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Toronto's Most Comforting Comfort Food Hits Like A Warm Hug (VIDEO)

The Heartbreak Chef is breaking all the hearts.

On this episode of Good Bites Takeout, host Mahlet Yordanos check out The Heartbreak Chef, Toronto's most coveted comfort food. Their menu focuses on things like massive fried chicken sandwiches, chicken & waffles, loaded grilled cheese, and loads of sides.  

Their fried chicken sandwiches are a cult favourite and they're constantly cooking up secret menu items that keep their clients guessing.

After years of catering work, Jerome Robinson (a.k.a the heartbreak chef) decided to open up his own version of a take-out spot back in March 2020. From the day doors opened, people have been lining up for. taste.

The Order:
The Mac & Charlie | $16
Dutty Chicken Sandwich | $12
The Big Ass Chicken Sandwich | $12

Address: 823 Dundas Street West

For more information, check out The Heartbreak Chef on Instagram.

Toronto Restaurant Owner Says Kyle Lowry Hasn’t Responded To Free Chicken For Life Offer

The restaurant is using billboards to ask Lowry to stay with the Raptors.

Last week local restaurant Churrasqueira Martins made a big splash on social media with their Yonge-Dundas Square billboard reading, "Hey Kyle Lowry, if you stay, we'll give you free chicken for life!"

And they're doing it again this Friday at Yonge-Dundas Square with another billboard begging Lowry to stay as he approaches free agency.

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On this episode of Good Bites Takeout, host Mahlet Yordanos is stepping out for a taste of Tut's Egyptian Street Food, specializing in Egyptian sandwiches that you can't find anywhere else in Toronto.

This labour of love came about when the owners missed the street food back in their home country of Cairo. So they decided to bring a taste of home to Canada.

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There's a new deal on the block with the launch of the 7-Eleven chicken sandwich and it's available for only seven cents.

The sandwich is similar to ones offered at other fast-food chains and is made with Canadian all-white chicken breast, spicy mayo, dill pickles and a Canadian-made brioche bun.

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Are you searching for something delicious to eat? These new Ottawa restaurants will satisfy your every craving.

The next time hunger strikes, it is time to try something new. If you like your food spicy, you can feast on hot chicken just like you'd find in Nashville.

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