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ISO Best Tasting Club House Sandwich.

Years ago in Hong Kong, I had a most memorable Club House Sandwich where the restaurant actually used 'seasoned' roasted chicken meat, English back bacon and English hot mustard in creating the gem. Another nice taste contribution was the clever use of white pepper on the meat.
Question: In your opinion, who in town make the best tasting Club House Sandwich? Having a sudden urge for one for lunch this week! Thx!

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Club House Cafe
2 Bloor St W, Toronto, ON M4W3E2, CA

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  1. Actually the very best club sandwiches I have ever had were in Lima, Peru, and poolside in Bangkok - both had eggs fried into the bread.

    In Toronto, for a straightforward and tasty club sandwich with thick-cut bacon and fresh ripe tomatoes along with real chicken breast go to Senior's Steak House on SE corner of Pleasant (1 block S of St Clair) at Yonge - the street where the back entrance of the subway disgorges.

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    Senior's Steak House
    1397 Yonge St, Toronto, ON M4T1Y4, CA

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    1. re: Bigtigger

      Thanks for your input!
      The one I had in Hong Kong actually used chunks of the ' more flavourful and less dry dark meat'! Could be another reason why it tasted so good?!

    2. I really like the club sandwich at Harbord House. They put a side of cranberry mayo that is really delish, too.

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      Harbord House
      150 Harbord St, Toronto, ON M5S1H2, CA

      1. I've given up on club sandwiches here in North America. I'm too acustomed to the smaller more compact versions in asia.

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        1. re: s0memale

          House of Parliament does a nice one.

          1. re: millygirl

            Better than the White House?

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            White House
            95 Front St E, Toronto, ON M5E, CA

        2. The turkey club at Gale's Snack Bar is $1.75. They roast the turkey daily. Who else bothers to do that?

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          1. re: iMarilyn

            $1.75, wait let me say it again....$1.75......no really....$1.75? please say this is a typo or this place is going to be madly lined up around the block, nay the city....

            1. re: ingloriouseater

              That's the price. Fries are $1.25. You'll understand when you walk in the door.

              1. re: ingloriouseater

                And a buck and change for a chocolate milkshake. It's not gourmet food, but it's honest and tasty. Love Gale's. Please leave a big tip. They deserve it.

              2. re: iMarilyn

                Wow!! $1.75??!!! Bacon, fried eggs, tomatoes, lettuce, bread, mayo.... all 'extra'??! Ha!!

                1. re: Charles Yu

                  The Pork Belly Club at Queen and Beaver was amazing when I had it last week - was a one time experience for me but it really hit the spot and was a nice take on the Clubhouse

                  1. re: Charles Yu

                    No fried eggs (which I don't think of as a standard club sandwich ingredient), but it's a standard double decker club with fresh carved roasted turkey, bacon, tomatoes, lettuce and mayo.

                    But let's be clear -- I don't think iMarilyn was nominating Gale's sandwich as the best club sandwich in Toronto -- just the best value. :)

                    1. re: TorontoJo

                      Though it may actually be better than a lot of the clubs served in chainy roadhouse type places.

                      1. re: tjr

                        True -- the real roast turkey goes a long way towards that.

                  2. re: iMarilyn

                    The club house sandwich at Gale's Snack Bar is pictured here. Not bad looking at all !....
                    http://www.foodpr0n.com/2010/02/09/ga...

                  3. I recently had the chicken club at Goody's. Perhaps not a traditional club it included nice portions of moist chicken and guacamole. The older gent told me that the bread they use for it is an Icelandic brown bread. It was fairly dense but very tasty. I would definitely have it again. It was also served with poutine.

                     
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                    1. re: bigheid

                      WOW does that ever look decadent. Another stop along the way to trying everything at Goody's for me.

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                      Goody's Diner
                      133 Manville Rd, Unit 17, Toronto, ON , CA