Re:Grub Burger Bar prides itself with using fresh ingredients that are sourced locally and building everything in their menu from scratch. Prices for their burgers range from CAD$7 to $15. These do not include any sides or drinks.
I ordered a Dude Ranch Burger made with house-baked fresh brioche buns, 6 oz Alberta grassfed beef, sunny side up egg, thick cut bacon, aged cheddar cheese, butter lettuce, tomato, and creamy bacon ranch for CAD$14. I would say the burger was alright. I feel it needs more sauce and the patty was not juicy enough for me. The sunny-side up egg was cooked to perfection, though!
My brother ordered a Bison Bison for CAD$15 and is made with house-baked brioche buns, 6 oz Alberta bison, sauteed mushroom, torched asiago, caramelized onion, butter lettuce and creamy bacon ranch. According to my brother, he did not really like his burger and finds it bland. As for the bison, he said it tastes just like beef.
My brother also ordered a large side of Dante’s Peak Fries for CAD$9. The fries are seasoned with hickory spice and topped with spicy dirty ketchup, parsley, and sunny-side egg.
The main selling point for me to check out Re:Grub is their Instagram-worthy milkshakes. I ordered Camp Ranger which is a milkshake topped with a s’more and it costs CAD$7.
To be honest, their milkshakes taste nothing out of the ordinary. It is a run of the mill milkshake and my favourite milkshake is still the ones from Peter’s Drive In. Yes, the presentation of Re:Grub’s milkshake makes it picture-perfect but at the end of the day, one would like to have a milkshake that hits the spot.
I would recommend to go to Re:Grub Burger Bar if only to go there to take pictures of their milkshakes and make your family and friends envy you because your Instagram account is so cool but do not go there if you are looking for a place to have a tasty burger that actually fills you up and a milkshake that is so thick and creamy.
How to order: When you get to Re:Grub Burger Bar, you place your order at the counter and then they will give you a table number. A server will then find a table for you and place your table number on it. After ordering, you will look for your table number, sit down, and wait for your order to be served.
Hours of Operation: M-T: 11-9, F:11-10, Sat:12-10, Sun:12-8