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The Best Sandwiches in Toronto

Posted by Robyn Urback / January 25, 2012

Best Sandwiches TorontoThe best sandwiches in Toronto have a way of bringing people together. While few vegans care to weigh in on the issue of the best sauce-soaked ribs in the city--and, likewise, meat-eaters on the whole care not for sesame tempeh debates, everyone can appreciate the glory of a good sandwich.

It starts with great bread, naturally, which must compliment as much as contain the "meat" (figuratively speaking) of the sandwich. And whatever is put inside--slow-roasted brisket, veal smothered in homemade sauce, or BBQ tofu on a bed of arugula--it must be fresh, hearty, filling, and delicious. I'm sure everyone knows what I'm talking about.

Here is the list of the best sandwiches in Toronto.

See also:

The best panini in Toronto
The best peameal bacon sandwiches in Toronto

Note: A previous version of this list was published in May 2008. Comments below made up until January 24th, 2012 are in reference to the old list. We've purposely kept most of 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.

Top left photo by Gadjo Cardenas Sevilla

The Fish Store

The Fish Store

We usually think of cold cuts, hearty meatballs, pulled pork or layers of cheese when pining for a sandwich, except if anywhere in the vicinity of The Fish Store. This tiny shop makes incredible grilled fish sandwiches using fresh catfish, grouper, salmon or whatever else is on hand, enveloped in a Portuguese bun and paired with homemade soup on the side. More »

Porchetta and Co.

Porchetta and Co.

This is some sloppy, tasty sandwich delight right here. Porchetta and Co. is somewhat new to Toronto but has already wooed meat-lovers with its marinated pork shoulder wrapped in prosciutto and cured belly. Baked beans, roasted potatoes, and braised rapini on the side, and drooling becomes a woefully uncontrollable mechanism. More »

Black Camel

Black Camel

Another wonderful sloppy sandwich source, Black Camel serves five types of fall-apart, sauced sandwiches. Its beef brisket is my favourite, marinated for three days and slow-cooked for 12 hours. Black Camel hasn’t forgotten about vegetarians either, offering a tomato, eggplant, red pepper, and arugula sandwich. More »

California Sandwiches

California Sandwiches

Not sure if it’s precisely like they do it in California (or at all), but California Sandwiches knows how to make a quality veal sandwich. With locations all over the GTA, the sandwiches here might be a little pricier than most, but for those who know classic Italian sandwiches, the cost is well worth it. More »

The Grilled Cheese

The Grilled Cheese

Your favourite elementary home-for-lunch food has been jazzed up and adorned and made even more delicious. The grilled cheese sandwiches at this Kensington Market shop evoke all those warm comfort food feelings, and yes, there’s even tomato soup on the side. More »

Urban Herbivore

Urban Herbivore

Yes, there’s no meat, but even carnivores can appreciate these plant-based creations. The BBQ tofu and/or avocado sandwich is an obvious winner, though Urban Herbivore also makes a great roasted veggie, sesame tempeh, and other sandwiches, all served on an olive or whole grain ciabatta. More »

Mustachio

Mustachio

These sandwiches need two hands. And maybe a fork. Thoroughly Italian and served on Kaiser or foccacia, Mustachio’s sandwiches are even more irresistible after a long day exploring the goods at St. Lawrence Market. Veal, eggplant, chicken, and more. More »

Stockyards Smokehouse & Larder

Stockyards Smokehouse & Larder

Slow-cooked is taken a bit more literally at Stockyards, but most don’t mind waiting the 20 minutes or so for one of its pulled pork or BBQ beef brisket sandwiches. Like every good smokehouse, most of the options are best served with a dousing of BBQ sauce, as well as a helping of ‘slaw on the side. More »

The County General

The County General

Fried chicken thigh sandwich on a buttermilk bun. Need I say more? Well, maybe, especially since The County General’s smoked peppercorn brisket also keeps the “cowboys” near. There are less gluttonous options, however, such as the white bean “meatball” sandwich" but it can be redeemed with a fried egg or peameal add-on. More »

