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Best Grilled Cheese in Toronto

Grilled cheese is a top comfort food. It’s easy to make, easy to improvise with, and tastes delicious. Apparently there’s a whole world out there serving up specialty grilled cheese that travels beyond the typical cheddar and bread combo. Check out our list of the best grilled cheese spots in Toronto below.

Cut the Cheese

Location: 2901 Dundas St. W

Cut the Cheese Toronto brings gourmet grilled cheese to the Junction. All of their ingredients are homemade, right down to their sauces, which includes dill-pickle ketchup. They even serve gourmet mac and cheese.


Uncle Betty’s Diner

Location: 2590 Yonge Street

Uncle Betty’s Diner at Yonge and Eglinton specializes in “home cooked comfort foods of Mom’s kitchen.” If you need that home comfort, the wife and husband owned diner offers home cooked meals such as their acclaimed spiced meatloaf. They also happen to make a really mean grilled cheese.

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Melt“wich” Food co. Grilled Cheese

Location: 300 Richmond St W

This Queen West spot offers up grilled cheeses of all shapes and sizes, from a cheddar classic and bacon avocado to a chipotle tuna melt. Ever had a mac and cheese and grilled cheese all in one? Try it at the Melt”which.”

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OM Grilled Cheese

Location: 661/2 Nassau St.

OM Grilled Cheese specializes in American classics with delectable sides and a wide variety of cheeses that make for anything but a plain grilled cheese.

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Leslieville Cheese Market

Location: 891 Queen St E

Leslieville Cheese Market has all the cheeses. This place spans farther than just a place to order a good grilled cheese — they also offer wine and cheese night classes for those who are looking for a more sophisticated palate.


Millwood Melt

Location: 902 Millwood Rd

The Millwood Melt is a Leaside neighbourhood staple, serving up reliably delicious grilled cheese to its Toronto community. The building itself has a deep family history, making it a unique place to grab a melted bite.

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