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The Best Butcher Shops in Toronto

Posted by Robyn Urback / June 9, 2011

Butcher Shops TorontoThe best butcher shops in Toronto really know their meat. That, of course, doesn't just mean knowing the difference between top and bottom sirloin. No, it means being able to explain where the source animals were raised, what they ate, how they lived, how they were killed, processed, and then--yes--the difference between top and bottom sirloin. Bonus points if you can recommend a good marinade recipe or wine pairing.

The proof is always in the pudding--or, um, poultry?--as you can taste the difference between meats sourced from quality butchers versus mediocre shops. But no mediocrity here. These are the best butcher shops in Toronto.

See also:

The best fish stores in Toronto

Top pig photo by Brian Cameron in the blogTO Flickr pool.

Note: This list was previously published on March 4, 2008. Comments below made up until May 28th, 2011 are in reference to the old list. We've purposely kept the archived comments here because we believe they (mostly) add value to this topic. If you don't want to have to wade through all of them, simply hit the "sort by newest first" link at the top of the thread.

Cumbrae's

Cumbrae's

Cumbrae's is my butcher shop of choice, simply because the staff there always seem to have complete and prompt answers to my questions. Cumbrae's meats are locally sourced and farm-raised, ready at its Church Street and Bayview Avenue locations. And just in case you forget what you learned when you stopped by, you can always check out Cumbrae's YouTube channel to learn how to make the perfect burger and more. More »

The Healthy Butcher

The Healthy Butcher

The Healthy Butcher is as popular as ever, no doubt due to its commitment to organic, locally sourced meats. With one location on Queen West and another on Eglinton West (complete with valet parking on Saturdays!) The Healthy Butcher offers all the regular meats, along with harder-to-finds including geese, elk, and bison. More »

Royal Beef

Royal Beef

Is it the product or the personality? Probably both. Royal Beef has been around for more than 25 years, serving the community prime cuts of meat along with owner Carmen Estrela's quirky enthusiasm. On Danforth near Woodbine, Royal Beef has started introducing hormone and anti-biotic free chicken and beef, while keeping its famous homemade sausages and burgers. More »

Sanagan's

Sanagan's

Sanagan's Meat Locker in Kensington Market offers a plethora of information about its meat. Of course, you don't necessarily have to drop in, since Sanagan's boasts perhaps one of the most active and entertaining Twitter feeds of all the butchers in Toronto. If you do head over to Baldwin, though, you'll find an array of locally sourced meats with information on each specific farm. More »

Vince Gasparro's

Vince Gasparro's

Vince Gasparro's Meat Market is that classic, family-owned butcher shop. In business for over two decades, Vince Gasparro's on Bloor West at Ossington offers local Ontario meats including lamb, pork, and beef, as well as free-range, hormone-free chicken. Expect to encounter counter banter. More »

Olliffe

Olliffe

Olliffe in Summerhill is not your blood-on-the apron butcher. Rather, it is a "purveyor of the finest meats" sourced from Ontario, as well as farmers around the world. Along with Mennonite-raised chicken, whey-fed pork and more, Olliffe also offers game meat such as quail, ostrich, and venison, available for special order if not in stock. Or else, anyone in the mood for some kangaroo? You can get that here too. More »

Rowe Farms

Rowe Farms

Rowe Farms keeps on growing. In fact, you can find its products at Fortino's and even Metro. But to get the full Rowe Farms experience (or else, all of the necessary information), I think it's best to stop in at one of its six Toronto locations. With a focus on local and anti-biotic free, Rowe Farms offers beef, poultry, lamb, and more, with information on how the animals were raised and prepared. More »

WhiteHouse Meats

WhiteHouse Meats

WhiteHouse Meats is one place where you can count on finding game meats that you may have had to order ahead of time from other butchers. A business going on 60 years, WhiteHouse is a St. Lawrence Market fixture (with a few other locations around Toronto), offering an impressive selection of meats from animals raised in a variety of conditions including free-range chicken and farm-raised lamb. More »