Discussion

103 Comments

Kelly / May 16, 2008 at 10:12 am
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Im a massive fan of the sandwiches at The Roastery (at 401 Richmond). Custom made to order and affordable!
c / May 16, 2008 at 10:29 am
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You missed the avacado and mango sandwich at Poor Johns Cafe.
jack / May 16, 2008 at 11:36 am
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you should try the lobster sandwich at 4 season's!
Yik / May 16, 2008 at 12:09 pm
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I enjoy the sandwiches at Merci Mon Ami in Liberty Village.
Jordan / May 16, 2008 at 02:33 pm
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I finally tracked down Goed Eten after blogTO's review and <em>whoaaa</em>.
Ryan / May 16, 2008 at 08:06 pm
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Next year, I'm definitely voting for Jake's (on Bayview, near Millwood). They make incredible sandwiches.
Ohh, it has been reviewed by BlogTO site too.
Sean Galbraith / May 17, 2008 at 02:51 pm
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Artisano on Islington north of Queensway!
Margs L / June 5, 2008 at 06:09 pm
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I think Sage Cafe on McCaul is a very good sandwish shop! Best wraps!
Paul / June 24, 2008 at 02:42 pm
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Sandwich box has changed my life...I have eaten there every day (sometimes twice a day) since my first sandwich there 3 weeks ago...the ingredients matter not...everything they make is delicious beyond comprehension. Worth every single penny spent. Try and keep quiet about it though as the line-ups are growing.
Jay / June 25, 2008 at 11:27 am
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I love the veal sandwich at Vinny's, located west of Christie on Dupont - the best I've had in the city.
showbiz / July 14, 2008 at 03:28 am
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surprised the peameal sandwich upstairs up against the west wall right beside an entrance door (forget the name) isnt on the list.
Bad Self / August 11, 2008 at 12:09 pm
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Word, Sandwich Box just *gets it*.
Merci Mon Ami is a total up and comer though.
Also, can't wait for Chipotle to open ? I wish it wasn't all the way at Yonge and Dundas though...
Sanju / October 6, 2008 at 12:14 am
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Mustachio's certainly does not know its way around an eggplant, and neither does anyone who would recommend it based on its veggie sandwiches. There's a place upstairs in the market which is much better. Also, since when is knowing how to make good things with eggplant a rare skill?

Urban Herbivore was disappointing, although I have not had anything besides a sandwich - there is much better food to be had in the area. Its sibling Fressen is the awesome, however.

And, Brick Street Bakery always smells delicious, but its veggie offering was not. Maybe the meat fare is better.

Come on people, make better lists. I mean, how do you get sandwiches wrong?!
chickee / October 13, 2008 at 08:54 pm
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sandwich box rocks. too bad they got kicked out of the little food court at queen and john.

i nomiate zoe's bakery cafe... their roast beef sandwich is soOOoo good!!
Arianna / November 11, 2008 at 10:43 am
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Check out Mangiacake on Mccaul (right next to Sage). Amazing panini and cappuccino. Owner is a sweetheart. My favourite place to get a sandwich in Toronto.
R / December 13, 2008 at 03:26 am
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My fav. place is Vinny's Panini on Dupont. Choice of veal, steak, chicken, sausage, meat ball and veggie. All the choices are good but my fav. is veal. Call ahead though. They are very busy during lunch hour. Wait time is usually minimum 10-15 mins. Longest I've waited was 45 mins for about 10 sandwiches. Typically when people try Vinny's they say that the steak there are better than the ones at Californias. And the veals at Californias are better than Vinny's.

Vinny's Panini
787 Dupont, Toronto ON M6G1Z5
(416) 531-9454
Not a hipster, just a working dad / April 8, 2009 at 02:36 pm
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My vote is California Sandwiches. I call ahead and place an order before picking up.
They are always fresh, not greasy, crispy, and delicious.

