The Best Schnitzel in Toronto
The best schnitzel in Toronto doesn't discriminate between pork, chicken or veal. These beautifully breaded and fried specimens can be found at European eateries and bars, and while they're delicious plain, they're better still on a bun or dressed up with things like sauteed onions, mushrooms, cheese, or, of course, sauerkraut.
This is the best schnitzel in Toronto.
Some photos by Rick McGinnis and Hector Vasquez.
The main attraction at this restaurant in the Annex are the massive schnitzel dinners served with a choice of rice, potatoes or dumplings and cucumber slaw. The menu bills Wiener Schnitzel, Parisian Schnitzel and Chicken Schnitzel ($19-$20), but the thing you really want is the Wooden Platter ($40-$66), a shareable sampling of all the good stuff.
This restaurant at Yonge and St. Clair serves up veal or chicken cutlets breaded and pan-fried to a golden hue. There are 10 different types of schnitzel ($20-$23) to choose from including the Veal Tiroler stuffed with wild mushrooms and Emmental. Each order includes roasted veggies and a choice of spaezle or mashed potatoes.
This eatery on Kingston Road offers seven different types of schnitzel dinners. The house schnitzel ($10.95) is a plain pork cutlet encrusted in golden breading, while dressed up versions can be had loaded with sauteed mushrooms ($11.95), onions ($11.95), or hunter sauce and cheese ($12.95).
This Polish pierogarnia does more than just dumplings. You'll find this eatery on Dundas West serving up schnitzel dinners ($9) with sides of sauerkraut slaw, gravy and garlic mashed potatoes, plus beer-friendly schnitzel sliders (two for $7) loaded onto a fresh bun and topped with pickles, slaw, and secret sauce.
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