Time-honoured traditions and tasty comfort food keep us coming back to these Oshawa delis:
Teddy’s Restaurant and Deli: If the line-ups are any indication of this deli’s enduring popularity, Oshawa sure loves eating at Teddy’s. Go for the piled-high sandwiches like Teddy’s Warehouse Special, fresh turkey, and their famous corned beef. 245 King St W.
European Gourmet Delicatessen and Catering: This local Hungarian deli has been in business for over 20 years, offering a wide variety of eastern European meats, cheeses, and groceries. plus hand crafted pastries, cakes, strudels, noodles, frozen foods, cabbage rolls, soups, sandwiches, stews, Burek, sauerkraut, sour cabbage heads, pierogis and much more. Go for the Smoked Csabai (Hungarian Smoked Sausage), Teperto (Bacon Chips), or the organic chicken soup. 575 Thornton Rd N.
Halenda’s Meats: Halenda’s has been serving Durham Region since 1979, and have received numerous awards for products like their double smoked kobassa and smoked bone-in pork chops. Plus, there are lots of gluten-free products available. 1300 King St E and 250 Taunton Rd E.
Buckingham Meat Market: Tucked away on a residential street, Buckingham has been in business since 1956. Offering both fresh and deli meats, and 70 varieties of cheese, all of the beef, chicken, veal and pork products come from farms in Ontario that raise their animals ethically, without the use of hormones or antibiotics. And yes, they have gluten free meats! 28 Buckingham Ave.
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