I lived in Italy, Little Italy -- these are very good. period.
Angelo / August 3, 2009 at 09:53 pm
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Merci Mon Ami in Liberty Village has overall some tasty sandwiches! The side salad is amazing and to finish it off with a fruit kebob seals the deal for me. I eat there 3 - 4 times a week and they are very friendly. Line ups are at the max on Wednesdays which is their Burger day... best burger I have ever had by far.
Blah / November 2, 2009 at 02:57 pm
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Cafe Brazilliano at Bathurst and Dundas has veal and chicken cutlet sandwiches which are to die for! They beat California Sandwiches by a long shot...
Try the chicken sandwich and dip it in their special chili if they have it that day!

mmmmmmmmmmm I think I'll head there on my way home from work...
minj / December 2, 2009 at 12:35 pm
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There's a really cute Panini place by King and Spadina called Nook. It's a half basement place and their paninis are AMAZING
The place is so cozy and I believe they were on restaurant makeover if I'm not mistaken!

They change their list of sandwiches daily so I'm always get a nice surprise everytime I go there =D
Their salads and sandwich combo is a good eat under $10!
I really recommend this place!
Anna / February 24, 2010 at 02:14 pm
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My favourite sandwich so far is at Kensington's located in Kensingotn market. Their turkey sandwich comes on grilled whole wheat panini bread with pesto and grilled vegetables with mayo and dijon. The servers are always very nice and the service is really professional and friendly.


$6-7 for a sandwich
Gio / May 5, 2010 at 10:50 pm
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I've tried a new place in the Junction Triangle called Nonna's Place great food really cheap prices. $5.00 for a veal sandwich.
cas / May 12, 2011 at 03:18 pm
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Druxy's Famous Deli has amazing sandwiches and they have locations all over the city. Some Druxy's franchisees do better a better job with their locations than others, but I love being able to put whatever I want on my sandwich and not be limited!
DGP / January 25, 2012 at 10:26 am
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I can be the bun and you can be the burger, girl.
More / January 25, 2012 at 10:42 am
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Bell Lightbox
-roast beef + horseradish slaw on awesome bun

Rebel House
-Grilled Cheese and bacon

Sandwich box
-everything is really good but sometimes they rush the sandwich off the grill and that pisses me off

Camel
-YES




More / January 25, 2012 at 10:45 am
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cas / MAY 12, 2011 AT 03:18 PM
"Druxy's Famous Deli has amazing sandwiches"
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Uh, no. They do not. They have garbage sandwiches compared to the places people are talking about here. You sound like a Druxy's shift manager who thought he'd come here and blow some Druxy's sunshine up our azzes.

minj / DECEMBER 2, 2009 AT 12:35 PM
There's a really cute Panini place by King and Spadina called Nook.
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Beware. Do not eat in. You will smell like the Nook for 3 days.

Warren / January 25, 2012 at 11:26 am
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I'm actually glad California Sandwiches is up here and not the tastier, cheaper alternative nearby that also has actual friendly service.

Enjoy the sassy ladies behind the counter!
Kevin Forestell / January 25, 2012 at 11:51 am
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helloooo! Brick Street Bakery in the Distillery!!!
TrishALish replying to a comment from DGP / January 25, 2012 at 11:54 am
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Make your thighs like butter....
Marlowe3000 / January 25, 2012 at 11:54 am
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The build your own sandwiches at Fresh to Go Sushi & Salad (Dundas & Centre street) are amazing too!
Tapcon replying to a comment from cas / January 25, 2012 at 11:55 am
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"Druxy's Famous Deli has amazing sandwiches and they have locations all over the city. Some Druxy's franchisees do better a better job with their locations than others, but I love being able to put whatever I want on my sandwich and not be limited!"