Discussion

74 Comments

Edward Kovarski / March 4, 2008 at 11:51 am
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For those north of the city, try Totera Fine Foods on 2414 Major Mac (Ph: (905) 879-8325) and talk to Mike. He has amazing lamb chops and he can even age steaks for you... I've ordered some steaks last October and had them aged until December and they were like butter! As Sean said, there are few things finer in this world than good quality meat.
mikeb / March 4, 2008 at 01:05 pm
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European Meats in Etobicoke is much better than the Kensington shop. Shame that Brandt's in Mississauga didn't make the cut. It's an awesome store for those who love meat.
Marcus / March 4, 2008 at 02:02 pm
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I'm a little saddened to see that Kensington Meats (63 Kensington Ave) didn't make this list! Granted, it's smaller than most of the shops listed here, but it has good prices and fabulous service. They have more than they show in the window, just ask inside or call (416-596-7911) and ask. If they don't have it, odds are they can order it.

They also don't markup their prices simply because something sounds gourmet. E.G., I wanted to make osso bucco a while back and needed veal shank. I called Healther Butcher and Cumbraes both and was told it would cost over $12/lb! I understand it's organic but really, that's a huge markup, especially when Cumbraes wasn't even fresh!

Kensingtons ordered it for me and I think I paid something like $3-4/lb, I forget exactly.
bart / March 4, 2008 at 11:11 pm
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i shop at vince gasparros (on bloor between shaw and ossington) and have never been disappointed. it's not organic, but they source all their meat from local farmers and i think there's like three generations of gasparros working there. highly recommended if you live in the area.
Dennis M / March 4, 2008 at 11:53 pm
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I like Karl's Butcher in Roncesvalles.
Dave Tabor / March 5, 2008 at 11:39 am
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mmmmmmmm.... Karl's on Roncesvalles.

For westenders - Butcher by Nature - runnymede/annette. Organic, clean and friendly. Meat includes all sorts of beef, burgers + their branded flat chicken & selections of frozen sausages made on site. Also game meats and poultry. Lunch items - green apple chicken curry, israeli couscous and their wraps are amazing. Holiday meats and poultry a specialty.
Johanna / May 30, 2008 at 11:22 pm
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For those who want to check it out!

A brand new Butcher shop at 1160 Queen St. East just opened called Meating on Queen, selling high quality naturally raised meat without the infalted prices! an assorted variety of fresh fish, homemade salads, desserts, lunch specials you name it they got it...and of course who can forget there famous Steak on a Bun! so go on and check them out you won't regret it. Open 7 days a week.
Michael Fillier / October 6, 2008 at 01:41 pm
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To follow up on Edward Kovarski's post about Totera Fine Foods, you don't have to be north of the city! I live in Markham and I make the drive. They are relatively new, but I would expect to see them rise in the ranks and become one of the better known choices in the GTA.

They have already been voted the Top Italian Butcher Shop in the Greater Toronto Area on entervote.com / topchoiceawards.com. I recommend you check them out!
josh replying to a comment from Misha / March 27, 2009 at 11:02 am
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One of the best bucher shops in toronto is Di Liso's Fine Meats in the St. Lawrence Market, Nominated 3 years in a row by city bites magazine as the top 5. Some of the best prices around, for the quality of locally farm raised meats (norwich farmed beef) (menonite chicken)( hand made sausage no fillers all natural caseings). lots of naturally raised products, super friendly service. The owner works directly with the farmers, he really knowlegable on his products.
But I have to admit overall I am seeing many Meat shops in the city begining to carry local products and I think thats a goood thing. What do you think?
Cristina / May 6, 2009 at 03:00 pm
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Totera in Maple is amazing, I will not buy meat anywhere else. The quality is outstanding, the service is top notch and they will do anything you ask...if you ask nicely! Thank God these guys are in vaughan I dont have to buy gorcery store meat anymore!
Nick Dumitru / December 14, 2009 at 10:58 pm
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Don't forget about FAMU. They're the only Japanese butcher in Toronto. You guys should add them to your list.

http://www.japanesefood101.com/index.php/helping-you-shop/torontos-first-only-japanese-butcher/
sunil / April 1, 2010 at 04:41 pm
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+1 for totera
love the place.

reasonable prices too
Tsa / September 8, 2010 at 08:33 pm
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Does anybody know if it's possible to get a good fresh horse meat in Toronto?
R00 / October 1, 2010 at 12:13 pm
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The Village Butcher on Lakeshore and islington. All organic and free range product. Staff are funny as shit and accomodating.
marlon / October 1, 2010 at 01:02 pm
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^^^^ Agree! Mark is awesome and the meat is better than awesome
edward kovarski replying to a comment from Tsa / October 1, 2010 at 04:48 pm
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Tsa - I bought horse steaks from Totera... Believe he carries it from time to time as he supplies it to a hospital, if memory serves correctly, that gives it to people with a low count of red blood cells / anemic.

