We've been to the original Burger's Priest in Toronto. It is a very dark (yet delicious) place. In contrast, the Hamilton location is bright, sunny and welcoming.
The religious theme continues through the restaurant, with the bathrooms being marked with priests and nuns, and verses from the Torah and the Lord's Prayer on the walls. Like the original, the kitchen is part of the front of house, which means you can see (and hear) your burgers being prepared. As you can see, Hamilton Gastronomy, looking dapper in his purple blazer, was thrilled to be at the event.
Seating is on little benches. Honestly, I didn't think they would be comfortable, but indeed, they were. The tables were, perhaps, a touch tight but we were able to fit in with our buddies from Hamilton Gastronomy quite nicely.
Now onto the reason you are reading this... the food. I will go first.
It isn't a big burger (unlike every other burger at our table), but every bite was a pleasure. However, please do not order this (or any other burger) for a first date. It is messy. All over your face messy. Then again, maybe you are into that kind of stuff. In that case, enjoy the first date!
Jonathan had The High Priest. This is a Big Mac type burger, complete with their own special sauce. He reports that the sauce was delicious. The meat was cooked to perfection, with just a touch of pink left, and the seasoning was spot on. He likes his burgers with lots of sauce, and thought it had just the right amount of sauciness. Overall, an absolutely solid burger. Hamilton Gastronomy also ordered one, and was in agreement.