Downtown Toronto's historic tourist district
The Best Old Fashioned Sandwiches in Toronto!
A Piece of France in the Heart of the Toronto
A Culinary Toronto Landmark for 20 Years
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Epicure shop is great for affordable cheese and appetizer platters for meetings and parties. My company recently used them for a lunch and learn at our office and were very impressed with the gourmet cheeses and sandwich platter.
Very affordable and perfect if you're in downtown Toronto. Good baked treats as well.
I love that I can always drop by and grab a good sandwich whenever I am in the area. Everything is always fresh and really does just hit the spot.
I paid $20 for a basket that was supposed to have $60 worth of food in it on Deal Find. I was disappointed to find that the basket was quite small and had $30 worth of food, maximum. This shop has great food, don't get me wrong, and that's why I was so disappointed with the basket. What a jip! 3 stars.
The Epicure Shop is a Cabbagetown favourite for deli meats, cheeses, olives, breads, pastries, cookies and more.
Cabbagetown needs, nay, DESERVES more spots like this. Lovely cheeses and meats and Italian and French extras to add to meals and parties. If you're shopping strictly in the hood (no time for the St. Lawrence market) you must stop here. You simply can't have a real meal built on FreshCo or No Frills alone. It's just wrong. ESPECIALLY since this place is hella affordable.BIG BONUS: Grab one of... more
As someone who personally identifies with the word Epicure I was of course intrigued when I came across the store which bore that name. The Epicure is a small little store offering a taste of something better. It is only a taste because really they don't have the capacity to give you a whole mouthful but in this case a taste is still very good. They have a small cheese section and a small... more
Totally tantalizing assortment of cured meats and sausages, pates, cheeses, breads, and basically anything else you'd need to arrange an epicure's charcuterie plate. But if you're there for in the AM, pick the breakfast sandwich made with organic eggs and skip the pastries--what you see is not what you get. The cheese croissant was oddly dry, despite the eye appeal.