So the bar for good sandwiches is being able to put whatever you want on them? You should be raging that Subway isn't #1 on this list...
Graham / January 25, 2012 at 11:55 am
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As a sandwich lover myself I am surprised with some of these choices.

The Fish Store - I thought this was awful. For a good fish sandwich check out Buster Cove (I think) at St. Lawrence Market or The One That Got Away

County General - I really was not impressed with this sandwich. Lacked flavour (considering the ingredients) and way over priced!

Barque? I still haven't eaten at their restaurant but have tried their food at an event and their sandwich was INCREDIBLE! They are busy non-stop, people rant and rave about them so I would assume they would be in this list.

2 Newcomers that could also be added to the list are: Banh Mi Boys & Tavolino. Both of their sandwiches impressed me a lot!
shaattack / January 25, 2012 at 11:56 am
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Sky Blue Sky Sandwiches on Bloor at Palmerston is the best sandwich experience by far.
Cyril Sneer / January 25, 2012 at 12:00 pm
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There's a great little place called Brown Bag sandwiches near Church and Carlton. Completely non-descript building but their sandwiches are fantastic.
moji / January 25, 2012 at 12:06 pm
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I love "Fish Store" and "Black Camel", but you are missing some of my favourites: Buster Cove at the lower level of St. Lawrence Market has amazing fish sandwiches ... we also love "Brick Street Bakery" ... and as far as wraps (not sure if they are included in this category!) my favourites are: Ravi Soups (Adelaide W.) and Sage (Baldwin and McCaual)
gee / January 25, 2012 at 12:07 pm
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Tasty fish sandwich that isn't battered and deep fried...simple, and fresh! The Fish Store wins! I totally agree it being #1!
Denise replying to a comment from Graham / January 25, 2012 at 12:15 pm
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I completely Agree about Barque. Ate there on the weekend, had to refrain from licking my plate. BEST sandwich EVER.
Benedict / January 25, 2012 at 12:24 pm
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The Donair at College Falafel. MY GOD
Benedict / January 25, 2012 at 12:25 pm
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Druxy's! Let's not go nuts!
Natalie T. / January 25, 2012 at 12:27 pm
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No Cheesewerks?!
Anthony / January 25, 2012 at 12:30 pm
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Buster's in the St. Lawrence Market also makes nice grilled fish sandwiches
Aj / January 25, 2012 at 12:48 pm
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add Tavolino... sooo good!
Elise Cotter / January 25, 2012 at 01:31 pm
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Fast Fresh has such fantastic sandwiches and salads, for such great prices!
Eva / January 25, 2012 at 02:18 pm
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SKY BLUE SKY
hellebelle / January 25, 2012 at 02:26 pm
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urban herbivore's sammies are amazing! definitely not missing meat in these.
nope replying to a comment from hellebelle / January 25, 2012 at 02:51 pm
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^ disqualified for using the word "sammies" ^
jimmy / January 25, 2012 at 02:59 pm
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Why is it that 90% of all the "Best of Toronto" restaurants and shops are south of Bloor and west of Bathurst??!! Unless it's ethnic related, things like best sandwiches, best icecream, best clothing, etc etc is always concentrated in the lower west area.
I've been looking to blogTO as a resource for new places to go, but now it's just becoming a joke. I agree with some of the comments above in that you, blogTO, have missed a whole lot more good places by just focusing on this small area.
You should really start calling it "Best of Toronto's south west end".
Jim / January 25, 2012 at 04:07 pm
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Just wondering really who can actually claim what restaurant/Deli/fastfood outlet can be the best in Toronto, when "The Best" is different in everyone's own belief and their own taste..
Derek replying to a comment from jimmy / January 25, 2012 at 05:01 pm
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Hi Jimmy - I'll ask you what I always ask people who make comments like yours. Name a place in the east end or to the north that you think should be on this list instead of what's found above. We've reviewed basically all the places that people mention in the comments. If you really want to explore new areas, I'd suggest that reader-voted best of lists aren't really the way to go. Instead have a look at our neighbourhoods section, which features thousands of listings for places all across the GTA. Trust me, it's not a lot of work to do so.
Ricardo / January 25, 2012 at 05:39 pm
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my vote goes to Tavolino on king & portland, delishhhhhh!
Tracey / January 25, 2012 at 05:47 pm
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The Slow Room on College.
Mandy / January 25, 2012 at 06:30 pm
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Good Call on The Fish Store...My favourite is the black cod or the bay scallops. Buster's Sea Cove is a close second, but lacks the variety (of sandwiches) and delicious bread The Fish Store carries....YUM!
Sandwin replying to a comment from Eva / January 25, 2012 at 07:01 pm
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You are Soooo right!!! Where is Sky Blue Sky sandwiches on this list?!?! They make the best, freshest, most delicious, most inspired sandwiches and charge under $5 for all of them!!! Plus, they have board games which you can play for FREE!!! (take that Snakes and Lattes)
Andrew / January 25, 2012 at 09:11 pm
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LOVE Black Camel, sandwhich box, Porchetta & Co and the peameal bacon sandwhich @ carousel bakery (St. Lawrence Market).

