Berlin sandwich shop

Toronto is getting a Berlin style sandwich shop

Toronto is about to be the proud new home to a Berlin-style sandwich and street eats shop specializing in that most perfect of drunken late night hunger-tamers, the dรถner sandwich. Named Otto's Dรถner, the shop is slated to open this summer in Kensington Market in the space formerly occupied by La Palette and Le Kensington Bistro & Rotisserie at 256 Augusta.

It's a promising space for what will likely prove to be a popular addition to the Market. You see, the idea isn't just to serve takeout and street eats. An ambitious German-focused beer list is in the works, and the folks behind the project, well known promoters in the city, know a thing or two about how to play good hosts. It sounds like a winner given Toronto's voracious appetite for street eats.


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