Best sausages in Toronto

With Oktoberfest around the corner you’ll want to try all the sausages that Toronto restaurants are serving up. From sausages that are set ablaze to traditional Polish sausages, there is a variety available in the city. Here are your best bets for sausages in Toronto.

Wvrst

1
609 King St W, Toronto, ON M5V 1M5

WVRST is a little taste of Germany on King West. It specializes in beer and sausages, offering more than 20 variations. It all begins with picking out a sausage meat, from duck, to Calabrese and kangaroo, from there you choose to have it served in a toasted fresh bun with a choice of two toppings, or currywurst style, with spiced sausage served with country bread and a tomato curry sauce.

Bairrada Churrasqueira Grill

2
1560 Dundas St W, Toronto, ON M6K 1T8

Bairrada is a Portuguese restaurant that sells Chourico a Bombeiro, a smoked sausage that has been soaked in a Portuguese spirit and then set on fire! The traditional Portuguese sausage is a fan favourite due to its robust and smoky flavour. Bairrada has three locations in Toronto.

Otto's Doner

3
256 Augusta Ave, Toronto, ON M5T 2L9

The currywurst at Otto’s Berlin Doner has people packing into the Kensington Market restaurant. The currywurst comes in two options, pork or seasonal, and is served with your choice of fries, house salad or cous cous. Every currywurst is topped with homemade curry ketchup.

The Bier Markt

4
7 O'Neil Rd, North York, ON M3C 0H2

Found on the Markt Sharing Boards menu, Bier Markt offers three types of sausage – jalapeno and cheddar cheese, kimchi and smoked kielbasa. All the sausages come from Sharbot Lake, Ontario.

Smoque N Bones

5
869 Queen St W, Toronto, ON M6J 1G4

Spicy and flavourful, the sausage at Smoque n Bones is definitely one of the best in the city. The sausage is a house blend of chorizo, served with house mustard. It is available by itself or as a part of the Sample for Two Platter.

Sorella Toronto

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Located in The Junction, Sorella makes Italian sausages with recipes that date back to 1913. The recipes come from two villages in Calabria, Italy, and use 100 per cent pork butt, with zero additives. The grilled sausages are sold from 11 am until 4 pm daily.

On A Bun

6
A 841 Queen St W, Toronto, ON M6J 1G4

This popular sandwich franchise offers everything from steak and onions to meatball sandwiches, and lucky for us, it also sells a sausage and onion sandwich. The sandwich already comes with caramelized onions built in, but there are other toppings you can choose from like cheese, mushrooms, sweet peppers, rapini and eggplant. The Vienna sausages are made in-house, with all natural ingredients.

The Beer Hall at Mill Street Brew Pub

7
21 Tank House Ln, Toronto, ON M5A 3C4

Found on the dinner menu, the Bratwurst Board includes one half pound coil of house bratwurst alongside salted pretzel bread. The sausages are brought in from a local butcher from the Niagara area, while the turnip choucroute, or sauerkraut, is made in-house.

Barque Smoke House

8
299 Roncesvalles Ave, Toronto, ON M6R 2M3

Barque Smokehouse is one of Toronto’s best smokehouses, so it should come as no surprise that the sausage made the list. The Smoked Banger is always changing, due to the creative drive of the chef, but past offerings have included a smoked basil and sundried tomato variety. It is offered on the dinner menu.

Cafe Polonez

9
195 Roncesvalles Ave, Toronto, ON M6R 2L5

If you’re looking for Polish sausage then Café Polonez is the place for you. The traditional sausage is served with fries on the side and topped with sweet caramelized onions.

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