Best Grilled Cheese Sandwiches in Toronto

Restaurants in Toronto have been upping their grilled cheese game over the years, so you can find sandwiches with meatloaf, mac and cheese, avocado and anything else you can think of! We have narrowed down the options for you in this list of the best grilled cheese in Toronto. [Photo credit: Meltwich Co. by Jennifer D’Agostino]

The White Brick Kitchen

641 Bloor St W, Toronto, ON M6G 1L1

The White Brick Kitchen do things a little bit different when it comes to grilled cheese sandwiches. The Grilled Cheese Meatloaf features its signature meatloaf between two slices of bread, with the addition of cheddar cheese and house-made tomato jam. If you’re more of a purest, The White Brick Kitchen offers a classic option made with four different types of cheese. The sandwiches are served Tuesday through Saturday.

Maha's Fine Egyptian Cuisine

226 Greenwood Ave, Toronto, ON M4L 2R2

Maha’s Egyptian Brunch serves up the ultimate grilled cheese breakfast sandwich. The Date Grilled Cheese is the epitome of decadence! First the dates are sautéed in butter, then added to a three-cheese blend of gouda, havarti and Swiss cheese, which is then served between egg bread, drizzled with honey and then grilled to perfection. The sandwich is served with a side of cumin home fries, or lentil soup.

Cut The Cheese

2901A Dundas St W, Toronto, ON M6P 1Z1

The owners at Cut the Cheese have taken grilled cheese into the realm of gourmet. The sandwiches are as complex as they are tasty, which is evident in the Pearisian sandwich - poached pear in red wine, arugula, pancetta, blue cheese and brie. You can also choose the type of bread you like and every sandwich comes with a pickle spear and popcorn.

Jiong Tong Su

2590 Yonge St, Scarborough, ON M1V 3G4

Literally referred to as the Ultimate Grilled Cheese, Uncle Betty’s sandwich is so packed with ingredients it’s hard to list them all. Served on white or brown bread, the grilled cheese comes with white and yellow cheddar, a slab of homemade mac and cheese, and topped with either pulled pork or all beef meatloaf. If you’re not a meat-eater, Uncle Betty’s also serves a version with grilled veggies!

Leslieville Cheese Market Inc

891 Queen St E, Toronto, ON M4M 1J4

Leslieville Cheese Market is known for its “hot off the grill” grilled cheese sandwiches. Made from cheeses found in its local and international selections, you can grab one as you’re passing by the quaint shop, or order a platter for an office meeting or party.


5 Coady Ave, Toronto, ON M4M 2Y9

A Latin take on grilled cheese, Completo serves its Loaded Grilled Cheese with some unique ingredients. Loaded with cheddar, house hot sauce, roasted red pepper sauce, diced tomatoes, mashed avocado and refried beans, the grilled cheese is not light on flavour! You can stop by the Leslieville sandwich shop and dine in, or call ahead for pickup!

OM Grilled Cheese

66 Nassau St, Toronto, ON M5T 1M5

A few name changes didn’t alter the quantity of sandwiches available from the folks at OMGrilled Cheese. Located in Kensington Market, the menu is packed with every flavour combination a grilled sandwich can hold. Try the Once Around with cheddar, Swiss, hot capicola, roasted ham, mozzarella, tomato, black olive pesto and arugula. All sandwiches are served with a side of fries and a pickle.

Meltwich Food Co.

300 Richmond St W, Toronto, ON M5V 1X2

Located on Richmond Street, Meltwich has a cornucopia of options when it comes to grilled cheese. The menu features the classic sandwich, with your choice bacon, caramelized onions, avocado and mushrooms. There’s also the famous Tattooed Chicken which is grilled chicken smothered in cheddar, mozzarella, bacon and herbed tomato mayo. Meltwich also offers salads, burgers, wraps and killer milkshakes.

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