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The Best Samosa in Toronto

The best samosa in Toronto tops the list of snacks that are quick, cheap, and perfectly satisfying. Plus, these crispy, veggie- and meat-stuffed pockets are made even better with the tamarind and green chutneys that they usually come with.

Here's the best samosa in Toronto. 


Samosa Sweet Factory
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Samosa Sweet Factory

It’s veggie and spicy cheese samosas only at this hot counter on Albion Road. They serve piping hot boxes of smooth-skinned triangles in three different sizes alongside their burfi and laddoo.

A-One Catering
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A-One Catering

The Chatha family fills and folds thousands of samosas daily at their Mississauga store on Tranmere Drive. The veggie samosas are a standout, as is the thin, oil-less dough they use to make them.


Samosa King
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Samosa King

Also known as Embassy Restaurant, this Scarborough strip-mall shop at Finch and Middlefield has been runnings its $1 deal for 5 crispy, delicious samosas for years.

The Samosarie
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The Samosarie

Jerk chicken samosas: enough said. This food company on Danforth East has a really interesting selection of samosa stuffings like Caribbean sweet potato and buttermilk beef curry, for just under $9 a dozen.


Pili Pili
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Pili Pili

This Tanzanian takeout spot on Lawrence East near Warden sells their generously stuffed chicken, beef, and veggie samosas in half dozens. Open to experimentation, past menus have included cheeseburger and turkey samosas.


Sultan of Samosas
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Sultan of Samosas

Head to either Regent Park or this samosa purveyor’s original location in East York for their tiny triangles that are known citywide for their ten types of delicate pastries.

Capital Sweet and Samosa
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Capital Sweet and Samosa

This mostly take-out joint in Thorncliffe Park makes some tasty little parcels, baked fresh each day and filled with veggie or halal meat (chicken or beef).


Canbe Foods
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Canbe Foods

This popular Ellesemere Road takeout spot sells samosas made offsite at their central factory on Nantucket Boulevard. Their thick, crisp samosas are just $1 for four.

Lead photo by

Hector Vasquez of A-One Catering. Additional photos by @azizkari of Pili Pili, @frugal.foodies of Canbe Foods, @veganinyourcity of Sultan of Samosas


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