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472 Stradbrook Ave
Winnipeg, MB R3L 0J9

(204) 888-1001

Rating: 4 out of 5 stars (34 reviews) Average Rating Over Time
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Hours: Monday To Saturday From 11:00 AM To 10:00 PM Sunday From 12:00 PM To 09:00 PM
Status: Closed
Payment Methods: Visa, MasterCard, American Express


Pristine white walls and chairs accented with black tables and red-light fixtures set a minimalist tone at Unburger. This Osborne Village eatery offers burgers with unusual toppings, healthy sides and whimsical names for dishes. Try the flavourful Drunken Aussie—a sunny-side up egg, earthy beets, lettuce and pineapple topped on an extra-lean Manitoba beef patty and sandwiched in ciabatta.
by whereca on June 01, 2014 from whereca


Best burgers on the planet I swear!: My husband and I are very health conscious and wanted to try this place out as their burgers are made with all natural grass-fed beef raised without hormones, etc. Figured it would be "okay" but was blown away by their selections and prices. The burgers are only a little more than a regular burger joint but these places make McDonalds and Burger King and any other chain hang their heads in shame! Love every dish I've tried so far, the combos are just spot on for enhancing the tastiness and the fries are killer. Same with their chicken sandwiches and they have a great vegetarian selection too. I solemnly vow to never sully myself with a commonplace burger again! These guys are guaranteed to spoil you!
Rated 5 stars by mern on June 06, 2012

Editorial Reviews

Winnipeg Free Press: Prices range from $7.25, for a beef burger with cehddar, lettuce, tomato and herb-mayo, to $9.75 for the Drunken...
by winnipegfreepress on April 14, 2013 from winnipegfreepress
Winnipeg Free Press: The ciabatta buns and slices of multi-grain bread are flavourful and sturdy enough to hold the ingredients.
by winnipegfreepress on August 18, 2011 from winnipegfreepress
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