Golden, crescent moon-shaped pastries have reached iconic status in the city of Toronto – seriously, this dish has a whole day dedicated to it!
And while a beef patty in a paper sleeve from a TTC station can provide a quick fix, these Toronto kitchens and their delicious sky-high beef patty creations are worth a special trip!
Here are three of the most extreme beef patties on offer in Toronto right now.
The Fatty Supreme from Reidies Patties
Introducing Fatty Supreme, the upgrade on the Patty Supreme sees a patty dressed with lettuce, tomato, cheese, and mayo then stuffed between coco bread with an extra patty for good measure.
Address: 2737 Danforth Avenue, Toronto
Jamaican Patty Double Down from Patois
Addictive cocktail-sized beef (or veggie) patties serve as the buns for this sandwich. Loaded with bacon, swiss cheese fondue, and Sriracha, it’s a must-try on the menu at this Caribbean-Asian joint on Dundas West.
Address: 794 Dundas Street West, Toronto
The Badboy from The Dirty Bird Chicken + Waffles
A twice-battered boneless fried chicken thigh loaded with shredduce, tomatoes, #dirtyaioli and hot sauce is bookended by two spicy Jamaican beef patties.
Chef Brian Lippo Butler of The Dirty Bird hypes the new sandwich on social media, writing, “Let us know if you want us to drop this special sometime soon by flooding the comments section with 🔥!”
Address: 79 Kensington Avenue, Toronto
Address: 527 Bloor Street West, Toronto
The Stuffed Sandwich from Allwyn’s Bakery
Warm pillowy coco bread topped with a choice of spicy or mild beef patty and then loaded up with jerk chicken and slaw – it might not sit as tall as others on this list, but this sandwich stacks up.
Address: 4750 Yonge Street, Unit 135, Toronto
Address: 81 Underhill Drive, North York
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