Best charcuterie in Toronto

Cured meats, cheese, pickled vegetables and more! All these goodies put together make up some of Toronto’s best charcuterie boards. Whether you’re sharing or keeping it all to yourself, you’re going to want to savour every bite! Here is the best charcuterie in Toronto.[Photo of Nuit Social by Jennifer D’Agostino]

The Black Hoof

1
928 Dundas St W, Toronto, ON M6J 1W3

The Black Hoof is often credited with the charcuterie Renaissance in Toronto. Featuring unique meats like duck prosciutto and seal salami, the meats are all carefully selected and made in house. The charcuterie board is constantly revolving, so there will always be a surprise!

The Beer Hall at Mill Street Brew Pub

2
21 Tank House Ln, Toronto, ON M5A 3C4

What goes better with a pint of beer than a charcuterie board? You can find the charcuterie board on the first course menu. It includes the chef’s daily selection of cured meats, cheese, terrines and pates. The price varies depending on the chef’s selections.

Bar Isabel

3
797 College St, Toronto, ON M6G 1C7

Bar Isabel is home to customizable charcuterie plates! The Cured Meat Plate allows you to pick from a selection of Spanish meats. Some favourites include Lomo Iberico, Buffalo Slinzega and the Jamon Iberico de Bellota.

Nota Bene

4
6-180 Queen St W, Toronto, ON M5V 3X3

Nota Bene has upped its décor and menu recently. The charcuterie board, found on the snacks menu, features a selection of cured meats, cheese and olives.

Richmond Station

5
1 Richmond St W, Toronto, ON M5H 3W4

Richmond Station’s charcuterie plate features selections from its pantry that change daily. With terrines, pates and salamis, you’ll never know what to expect, besides complete deliciousness. Simply presented, diners get two vertical boards to share.

Karelia Kitchen

6
1194 Bloor St W, Toronto, ON M6H 1N2

Donna at Karelia Kitchen offers something unique in the realm of charcuterie. The Nordic smokehouse and café offers a Smokehouse Platter, which includes Atlantic salmon, hormone free chicken, pork loin, rainbow trout, assorted house pickles, preserves and flat bread.

Baro

7
485 King St W, Toronto, ON M5V 1K4

Home to creative Latin dishes, Baro’s charcuterie plate can be found in Pablo’s Snack House, which is found on the second floor. The plate includes four types of meat, pickled vegetables, crisps, spicy beans and grainy mustard. It is recommended the board be shared between two people.

Nuit Social

8
1168 Queen St W, Toronto, ON M6J 1J5

One of the draws of Nuit Social’s charcuterie board is that it’s completely customizable. Select from all the options on the menu from cheese to meat to olives. Meant for sharing, this board is perfect for a night out with friends.

Pizzeria Libretto

9
221 Ossington Ave, Toronto, ON M6J 2Z8

Pizzeria Libretto offers Piatto, a shared sampling of cured meats, cheese and other small snack items. It offers the charcuterie in two sizes, large and small. The cured meats are always on rotation, but don’t worry they all taste delicious!

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