The taste was unique but I can't say that I was swayed to give up a good beef steak. :)
Big Shooter / October 30, 2010 at 01:26 am
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Love the selection I get at Bruno's on Avenue Rd.
Connor / February 10, 2011 at 08:50 pm
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Try "THE BUTCHERS" on Young Street, its between eglington and lawrence. Its all organic and the meet is all naturally raised and hormone free. I buy all my meet there and am pleased every time with the excellent staff and the selection of their products. I order their game meet which includes bison, kangaroo, venison and alligator.
Luke / May 28, 2011 at 09:22 pm
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Best butcher shop - royal beef. The ONLY reason I stay with my wife is because she buys me meat here
McGee / June 9, 2011 at 09:22 am
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Yes....but can any of them provide this much information?
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=l2LBICPEK6w
SANAGAN and SANAGAN'T / June 9, 2011 at 09:23 am
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No less than half the time Sanagan's staff are so disinterested and hassled by my presence as a customer I want to rub their sawdust in their faces.

The other half of the time they're awesome.
Ivan / June 9, 2011 at 10:01 am
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Try Vlad's butchery, serves from a van at corner of Bathurst and Steeles. Cash only, Friday and Saturday mornings.

Good pork shanks & beef brisket. VERY cheap and fresh.
Richie replying to a comment from Connor / June 9, 2011 at 10:08 am
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Stay away from Marlon Pather and "The Butchers" on Yonge street. They're a fucking nightmare to deal with and out-and-out scam artists. If you like sinewy cuts of Grade B beef then he's your go-to guy.
MeatFan / June 9, 2011 at 10:13 am
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How could you forget Meating on Queen?!?!?!?
Chris / June 9, 2011 at 10:15 am
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St. Jamestown Steak & Chops.
Brian Chow / June 9, 2011 at 10:36 am
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Don't forget Cat Alley off Spadina... Quality Chicken Ball meat!
JJ / June 9, 2011 at 10:37 am
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If the shops were rated on butcher sexiness, Royal Beef would be at the top.
Jack Wagon replying to a comment from Dave Tabor / June 9, 2011 at 10:51 am
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I second Butcher by Nature. Extremely knowledgable, and friendly with great products. A must for anyone in the High park/Junction area.
Jmy / June 9, 2011 at 10:56 am
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Meating on Queen www.meatingonqueen.com
EricM / June 9, 2011 at 11:03 am
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Is there a veggie option at these shops? lol Oh wait... these places carry food that doesn't taste like nothing. Good review, been to all but one.
Katherine / June 9, 2011 at 11:03 am
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I like the St. Jamestown Butcher....not crazy expensive, and has really excellent lamb+mint sausages!
It also helps that it's two minutes away, ha ha.
Sandy S / June 9, 2011 at 11:06 am
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Re: "Note: This list was previously published on March 4, 2008" Blog TO....Couldn't you have come up with a new list for 2011?
Score one for literacy replying to a comment from Sandy S / June 9, 2011 at 11:23 am
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This is a new list. Bravo.
Grimmer replying to a comment from Richie / June 9, 2011 at 11:31 am
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Very true Richie. The sad thing is before the entire coupon/deal fiasco, it was actually a decent butcher shop with good product. I think the owner burned all his bridges with reliable suppliers.
Aydin / June 9, 2011 at 11:56 am
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If you live near Danforth, The Friendly Butcher at Broadview is a must!
As the name suggests, they're quite friendly! They're all very good at making recommendations and giving preparation instructions.
They have amazingly creative offerings, like the Butter Chicken Burgers and the Duck Breast wrapped with steak!
And be sure not to miss the freezer in the back, full of sausages, stocks and even ground 3-way (beef, veal and pork), which is surprisingly hard to find in this city, but a must for meatballs or meatloaves!
I also recommend the spice rubs they sell on top of the meat display. Very good, and quite cheap.
blue / June 9, 2011 at 12:17 pm
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Loconte fine Meats www.locontefinemeatswilson.com
amazing veal, porchetta and spieducci
blue / June 9, 2011 at 12:26 pm
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Loconte fine Meats www.locontefinemeatswilson.com
amazing veal, porchetta and spieducci
Bonnie / June 9, 2011 at 12:44 pm
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The first picture is officially sick.

