I had lunch today at Rashers, which is on Ossington Avenue, just south of Dundas Street W. I've walked by it lots of times but have never stopped in.
Toronto's Premier Bacon Sandwich
Historically, Toronto loves its bacon. Way back in 1854, William Davies brought his pork processing company over from England and it was the beginning of an era. Peameal bacon was invented and a pork empire was built at the mouth of the Don River. Toronto just couldn’t get enough.
At Rashers, we know what makes a great bacon sandwich. We’ve mixed and matched the best cuts, cures, and flavours with fresh, locally sourced ingredients until we found the perfect, mouth-watering combos. We’ve taken lessons from our British roots and spiced up some classic Canadian favourites, giving everyone a taste of our home towns, old and new.
And best of all, we make your sandwich exactly how you want it. Substitutions are welcome, additions are encouraged, and everything is always made to order
Hey, they didn’t call us Hogtown for nothing!
I ordered a bacon burger, with no lettuce. It was a good burger and was cooked-to-order. The patty was tasty, the bun was soft and the chipotle mayo had a bit of a kick (I wish there'd been a bit more of the mayo on my burger, though).
The server and cook were friendly.
I'll be back!