I really want to try that Fried Chicken sandwhich @ County General
danielle replying to a comment from Sandwin / January 25, 2012 at 09:44 pm
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Thanks for the tip - will check out soon!
B / January 25, 2012 at 11:19 pm
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how the HALE is Sky Blue Sky Sandwiches not on this list.
JLV / January 26, 2012 at 01:22 am
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another vote for Tavolino!
weeks replying to a comment from shaattack / January 26, 2012 at 02:53 am
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Yes! I'm working my way down the list of sandwiches there. Nearly everything is five bucks and I'd pay ten, easy. The place is Wilco themed too! I bring friends there as often as I can.
Sean / January 26, 2012 at 07:48 am
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#9 The County General ---> white bean “meatball” sandwich"

There's no 'meat' in a vegan dish. Why call it MEATball puzzles me.

They should title it 'white bean ball sandwich' to be more honest at what they serve.
Jake / January 26, 2012 at 07:58 am
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Ummmm. DELICA KITCHEN?!! I eat there almost everyday and it's so delicious. I love that they constantly switch it up with specials. Last week I had an amazing smoked meat, brie and pickle grilled sandwich. The pulled turkey with caramelized onion aioli and dill cured tomatoes is my favourite.
Jaz / January 26, 2012 at 07:59 am
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Yes! Delica Kitchen! Almost forgot about them as I moved out of the neighbourhood. So creative and yummy!
fonz / January 26, 2012 at 08:54 am
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the grilled beef 'Hannah' sandwich as Pusateri's Yorkville! Extra chipotle mayo (made in house) please!
Mandy replying to a comment from shaattack / January 26, 2012 at 12:14 pm
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OMG thanks for the SYK BLUE SKY tip! (Eva, Sandwin & B too)
I just checked out their menu and this place sounds unbelievable!!! Can't wait to try it!
Karim / January 26, 2012 at 01:43 pm
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yummy sandwiches at Brick Street Bakery - Leslieville.
clubmember / January 26, 2012 at 02:12 pm
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http://therealsandwichclub.tumblr.com/

Toronto's sandwich club
Kate / January 26, 2012 at 03:28 pm
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you missed Fast Fresh Foods! Love their Rosemary Focaccia with roasted red pepper spread, grilled chicken, brie, car. onions and arugula sandwich!!!
Mercy Me / January 27, 2012 at 11:33 pm
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Bahn Mi Boys is incredible. Pork belly on a baguette with spicy happy things? Yes please.

