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The Best Sandwiches in Toronto

Posted by Liora Ipsum / July 13, 2016

sandwiches torontoThe best sandwiches in Toronto will make your brown bag lunch jealous and include everything from po' boys and BLTs to chicken parm and porchetta on a bun. Each one boasts bold flavours and comes crafted with quality ingredients and care.

Here are the best sandwiches in Toronto.

Black Camel

Black Camel

This sandwich shop in Rosedale marinates its meat for days then slow roasts beef brisket, chicken and pulled pork for hours. The BLT with pancetta, arugula, roasted tomatoes and pesto mayonnaise is a house fave. More »

California Sandwiches

California Sandwiches

Hot Italian sandwiches are the specialty from this Toronto institution. Fried eggplant, veal and chicken cutlets, sausage, meatballs and steak smothered in red sauce are all on the menu and come on soft kaisers buns with classic toppings like provolone, mushrooms, rapini and peppers. More »

Porchetta & Co.

Porchetta & Co.

Slow roasted porchetta on a bun with crackling, truffle sauce and parmesan is the house favourite from this sandwich shop. Also noteworthy are the crispy fried chicken and pastrami specials that make occasional appearances on the menu. More »

Knuckle Sandwich

Knuckle Sandwich

Shrimp po’ boys dressed with pickles and remoulade, beer braised brisket slathered with horseradish aioli and buttermilk fried chicken finished with chipotle honey and poblano slaw are among the many delicious, handheld feasts that pack a real punch here. More »

Brock Sandwich

Brock Sandwich

This sandwich specialist in Bloordale Village crafts each order with care for delicious results. Menu highlight include the shrimp and squid po' boy, pork schnitzel, prosciutto with bocconcini, and spicy piri piri chicken on a bun. More »

Torteria San Cosme

Torteria San Cosme

The Mexican sandwich shop in Kensington Market builds its tortas on custom-made pan teleras supplied by neighbour Blackbird Baking Co. The soft and squishy buns form the foundation for the nine hot sandwiches on the menu, like the cubano stacked with smoked ham, adobo pork, gouda and avocado. More »

Dundas Park Kitchen

Dundas Park Kitchen

This cozy homestyle eatery at the northern end of Roncesvalles Village is a popular destination at lunch hour. The menu is stocked with comfort food like turkey meatloaf on a bun and the ultra satisfying sausage breakfast sammy. More »

The Fish Store

The Fish Store

This unassuming seafood shack on College is known for its fresh selection of fish that's best when grilled and then loaded onto bread. The daily catch usually includes choices such as tuna, tilapia, salmon and shrimp dressed up with options like avocado, tomatoes, lettuce and mayo. More »

Allwyn's Bakery

Allwyn's Bakery

The thing to get at Allwyn's is the jerk chicken sandwich, which features juicy morsels of meat and creamy cabbage slaw nestled into sweet, fluffy coco bread. Heat seekers can kick it up a notch with the house habanero hot sauce. More »

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