It's all about the stomach, eh boys? Fill 'er up and don't pay any attention to anything but your own satisfaction. Yum! And might I say, that protruding belly looks very good on you.
John Rait / June 9, 2011 at 01:23 pm
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Meating On Queen is amazing. 1160 Queen Street East at Jones Ave. Family run business with amazing naturally raised meats.
DC replying to a comment from SANAGAN and SANAGAN'T / June 9, 2011 at 02:58 pm
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Really? At Sanagan's I've always been greeted with a smile, a How are you? and a What can i get for you?
They've been more than willing to grind up chuck for me if they didn't have any left and are always happy to explain what cut is best and how to cook it!
It keeps me going back!
hhg replying to a comment from Bonnie / June 9, 2011 at 03:22 pm
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I appreciate knowing that my meat comes from an animal that has a face on it, which was expertly raised, killed, and served and not from a faceless sweatshop-like entity.

Your vanity and naivete makes you extremely attractive.
Welshgrrl replying to a comment from Bonnie / June 9, 2011 at 03:22 pm
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I had a feeling that there was going to be a self-righteous vegetarian posting on this thread sooner or later and I was not disappointed ...
j replying to a comment from JJ / June 9, 2011 at 03:28 pm
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BACK OFF!
Mingo Jones replying to a comment from Aydin / June 9, 2011 at 03:31 pm
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I've enjoyed the Friendly Butcher's meats - they've always been fantastic but I've always wondered how they compare to the others. I'm wondering if Friendly's didn't make the cut or if BlogTO just didn't include it in their list.
Aydin replying to a comment from Mingo Jones / June 9, 2011 at 06:17 pm
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Friendly Butcher was not on the list of nominees.
It was probably a bit too new/unknown to make the cut, but I wrote it in anyway. I just came back from there and picked up some really nice local eggs and a bavette steak for tonight. Never disappointed!

Perhaps Robyn or someone can go over and do a story on them?
Adela replying to a comment from Luke / June 9, 2011 at 06:19 pm
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This is why I read the comment section.
Crimson Cass / June 10, 2011 at 01:33 pm
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I adore Salsicharia Pavao, which I refer to as the Neon Butcher Shop. It is at Gladstone and Dundas West, and you can't miss the flashing neon signs. I lived next to it for 8 years, and they are almost obsessively clean, scrubbing down every night and thoroughly on Saturday nights (closed Sundays). There are big windows into the butchery areas. All of their meat is high quality, excellent prices, and though not organic, it comes from small-scale suppliers. I'd see the trucks pull up, everything's very clean.
Also, they have some groceries - Portuguese olive oil is inexpensive and excellent.
I have a frequent buyer card! Staff are friendly and efficient.
Paul / June 18, 2011 at 04:28 pm
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I love Meating on Queen in Leslieville!
They also have great BBQ Sandwiches!!!
Sadra / June 24, 2011 at 05:58 pm
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Hey if anyone is interested in butchering an entire Wild BOAR. There is a class being offered which teaches the entire butchery process as well as including cocktails and Boar-chop tasting.
For those who are interested, you can visit:

http://allepic.com/experiences/26
KMSR / June 26, 2011 at 12:34 pm
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We've made Friendly Butcher our main butcher. Just had lovely striploins from there last night! We also love their marinated chicken breasts (butter chicken, spicy Asian, etc.). Lovely double-smoked hams and smoked pork chops marinated in Fuji apples--all lovely. And the service is helpful and friendly.
CHRISTOPHERTORRES / July 6, 2011 at 02:00 pm
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UP NORTH: Totera in Maple is amazing. It's in a mini-strip near Major Mack and Keele Street. Some of the tastiest meat, cheese and pasta you'll come across. Even if you just want "burgers n dogs" they offer homemade burgers and jumbo 10-inch dogs at a great price and they taste magnificent.