Also for the east-enders, the Merryberry Cafe on Parliament, just north of Carleton, has awesome awesome sandwiches.
Ryan / January 29, 2012 at 07:22 pm
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The Croque Monsieur from Petit Dejuner gave me a wikid boner.
Chino / January 29, 2012 at 09:11 pm
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I left my place today on a mission to try out Prochetta and Co.

Closed.

Who the fudge closes on a Sunday? Go to any other major city in North America and small businesses are open every day.

Come on Toronto. I love you and all, but closed on Sundays? Let's stop being lazy.
Cam replying to a comment from Chino / January 29, 2012 at 09:57 pm
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Let me save you some trouble, they're closed on Monday's too.

More importantly, The Stockyards do a porchetta sandwich that is leaps and bounds better. Though it's $10 compared to $6.50.

Lastly, Black Camel should be at #1, by a very long shot.
Benedict replying to a comment from nope / January 30, 2012 at 12:15 pm
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ahahahah
Chino replying to a comment from Cam / January 31, 2012 at 12:12 pm
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yeh...just when I thought I'd try my luck yesterday, I saw that too. This time on their site so I saved myself the walk. thanks though.

SO I went to The County General. Tried the fried chicken sandwich. meh. It looks great and is well presented, but it lacks flavour. I wouldnt have it again. The pork tacos were pretty bomb though.

Black Camel here I come.
Bruce / January 31, 2012 at 03:16 pm
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Murray's Sandwiches at Queen and Bath: the best!
lemur / January 31, 2012 at 09:50 pm
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The Annex Hodgepodge should be on this list!
Jemma / January 31, 2012 at 11:23 pm
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I just found a new spot called say cheese @ blood and st George across from the holiday inn!

I vote for the pulled pork + Mac n cheese + cheddar grilled cheese sandwich ;)
Kaitie / February 2, 2012 at 01:02 pm
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why no lou dawgs? :(
The Professor replying to a comment from Paul / February 4, 2012 at 01:43 pm
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I just wanted to check in with Paul to see if he's still eating at Sandwich Box every single day (sometimes twice a day) three years on. Because that would be meaningful.
Tyler / February 4, 2012 at 04:02 pm
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Belly Buster!!! Bacon Combo.
Average Foodie / February 7, 2012 at 05:54 pm
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So I perused this list and decided to visit county general for the chicken thigh sandwich. I can't believe I paid my hard earned money for that piece of crap sandwich. Chicken was under cooked, not very crispy, SMALL as hell. Seasoning wasnt there... I suspect this place is just there for hipsters who have money and dont understand good fried chicken. Total thumbs down.
Go spend your money elsewhere. I will update as I try everything on this list. Fries were good tho...
Chris / February 10, 2012 at 01:57 pm
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Just tried a new hot italian sandwich shop on Lakeshore just passed Cawthra and it definately gets my vote.
sandwichmaven / February 10, 2012 at 04:38 pm
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you missed the annex hodgepodge AGAIN! the madison chicken sandwich is by far the best in the city.
angel / February 16, 2012 at 06:13 pm
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Tavolino!!!
Dina / February 27, 2012 at 09:06 pm
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Ok, some of those places that on Top 10 should not be on the top 10.
I went to this new place called "SAY CHEESE". I recommend You guys should go here!!! This place is wayyyy better than some of those top 10 restaurant listed above.
It's located at bloor and st. George, the old Mon Berri location (They used to sell frozen yogurt), next to Bata Shoes Museum.

