Explore best places to eat chicken club sandwich in Toronto and nearby $$$$. can get busy but the servers are always friendly. I would recommend the chicken club sandwich and vanilla milkshake! Yum. ViVetha Bistro / Restaurant. #925 of 21154 places to eat in Toronto. Open now 08:00 - 22:00. Italian, Gluten-free, French, Vegetarian options. $$$$. but stick to the breakfast and brunch.
Photography by Christopher Stevenson Not so long ago, Toronto’s sandwich scene was dominated by standard Reubens and triple-decker turkey clubs. Today, chefs are tinkering with the basic bread-meat-bread formula, producing versions that are inventive, artisanal and utterly delicious.
Here, the top five sandwiches in the city. See all five sandwiches » 254249 At Leslieville Pumps, hunks of lean yet tender meat are slathered in homemade sauce that’s sweet and smoky, with a puckery finish from apple cider vinegar.
The resulting mound is piled onto a bianco bun (the love child of a baguette and a Portuguese bun) with Dijon and a haystack of fried onions.
$9. 929 Queen St. E., 416-465-1313. (Image: Christopher Stevenson) 1. Brisket Business 1. Brisket Business https://torontolife.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/01/best-sandwiches-toronto-02-96x96.jpg https://torontolife.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/01/best-sandwiches-toronto-02-624x416.jpg https://torontolife.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/01/best-sandwiches-toronto-02.jpg 624 416  https://torontolife.com/food/restaurants/best-sandwiches-toronto/slide/best-sandwiches-toronto-02/ best-sandwiches-toronto-02 0 0 (Image: Christopher Stevenson) 254248 Sweet hickory pork, tangy slaw and yogurt-maple dressing make the Hogtown Cure’s pulled pork sandwich the best in a city full of them.
$9. 1484 Dundas St. W., 647-725-5550. (Image: Christopher Stevenson) 2. Hog Heaven 2. Hog Heaven https://torontolife.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/01/best-sandwiches-toronto-01-96x96.jpg https://torontolife.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/01/best-sandwiches-toronto-01-624x416.jpg https://torontolife.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/01/best-sandwiches-toronto-01.jpg 624 416  https://torontolife.com/food/restaurants/best-sandwiches-toronto/slide/best-sandwiches-toronto-01/ best-sandwiches-toronto-01 0 0 (Image: Christopher Stevenson) 254250 Chef Anthony Rose tops butter-soaked caraway rye with a fried egg, bacon marinated in Dr.
Pepper, pickles and caramelized onions at Rose and Sons. A side of super-tart cherry jam cuts through the rib-sticking richness. $13. 176 Dupont St., 647-748-3287. (Image: Christopher Stevenson) 3. Morning Glory 3. Morning Glory https://torontolife.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/01/best-sandwiches-toronto-03-96x96.jpg https://torontolife.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/01/best-sandwiches-toronto-03-624x416.jpg https://torontolife.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/01/best-sandwiches-toronto-03.jpg 624 416  https://torontolife.com/food/restaurants/best-sandwiches-toronto/slide/best-sandwiches-toronto-03/ best-sandwiches-toronto-03 0 0 (Image: Christopher Stevenson) 254251 Barque pitmaster David Neinstein brines his chicken in buttermilk for maximum juiciness, breads and fries it twice for extra crunch, blankets it in Swiss cheese and smushes it into a pillowy Portuguese bun smeared with mayo he whips up from—wait for it—smoked bacon fat.
$14. 299 Roncesvalles Ave., 416-532-7700. (Image: Christopher Stevenson) 4. Southern Comfort 4. Southern Comfort https://torontolife.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/01/best-sandwiches-toronto-04-96x96.jpg https://torontolife.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/01/best-sandwiches-toronto-04-624x416.jpg https://torontolife.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/01/best-sandwiches-toronto-04.jpg 624 416  https://torontolife.com/food/restaurants/best-sandwiches-toronto/slide/best-sandwiches-toronto-04/ best-sandwiches-toronto-04 0 0 (Image: Christopher Stevenson) 254252 This street snack, prepped by Guadalupian expats at Le Ti Colibri in Kensington Market, brings a fried-to-order dough pocket stuffed with salt cod, avocado, lettuce and tomato in a house-made hot sauce.
$9. 291 Augusta Ave., 416-925-2223. (Image: Christopher Stevenson) 5. Act of Cod 5. Act of Cod https://torontolife.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/01/best-sandwiches-toronto-05-96x96.jpg https://torontolife.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/01/best-sandwiches-toronto-05-624x416.jpg https://torontolife.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/01/best-sandwiches-toronto-05.jpg 624 416  https://torontolife.com/food/restaurants/best-sandwiches-toronto/slide/best-sandwiches-toronto-05/ best-sandwiches-toronto-05 0 0 (Image: Christopher Stevenson)
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Well, well, well. It’s the most wonderful day of the year! National Sandwich Day is upon us, a day that is free of discrimination and judgement. A day that anyone and everyone can celebrate. Available in every shape and size, every flavour and texture, a sandwich is truly the food that brings us all together. No matter your preferences, your intolerances and your bizarre distastes, there is a sandwich for you.
Promise. From BBQ to banh mi to eggplant parm, we’ve rounded up the best sandwiches in Toronto. The Black Camel
CHICKEN & EGG CLUB SANDWICH *COOK WITH FAIZA*