NORTH YORK: Juan Meat "El Gaucho" 18 Beverly Hill Drive near Jane and Wilson Ave. Great meat selection, Argentine background so if you want asado, it's perfect. Also has a whole range of spices, international foods, sandwiches, empanadas, desserts, etc.
I_heart_meat_TO / July 11, 2011 at 05:01 pm
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I love Macelleria Atlas on St. Clair...family run butcher shop with amazing quality and the service is spot on. They have the best spiedini in TO and the freshest meat. I won't go anywhere else!
I_heart_meat_TO / July 11, 2011 at 05:03 pm
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Here's the info for Macelleria Atlas:

http://maps.google.ca/maps/place?hl=en&;ie=UTF8&q=macelleria+atlas&fb=1&gl=ca&hq=macelleria+atlas&hnear=0x882b268883243a77:0xdd95317585aa054b,Vaughan,+ON&cid=16994482725432542926&z=14
alex / July 27, 2011 at 07:52 pm
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Butcher by Nature by far is probably one of the Best butcher shops in the city.Family run with 4 generations of experience under his belt, Frank the owner and master butcher can answer any questions you have. They also make the best ive tasted in sausages, 12 or 13 different kinds , gotta try it , 520 annette street at runnymede.
leo / August 3, 2011 at 12:51 am
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Chorizos rule at Segovia's in kensington market. ask Sanagan even he recomends them.
There are lots of great places for meat!!!! all types for all types.. don't forget your vegis too...
MM / August 11, 2011 at 11:59 pm
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I went to Sanagan's to see if they offered any cold cuts (Salami etc.). I always have gone to European Meats since living in the area but I thought I would try something else and see what they had to offer. I was told that "we only have fresh meat" in a snooty tone, and my best option in the area was to "try the grocery store or maybe one of the cheese shops might have something". Now obviously European Meats is only a couple of doors down and it is the best variety within the area. No mention of them. Perhaps Sanagan's shouldn't be pricks to their competition especially if they don't even offer a product I was after. Too bad. I like variety in shops and finding specialties in each. After that experience, I had a bad taste of the quality of proprietors rather than the quality of meat.
By the way, my father in law makes amazing Salami with organic meat and only a handful of natural ingredients. I unfortunately cannot have a steady supply of the good stuff and find it interesting how "butchers" with organic products frown on such things. Maybe you need to learn how to do more than slice a striploin into steaks.
Albert replying to a comment from MM / August 18, 2011 at 05:58 pm
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MM, I suspect you're just used to hearing a snooty tone since that seems to be your area of expertise. I go to Sanagan's A LOT and have overheard them recommending European Meats, the butcher shop on Kensington Avenue, AND St. Andrews Poultry to their customers. So maybe do your research before hauling off and calling people you don't know pricks. Sanagan's can't carry salami because they don't have the space in the store to keep it separate from the raw meat. (Or didn't you notice how small the place is?) I sometimes get prosciutto from Cheese Magic, which I suspect is what they were suggesting, quite helpfully, to you. Sanagan's has always been very good to me, and for your information it is run by a team of food experts whom I have leared a lot from (chefs--so they know how to do a little more than slice steak, so maybe you need to learn how to use google before you shoot off in public). If they lost you as a customer it obviously wasn't a great loss.
Joe / December 3, 2011 at 01:38 pm
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How 'bout The Chopping Block Meats at 2234 QUEEN ST E in the Beach.
jamie replying to a comment from Aydin / December 12, 2011 at 10:16 am
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The friendly butcher has been around for 14 years up at it’s Yonge and Lawrence location, and I have can tell you that it’s local first foods and meat are top notch.
Dan / January 21, 2012 at 11:05 am
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Sorry you're so butt-hurt, MM.

Ya know what though? not many butcher's sells charcuterie. He's a BUTCHER, not a DELI.

