Best pulled pork in Toronto

Slowly cooked, smoky and sweet is the perfect description of pulled pork. Barbecue joints across Toronto are serving up tender and smoky pulled pork, by itself or piled high on a sandwich. Here is some of the best pulled pork in Toronto.

Black Camel

4 Crescent Rd, Toronto, ON M4W 1S9

Black Camel’s pulled pork sandwich takes days to prepare. They season the pork shoulder with a selection of spices and herbs, then it marinates for three days before slowly cooking for 12 hours. The result: one of the best sandwiches in Toronto!

Lou Dawgs Southern Sandwiches

76 Gerrard St E, Toronto, ON M5B 1G6

The pulled pork at Lou Dawg’s is served bone-in and seasoned with their signature dry rub. Slowly cooked for 10 hours, it is then hand pulled and doused in their famous Lou Dawg’s Original BBQ Sauce. You can also have your pulled pork served in a taco or sandwich!

Leslieville Pumps

929 Queen St E, Toronto, ON M4M 1J6

“The Pumps” pulled pork is some of the best in Toronto. The sweetness comes from their house-made barbecue sauce, while the smokiness is due to the slow and low cooking method required to get the pork just right. It comes with a side of slaw.

Beer Bistro

18 King St E, Toronto, ON M5C 1C4

Found on the lunch menu, Beer Bistro’s pulled pork is beer braised and smoked in house. Topped with gouda, the sandwich is served with potatoes and coleslaw. The delicious sandwich experience is complete with a bold brew like Shillow Beer Co.’s Bitter Waitress.

Uncle Betty's Restaurant

2590 Yonge St, Toronto, ON M4P 2J3

Uncle Betty’s Southern-style pulled pork is tender and full with flavour. Smoked low and slow it is served on a toasted buttered bun with a scoop of their house-made coleslaw. The sandwich comes with your choice of fries, house salad, onion rings or sweet potato fries.

Triple A Bar

1276 Queen St E, Toronto, ON M4L 1C4

Triple A Bar has made a name for themselves in the barbecue scene. The smoked pulled pork sandwich is one of the must-tries on their abundant menu. We suggest you also order the corn on the cob on the side.

Stack Restaurant

3265 Yonge St, Toronto, ON M4N 2L5

This midtown restaurant takes its inspiration from our neighbours to the south, and this is especially evident in their pulled pork sandwiches. There is a total of three pulled pork sandwiches on the menu, and they make sure to have the main barbecue regions covered. Whether it’s smothered in Carolina barbecue sauce or Lexington vinegar sauce, whichever sandwich you choose, it’s a winner.

Smoque N Bones

869 Queen St W, Toronto, ON M6J 1G4

You’ll have to dress your own pulled pork at Smoque N Bones, because they serve their pulled pork naked with a side of their famous barbecue sauce. Smoque takes pulled pork to the next level - they smoke it for 18 hours, then it’s pulled apart by hand. You can also get it in a sandwich.

The Stockyards

699 St Clair Ave W, Toronto, ON M6C 1B2

The Stockyards pulled pork sandwich is one of the best in the city, and for good reason. Slowly smoked over apples and oak, the pork shoulder is effortlessly tender and packed with flavour. It’s served with Stockyards BBQ sauce and house slaw.

Electric Mud Barbeque

5 Brock Ave, Toronto, ON M6K 2K6

Electric Mud BBQ’s pulled pork is the perfect balance of smoky and sweet. Served between freshly made bread and doused with their house-made barbecue sauce, Electric Mud is serving up a flavour packed sandwich! It’s served with coleslaw.

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