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Feb 17, 2008 09:32 AM

Best Sandwiches in Toronto!!! Where are they?

Where are the good sandwich places in Toronto? Montreal and New York have great diners and delis where you can get great sandwiches, are their any great places to find corned beef, roast beef, pastrami sandwiches etc..

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  1. Halina's Deli (Annette & Jane) has great sandwiches. I had a meatloaf sandwich there in November 2005 that I'm still dreaming about. The roast beef is really good, too. But the food is take-out only.


    1. Black Camel has yummy pulled pork and brisket. I had a nice juicy chicken sandie with avocado in a warm pita at Gayley's. There's always the peameal bacon classic in St. Lawrence Mrkt. And some swear by California Sandwiches and Vietnamese subs from various joints. The sweet breakfast Chocolate Elvis sandwich at Okay Okay is killer.

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      1. re: singe

        Hey singe, just curious....have you been to Okay Okay since the new owners have taken over?

        1. re: millygirl

          My Favourites are Zupa or Yitz's

          1. re: millygirl

            Yes, but I can't compare, since I had never been there before. But from what I could tell, the menu was just the same.

        2. I had the jerk chicken and fried plantain sandwich yesterday at Irie (Queen/Tecumseth) and it was delicious!

          1. I love the Sandwich Box in the Peter St. mall across from CityTV (or the old CityTV) building on Queen. Not the classic deli style you specified in your post, but definitely very chow-worthy sandwiches.

            Sandwich Box
            238 Queen St W, Toronto, ON M5V1Z7, CA

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            1. re: dinin and dishin

              I second the Sandwich Box. They have 2 locations downtown.

              1. re: dinin and dishin

                Second. Just an update, Sandwich Box is opening a new location at Yonge and Eglinton.

              2. Try the panini at Cafe 260 - it's at 260 Richmond. A wonderful find. I like bacon, cheddar, tomato and artichokes... but they'll do what you ask. Service and atmosphere both very good. Free WIFI. Enjoy.