this is:
It’s a tasty burger. I wouldn’t say it’s the BEST burger in town ’cause I wouldn’t know. You’d have to tell me which is the best. Down the street at Banknote you can get a pretty decent burger combo that’s mighty good, too.
But how about the size of the onion rings:
At those sizes, I think there were only a couple of onion rings in the bag.
So is it open late for dinner? (A friend of mine responded with: “Then it should be called Craft Dinner”…haha, she is so witty, that one.) And the answer is yes, they’re open till 10pm (Mon-Thurs) 11pm (Fri-Sat) and 9pm (Sun) and it’s much tastier than Kraft Dinner (some may disagree).