European meat's isn't even in the same LEAGUE as Sanagan's. EM is mostly frozen meats, made in factory farms. Sanagan's is all local, organic and grass feed.

I'm actually happy you're offended and won't go back, it leaves more place in his tiny establishment for people who care.


That being said, Easton's has opened up since the last post. On augusta, its one of the Chefs who was a former worker at Sanagan's who's opened up a place that sells Carcuterie and deli meats. They've also go foie gras, stock and lots of specialty items. It A+++++
Matt Warden / May 2, 2012 at 10:06 am
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I'm trying to find out if anyone in Ontario or Canada supplies or sells in any way "Margherita Pepperoni". It's supposed to be top notch pepperoni. Can anyone out there help. I found Ecklich, John Morrel Food Group and Margherita Brand but they are all in the States and don't appear to supply over the border.
JP Gigliozzi / July 3, 2012 at 11:08 am
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By far, Eddystone Meats at Jane and Sheppard beats any butcher shop in the city. The quality and years of experience is obvious as soon as you walk through their door. Ask for Tony and you'll be sure to get great customer service!!
CF / July 24, 2012 at 03:01 pm
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Someone ought to check out the "meat department" at broad view and danforth. Rivals the quality of other boutique shops in the city with an awesome atmosphere! Definitely worth checking out. Newer shop but well worth a visit, shouldn't be long till word gets around and it starts making waves further then east of the bridge.
Rachel replying to a comment from Tsa / August 23, 2012 at 01:20 am
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I just came back from Quebec and I found cheval, horse, in the Metro; I am curious if any butchers in the gta carry horse? Please share if you know of any. Horse, cheval, is incredibly high in protein and low in fat and very, very, tasty! (please don't persecute me!!)I used ground cheval in pasta and the entire family, including kids, thought it was the best pasta they ever had(and yes I made many "I am soooo hungry I can eat a horse" jokes - they did not know it was horse.....they would have probably been mortified!). I have had the pleasure of having horse tartar at the Black Hoof (I was very disappointed as it was spiced far too much and I could not taste the meat); I had horse at La Palette and it was fabulous! I will probably be slammed for my thoughts but this meat is soooo tasty and healthy! I am not sure why horse is so readily available in QC but not ON?! Please share any insights and information you may have as I am very curious....

Thanks!

Rachel
Cosplay / September 26, 2012 at 10:38 am
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This is why I read the comment section.
Devon replying to a comment from Tsa / October 3, 2012 at 07:24 pm
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Horse Tenderloin is available through Black Angus, they have a store in Mississauga. Most likely would come frozen though.
sam / October 22, 2012 at 08:56 pm
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just go to Brunos Fine foods for any cut of meat you require, especially their dry aged meats
ritz / October 24, 2012 at 04:33 pm
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Macelleria Venezia - bloor and ossington - the best - bar NONE!!!
Janine / December 26, 2012 at 11:35 am
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Can anyone recommend a butcher that sells ostrich steaks?
haha replying to a comment from MM / December 26, 2012 at 12:29 pm
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AH, they didn't have the product YOU were after, boohoo, poor little entitled you. My reaction because you got up[set when they didn't bow down and kiss your feet? Easy: HAHAHAHAHAHAHAAAAAAAA!!!!!!!!!!!!
Meatman / April 25, 2013 at 10:31 pm
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Butcher by Nature has reopened across the street from there old location. They had a fire and are now back in business, great choice of 20 glutenfree sausages made in store. They can get anything you want with 1 week notice and offer amazing cooking tips and knowledge on the products they sell. Check them out you will love it! See you there.
Sean / August 3, 2013 at 04:31 pm
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Kosta's Meat Market at Ellesmere & Vic Park.. great selection and prices, really great service. The butchers are really good guys too.
Mark / September 19, 2013 at 10:32 pm
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I recently moved to the Yonge/Sheppard area and wanted to find a good 'mom and pop' butcher. The closest butcher of any variety appears to be "The Friendly Butcher" but I don't know how I feel about a chain. Any recommendations?
Aria / December 16, 2013 at 07:42 am
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There is a one more beef shop online. They are selling a high quality naturally healthy and humanely raised meat. Feed a strictly vegetarian diet with no antibiotics and added hormones.

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