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Pulled Pork in TO?

Poorboy Apr 22, 2007 11:02 PM

Please , please tell me where you favourite place for pulled pork in Toronto is.

Many thanks!

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    Stewart May 2, 2007 06:55 PM

    Try Memphis Bar-b-q on Islington just north of Hwy#7.
    Good pulled pork sandwich; ask for it with some cole slaw on it .... a proper meal.
    (chicken wings are good also; smoked and bab-b-q'd (not deepfried))
    Enjoy

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      jimmyb32 Apr 28, 2007 06:34 PM

      I've had quite a tasty pulled pork at McSorley's on Bayview. They also do what they call a cubano, also quite delish.

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        hungryabbey Apr 28, 2007 07:04 PM

        whats a cubano?

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          jimmyb32 May 2, 2007 12:48 PM

          Cubano sandwich is usually ham, roast pork, mustard and pickle on a soft white bun. The whole thing is pressed in a sandwich press so it's nice and crusty.

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            hungryabbey May 2, 2007 12:54 PM

            mmm that does sound good..

      2. spigot Apr 28, 2007 05:30 PM

        The pulled pork (takeout) at WholeFoods is remarkably good.

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          DAB Apr 24, 2007 11:26 AM

          Not quite Toronto, but had the pulled prok sandwich at the Coach and Four on Lake Shore in Oakville over the weekend, really, really good.

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            TexSquared Apr 23, 2007 07:15 PM

            Camp 31... but you'll have to drive a bit to get there :-)

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              Danybear Apr 23, 2007 07:21 PM

              make sure you hit NOON at a mealtime, in betweenthe place is empty and cold, just like th efood. I had a reuben sandwich at about 3 pm, dead cold meat out of th efridge wouldnt melt the cheese, let alone my heart. I feel sorry for the owner, he looked so lonely, and after all the hot reviews too.

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              usra Apr 23, 2007 06:36 AM

              I'm by no means an expert on pulled pork but Noon restauraunt on Dupont street, just below Bathurst, has an amazing BBQ Pulled Pork sandwich, served on ciabatta, with chive aioli, roquefort, and roasted red peppers (it has hot peppers on it too but I ask them to make it without them because they're the standard banana type, soaked in brine, and their taste interferes with the other flavours). It's simply to die for and well worth a try. Everyone I've ever taken there has enjoyed it immensely.

              www.noonrestaurant.ca

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                EPIcureanTO Apr 23, 2007 02:27 PM

                ooh- thanks for the lnoon ink- had no idea noon had pulled pork!

                i really must get in there - Do they take reservations? I hear they are quite busy!

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                  usra Apr 24, 2007 05:55 PM

                  They don't take reservations and, yes, they're very busy at brunch but if you're an early riser (which for the hip, yuppie crowd that frequents Noon means, well, any time before noon), you shouldn't have a problem getting seated. When I've gotten there by 10 or 10:30, I've been seated right away, even with a group of 8. From 12pm onwards, it gets a lot more crowded.

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                  Ubervache Apr 23, 2007 07:30 PM

                  Noon is on Bathurst just South of Dupont.

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                  Snarf Apr 23, 2007 06:25 AM

                  Phil's on College is good with good sauce and great beans. For finished product, the sandwich at Black Camel is excellent, as is the crepe at the creperie in the Distillery (chef from Perigee does it with arugula and gruyere). For retail, Summerhill Market or Cumbrae do basic pulled pork that you need to sauce yourself.

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                    artificialard Apr 27, 2007 03:13 PM

                    I've only tried Phil's sandwich once but found it dry and had hard bread. I look forward to trying Black Camel...

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                    hungryabbey Apr 23, 2007 04:13 AM

                    this is always a popular debate, but I like the pulled pork sandwich at House on Parliament personally.. though I havent tried phils bbq or black camel so i cant compare..

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