Back in T.O., I knew there was still a long lists of burger joints awaiting me. One place that I've always gotten a request to go to was Tom's Burgers in Markham. It's been on my list ever since I've started this blog, but I just hadn't had any time to visit. It's been a long time since I've been re-reunited with my friend, Jan Mari, so we decided to gossip bond over burgers (haha). Although I've been in this town for more than a decade, I must admit that this was my first time at Tom's.

Talula bustier tank, F21 skirt, H&M bolero & lace up boots, Marc by Marc Jacobs purse, Michael Kors watch, Lauren by RL necklace

Hand bag on her arm cost four bills, And she ain't gotta beg, borrow or steal

And so it begins...

(Thanks to the guys at Tom's for letting us take as many photos as we pleased)

Our buns await


I swurrrr the burger is as big as my face!

nom nom nom

p.s. This is Jan Mari

As I said, I've been living in Markham for quite a long time, and I've been hearing about Tom's Burgers from just about everybody (including my grandpa)! So I finally decided to try it for myself! I like Tom's because it remains authentic. I feel like I've entered a time machine once I stepped in, which is a good break from all the other burger joints I've been visiting lately. Ok, so how about their burgers? I expected a classic home burger taste, and that's exactly what I got... that and a side of delicious thick-cut fries. This is a great place to go when you simply want a great-tasting burger, don't want the hustle-and-bustle of the busy city, and don't want to spend a lot. But btw, it's cash only here, so make sure to have some on you. 3.5 stilettos.