The Kaiser roll came from Vienna, and it came to party. Sized somewhere between a bread roll and an entire loaf, its soft and pillowy dough is surrounded by a crunchy, flaky exterior -- man cannot live on bread alone, however, so he must stuff that bread full of delicious meat & veg too, and that's exactly what Toronto's sandwich shops have gone and done. Here are the city's five finest Kaiser's, and by extension, pretty much its five finest sandos, period.
Five Kaiser sandwiches you need to eat right now
This popular sammie spot resides in the St. Lawrence Market, doling out a number of delightful sandwiches and other Italian dishes that have earned it a terrific reputation around town.
San Francesco is home to some tasty Italian dishes, but their claim to fame is their classic veal sandwich, which definitely requires two hands to engage.
Serving Toronto since 1969, this bakery serves up a number of specialty items like fresh breads and baked goods, pizzas, cakes, pastries, and quite possibly the best of all, veal sandwiches.
You'll find this sandwich shop and bakery at the St. Lawrence Market, crafting out-of-this-world edibles like the the world-famous Peameal Bacon sandwich, which is loaded with Canadian bacon.
They have a handful of locations now, but the Little Italy spot was their first, where they came up with their renowned veal, chicken, and steak sammies that have won more than their fair share of awards.
This Vaughan butcher shop has garnered a reputation as one of the finest lunch spots around, mostly because of their outstanding sandwiches, which they'll load up with any kind of meat your heart desires.