July 30, 2010

Sandwich & Burger Feast

California Sandwiches is often voted one of the best sandwich place in Toronto. They have multiple locations and I went to the one on Dufferin near Yorkdale. I really enjoyed this veal sandwich because it was unique and I hardly eat sandwiches like this. I hate dry sandwiches so I'm glad this one had abundant tomato sauce that kept the sandwich nice and moist. We added onion and cheese to the sandwich. I look forward to going back again in the near future.

@South St. Burger- same company as New York Fries. I love gourmet burgers and this one had a lot of special additional (complimentary) toppings! I almost added every item from the condiment list! This one had tomato, lettuce, guacamole, hot peppers, red onions, curry mayo, spicy ketchup and relish! Yum!


homemade tuna melt and ham melt


Spam + fried egg + english muffin! I make this all the time at home!






South St. Burger Co. on Urbanspoon
@ Panera Bread- Asiago Roast Beef on Asiago Cheese Demi bread : Oven-roasted beef, smoked cheddar, lettuce, tomatoes, red onions & creamy horseradish sauce. I really enjoy the bread from their own in-house bakery!






French Onion Soup in a Sourdough bread bowl! Soup and bread makes the perfect combo!






Turkey Artichoke Panini on Focaccia: Smoked turkey breast, spinach artichoke spread, Asiago-Parmesan cheese, tomatoes & caramelized onions! Haha I really can't get enough of grilled hot sandwiches! I think I'll be going back to Panera Bread a lot because they also have free wifi.






Panera Bread on Urbanspoon
@ Kelseys- Stacked Pastrami Sandwich: Montreal-style pastrami piled high on thinly sliced sourdough bread, topped with two cheeses and lightly baked to a golden brown. Served with a butternut squash soup. This sandwich was actually quite good, probably due to the amount of cheese there is, but I don't know why Kelseys make their sandwiches look so artificial


Cracked Peppercorn Sirloin Burger: Lightly coated with cracked black peppercorns and topped with two crispy beer battered onion rings, peppercorn Ranch sauce, melted Swiss cheese, tomatoes and shredded lettuce. Again, why does this look so artificial?
@ Mirage Bistro- This was not my order so I can't remember what kind of sandwich it is. It looks pretty good though.


I think this is a chicken sandwich?

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