Rashers ossington

Peameal sandwiches coming to lower Ossington

A favourite Toronto spot for peameal bacon and other pork-centric sandwiches is coming to 182 Ossington Avenue. Rashers, which currently serves up breakfast and lunch fare from its sole, original location in Leslieville, is putting the final touches on the space that was once home to a Vietnamese coffee shop.

The space will be much larger than their east-side location and include plenty of tables for eat-in dining. No word yet whether the restaurant will expand beyond their sandwich-only menu. They're known for their peameal but also have won plenty of fans for their takes on grilled cheese and BLT.

Photo by Jesse Milns.


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