Local Eats: Burger Factory – Burgers, Fries, Funnel Cakes

Last week, I passed by the mini mall/plaza that is usually my lunch hangout spot for dinner and saw a new restaurant opened up. I decided that I would check it out after Easter, so that’s what I did after I left work this afternoon.


The restaurant is called Burger Factory, and as their sign states, they specialize in burgers, fries, and funnel cakes. The restaurant is small and narrow, not their fault, that’s just the way the unit has always been, but they’ve done their best to utilize the available space to the fullest. They provide limited seating, but it feels very cozy and friendly, especially with the owners being very friendly and accommodating.


I ordered The Compressor ($10.99) and made it a combo by adding a poutine and drink for an additional $4.99. The Compressor consists of three 5oz beef patties for a total of 15oz of pure beefy goodness, and you bet it’s 100% beef that is made in house, no fillers, always fresh and never frozen. The patties were well seasoned and cooked throughout but never lost its juiciness. Each patty had a slice of cheese added on top and served in a very soft and very lightly toasted sesame bun with your choice of toppings. You have to try their factory sauce, it adds more depth to an already awesome sandwich.

The poutine was good, but would’ve been better with cheese curds, but shredded mozzarella will do. The best part of the poutine would have to be the fries. Their fries are made in house, fresh cut, with the skin on, and cooked to perfection. It is slightly crispy and not greasy at all. It is evident that they have been in the industry for a while and know what they’re doing. Definitely coming back here again.

Corn Cob Rating:
Overall = 4.25 out of 5
Food = 4.5 out of 5
Service = 5 out of 5
Dining Space/Atmosphere = 4 out of 5
Value = 4 out of 5

Burger Factory
5130 Dixie Road
Mississauga, ON L4W4L9
Tel #: (905) 212-1551


One thought on “Local Eats: Burger Factory – Burgers, Fries, Funnel Cakes

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