I tried the pulled pork and pasta sandwhich, it's so delicious!!!!! I know it may sound weird, pulled pork with Mac n cheese in a sandwhich...you probably say whaat the heck? But I tell u, it's soo delicious!!!
Also I took a bite out of my boyfriend's sandwhich, he ordered Nachos Libre, its also delicious! We end up trading half sandwhich to each other! The people works there are very friendly and warm which is a bonus cause these days customer service are lacking everywhere. Check them out!!!
serena / March 10, 2012 at 11:30 pm
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Chad and his delicious sandwiches at Sky Blue Sky deserve to be on this list.
Long live the Casino QUeen!
kermitt / March 16, 2012 at 01:30 pm
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do any of these places offer any deals?
Sparky / April 4, 2012 at 01:03 pm
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One of the things I love about BlogTO is that they're almost exclusively focused on Toronto's downtown and west end. That means a lot of great little gems on the east side get passed over which means no crowds and prices remaining reasonable. There are a few sammy places on the east side that are cheap and absolutely smoke any of these places. I'm not saying who they are because I don't want the masses to destroy them. Just look around and you'll always find something better.
Mambo / April 11, 2012 at 02:03 pm
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Are we excluding any of the indie coffe shop panini's?
The panini's at Manic are super good. They get there's from the village catering company, different selection but same place as Te Aro, Crafted, and Thor on Bathurst. I can attest to them all being delish!!
Sunny Lee replying to a comment from Mambo / April 11, 2012 at 02:05 pm
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Doesn't Caffe Furbo get their panini from the village catering co too? They're awesome. I try to go at least once a week!
Sammy / April 11, 2012 at 08:43 pm
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I just checked out this place called "say cheese" on bloor and St George, funky design, great service, affordable non hipster pricing and it tastes so Damn good!! Try the pulled pork and pasta or nacho libre you won't regret!
Kelly / May 31, 2012 at 01:57 am
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I second the Murray's vote. Banh mi Boys is also conspicuously absent.
rnsvzkulu / June 25, 2012 at 10:49 am
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Gabe replying to a comment from Kelly / June 25, 2012 at 12:09 pm
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It's absent because you're responding to an article posted on Jan 25, 2012. Banh mi Boys wasn't even opened yet.
rnsvzkulu / July 4, 2012 at 11:49 am
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holiday inn marlboro!
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history of marlboro!
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Jim / July 17, 2012 at 03:57 am
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Well Every One MUST TRY "SKY BLUE SKY" Best Sandwich shop in Toronto Trust me Super friendly People 10/10
SW / August 16, 2012 at 12:43 pm
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Black Camel's beef brisket sandwich with creamy horseradish is possibly one of the best sandwiches I've ever had in my life. It really just doesn't get better than that.

Want to really blow your mind? Ask them to cut it in half before packing it up. That is one messy sandwich, and cutting it in half makes it totally easy to eat without getting the sauce in your sleeves.
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COSPLAY / September 26, 2012 at 11:43 pm
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You missed the avacado and mango sandwich at Poor Johns Cafe.
andrew / September 30, 2012 at 11:51 am
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I am looking for a good sandwich place in north york near yonge and finch. Any good suggestions?
Jenna (Wize Guyz Pizza) / November 20, 2012 at 11:38 pm
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The best veal sandwich in Etobicoke by far is Wize Guyz Pizza in Etobicoke.. Breaded tender veal, homemade sauce on a fresh Kaiser. Best in Etobicoke.. My friends had told me to try them out and now I'm addicted.. I highly reccomend this place if you want good quality food at an affordable price.. They even have free delivery and online ordering. (416)252-5111
LOCO replying to a comment from Chino / March 17, 2013 at 05:33 pm
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Here's an idea, you dumb f$#k - try running a restaurant yourself, 7 days a week, 365 days a year, and then tell me that you don't want to close at least one day a week so that you might have something resembling a life. Self-entitled spoiled brat. Go back to mommy's teet.
jeans / February 19, 2014 at 09:00 pm
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locomotive in the junction has amazing sandwiches and they are so friendly!
JACQHA / February 19, 2014 at 10:24 pm
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The Fried chicken sandwich at Rose & Sons (fried chicken club-bacon, ezell’s slaw, sour pickle, ff, catsup) - had it today, and it was to die for! So so so good, and huge!
Rodger / February 20, 2014 at 08:03 am
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Pulled Pork at Leslieville Pumps rocks the socks off Black Camel.

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