The best meatloaf in Toronto probably sounds either very appetizing or a little mystifying, depending on your upbringing. This simplistic dish is somehow at once just how it sounds and so much more, but is guaranteed to bring warmth and comfort either way.
Here’s the best meatloaf in Toronto.10 - Wallflower
This dim haunt in Brockton Village does all kinds of home-cooked favourites for bar food, including a meatloaf special that often makes an appearance on the chalkboard menu.
11 - George Street Diner
This little red diner with an Irish bent on nominal George Street at Richmond combines beef, veal, pork and chicken for their meatloaf served with mushroom gravy, mashed potatoes and salad.
4 - Harbord House
Portobello mushroom gravy, mashed potatoes and green beans accompany the meatloaf at this Harbord Village pub.
7 - The Senator
The meatloaf is baked, the gravy is mushroom, and the sides are mashed potatoes and seasonal vegetables in classic form true to this decades-old diner near Yonge and Dundas.
8 - Le Swan
The simply titled meatloaf and mash at this reinvented West Queen West restaurant elevates the basics.
5 - Rebel House
The Old-Fashioned Savoury Meatloaf has been on the menu since day one at this pub near Rosedale station, and comes with roasted onion mashed potatoes, northern bean and corn succotash, buttered heirloom carrots, and mushroom gravy.
6 - Skyline Restaurant
The menu changes daily at this Parkdale diner, but you just might happen to be there on a night when they’re serving something like the “Bat Outta Hell” meatloaf topped with crispy onions and served with a side of horseradish mash and crispy brussel sprouts.
3 - White Lily Diner
Get meatloaf as a dinner or sandwich at this modern Riverside diner, with grits, gravy, griddled mushrooms, meatloaf sauce, bread and butter pickles and an optional addition of an egg.
9 - Patrician Grill
You can get a meatloaf sandwich any day at this mainstay at King East and Sherbourne, but you can only get the meatloaf dinner with veggies and mashed potatoes or fries on Fridays.
by Amy Carlberg via blogTO