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The Best Schnitzel in Toronto

The Best Schnitzel in Toronto

The Best Schnitzel in Toronto

No matter where you get your schnitzel from, it’ll probably be the size of your head. This massive piece of meat -- or cheese and vegetable for a vegetarian option -- is pounded until it’s very thin and coated with breadcrumbs before frying. With countless varieties of this breaded meat like wiener and pariser, you can’t go wrong with any of them.

Here are the best places for schnitzel in Toronto.

448 Brown's Line

V's Schnitzel House

V's Schnitzel House

You know the schnitzel at this family-owned restaurant in Etobicoke is top-tier when the name of the dish is in the restaurant’s name. Choose from various schnitzel sandwiches with options like pizza loaded with pepperoni, tomato sauce and cheese or fish schnitzel.

77 Portland St

Shook

Shook

This Middle Eastern-inspired restaurant on Portland serves up a menu that’s entirely vegetarian with dishes like their eggplant schnitzel. Eggplant is hung over smoke for a couple of days before it’s pounded, breaded, fried and topped with red pepper, tomato, buffalo mozzarella, harissa, toum garlic sauce and basil.

The Best Schnitzel in Toronto

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The Best Schnitzel in Toronto

Shania & Peony Wong

Shania & Peony Wong

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No matter where you get your schnitzel from, it’ll probably be the size of your head. This massive piece of meat -- or cheese and vegetable for a vegetarian option -- is pounded until it’s very thin and coated with breadcrumbs before frying. With countless varieties of this breaded meat like wiener and pariser, you can’t go wrong with any of them.

Here are the best places for schnitzel in Toronto.

77 Portland St

Shook

Shook

This Middle Eastern-inspired restaurant on Portland serves up a menu that’s entirely vegetarian with dishes like their eggplant schnitzel. Eggplant is hung over smoke for a couple of days before it’s pounded, breaded, fried and topped with red pepper, tomato, buffalo mozzarella, harissa, toum garlic sauce and basil.