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Lunch at The Corned Beef House

  • Jan 26, 2013 · 12:00 PM
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The Corned Beef House is a restaurant that has been serving exceptional corned beef and smoked meat sandwiches since 1978. I was at the restaurant recently and was extremely impressed with the great corned beef and smoked meat sandwiches. I even tried a smoked meat poutine that I liked too. The restaurant spices, smokes, and steams their meat in house and it is really tender and delicious. The sandwiches are huge. The smallest one on the menu is 7 oz (they come in 3 sizes), and unless you have a gargantuan appetite, it’s probably plenty big. Sides, however, such as fries, are extra. I was amazed that you could get a smoked meat sandwich this good in Toronto without making the trip to Montreal.

The address of the restaurant is:
Corned Beef House
270 Adelaide Street West
Toronto, ON M5H 1X6

From the Corned Beef House web site:
So what’s the difference between Corned Beef and Smoked Meat?
Both are made from same cut of brisket, but thats where the commonality ends. Corned Beef is a misnomer, since it has nothing to do with corn; the cut is placed in a vat of water mixed with large kernels of salt and spices. Smoked Meat, on the other hand, is first cured and then a thick paste of spices is worked into the meat; it is placed inside a smoker to allow the meat to absorb those flavours. At Corned Beef House, all the ingredients are fresh and are prepared without preservatives. The result is a smokin sandwich, piled high, and garnished with a crunchy pickle.

TTC Directions:
Subway to St. Andrew. Walk west on King St. to John St. Go north on John St. to Adelaide St. The restaurant is at the corner of John St. and Adelaide St.

Meetup fee:
There is a $1 per person Meetup fee for this event.

Meetup Etiquette:
If you RSVP “yes” and change your mind about attending, please update your RSVP.
Those who RSVP “yes” are expected to show up.
You are expected to be at the event on time. In situations where you are late and the restaurant is full, your seat will be given away and not held, so please be on-time.
Attendance will be taken at all events and “no shows” will be tracked.
A person may be removed from the group for repeatedly being a “no show”.
A person who changes their RSVP to “no” with less than 3 hours before the start of an event without a good reason will be considered a “no show”.
A person who just briefly shows up at the event but does not stay at the restaurant for the meal will still be considered a “no show”.

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  • Susan A.

    Excellent - enjoyed the wonderful sandwich and the lively company. Thqnks, Greg, for organizing!

    January 26, 2013

  • Susan A.

    Just a note to let you know that my guest will not be attending. So it's just '1' for me. Thanks, Susan

    January 10, 2013

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