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Scotch egg in Toronto

Charles Yu Nov 16, 2006 03:56 AM

Looking for genuine Scotch egg to take home and savour at ones leisure. Anyone?! I recall the old Marks and Spenser used to carry some frozen ones but now??!! Many Thanks

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    ibraineater Sep 28, 2011 03:34 PM

    The Caledonian on College just west of Ossington has them. Scotch eggs, Haggis and a dangerously tempting whisky list. Theirs are the old school, non-greasy tasty ones, and very helpful the morning after too much whisky list perusing. They do take-away.

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      the wanderer May 12, 2010 06:56 PM

      The best scotch eggs are at the Best of British store in Cambridge Ont. and they are made by Loudon's Bakery, and that bakery also has the best pub pies as well.

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        Oscar22 May 14, 2010 10:31 AM

        The Queen and Beaver just north of Yonge and Dundas has a great scotch egg on their bar menu. It is made with chorizo sausage, one of the best I have had!

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          SharkfinSoup Sep 26, 2011 09:48 AM

          You could try here, of course....http://hackneyfinefoods.com/ :)

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            BeanerSchitzl Sep 26, 2011 11:47 AM

            Had a great Scotch Egg at The Roy on Queen St E last wee.
            It had my preferred soft yolk and was well done - not leaden and canonball-like.

            The Roy
            894 Queen St E
            theroy.ca

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              JennaBean Sep 26, 2011 12:39 PM

              I had one on Sat. Not so good really. Lacking in any real flavour.

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          currycue Aug 13, 2009 09:01 AM

          I know for sure they have them at Grumbel's Deli on Main St., just south of Danforth Avenue.

          1. flying101 Aug 9, 2009 03:19 PM

            Don't know if they do take away, but Blogto.com just posted a review of the Queen and Beaver. and it looks like they have it on the menu...
            http://www.blogto.com/restaurants/queen-and-beaver
            http://queenandbeaverpub.ca/

            1. chocabot Aug 8, 2009 04:24 PM

              table 17 has one on the brunch menu

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                JennaBean Aug 13, 2009 11:17 AM

                And a pretty good one at that!

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                  l_izzie Sep 28, 2011 07:18 PM

                  i agree with the Table 17 rec. Very good Scotch egg, and with the cheese, creton(/) and pickles, it is a very tasty plate.

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                  Table 17
                  782 Queen St. East, Toronto, ON M4M 1H4, CA

              2. Finnegan Feb 13, 2007 06:25 AM

                Every ex-pat scot knows (or should know) about the But 'n Ben Butcher and Bakery in Scarborough (McCowan and Ellesmere). It's the only place in TO to get authentic haggis in my opinion. I beleie they have scotch eggs, but call first before making the trek out there.

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                  stonedtoronto Aug 12, 2009 01:38 AM

                  I've bought a dozen Scotch Eggs there before. You have to call and order first though.

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                  courgette Feb 11, 2007 07:19 PM

                  The Brick Bakery in the Distillery used to make it, but come to think of it....I don't remember seeing it when I went last week. You might try calling them to ask.

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                    zoohort2 Feb 11, 2007 03:17 PM

                    The Feathers Pub at 962 Kingston Road. Website : http://home.primus.ca/~eastleaf/mainm...

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                      Sledge Feb 11, 2007 03:35 PM

                      i don't see them on the menu...are they something you have to order and eat there or can you take them out? ypu're tlking about the true scotch eggs with the sausage and breadcrumbs on it.

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                        Bob Catt Feb 12, 2007 02:56 AM

                        It's been a little while since I was at Feathers, but when I was there I ordered Scotch eggs and a brew. The item was on the snack menu brought to the table. The order arrived with salad. No takeout, as far as I know - it's strictly pub grub - and very good.

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                      Sledge Feb 11, 2007 03:05 PM

                      i am desparately searching for scotch eggs in toronto too. my husband is from england and misses eating a few afer a night out at the pub! let me know if you find anywhere!

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                        BeeRich Aug 8, 2009 07:11 AM

                        The Roy, Leslieville, Queen & Logan.

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                          Crispier Crouton Aug 13, 2009 12:23 PM

                          King Henry's Arms Pub at Yonge and 14th in Richmond Hill (right beside the McDonald's and Futureshop) has Scotch Eggs, Ploughman's Lunch, Melton Mowbray Pie, and Steak & Kidney Pie.

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                            Crispier Crouton Aug 13, 2009 12:25 PM

                            King Henry's Arms Menu:
                            http://www.kinghenrysarms.com/Menu/Me...

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                          ssainani Nov 16, 2006 11:19 AM

                          Scotch egg
                          From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

                          A typical packet of supermarket scotch eggs
                          Inside a scotch eggA Scotch egg is a snack food of Scottish origin consisting of a cold, hard-boiled egg removed from its shell, wrapped in a sausage meat mixture, coated in breadcrumbs, and deep-fried. It is eaten cold, typically with salad and pickles.

                          Scotch eggs were traditionally a Scottish breakfast or picnic food, designed to be eaten fresh. However, in the UK at least, they have acquired an unfashionable, downmarket reputation due to the preponderance of pre-packed, plastic-wrapped Scotch eggs sold at convenience stores and service stations. These are generally made with very cheap meat and eggs

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                            robgm Aug 9, 2009 04:15 AM

                            although most often served cold here, they are great went fresh out of the fryer or at room temperature. i dislike the out of the fridge versions sold here....so i prefer to make them at home instead, very easy to do

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                            Tour boi Nov 16, 2006 04:09 AM

                            What are these Scotch eggs anyways? Tour

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