I was kindly invited to a complimentary tasting by Uncle Smoke’s and chose to write a review. As always, all opinions are my own.
Barbecues are one of my fave things about summer. There’s nothing that compares to juicy wings or steak grilled up on the barbecue!
I haven’t yet had the pleasure of visiting southern USA for BBQ, but until then, Uncle Smoke Cookhouse here in Toronto is my go-to spot.
The head chef, Aidan Galligan, was born in Toronto but raised in St. Louis, so Uncle Smoke’s is as authentic as Southern-style BBQ gets.
I had the chance to attend a tasting a few weeks back in celebration of National Brisket Day, and their BBQ brisket sandwiches were absolutely delicious!
Here’s a look at some of the Southern-style comfort foods you can find at Uncle Smoke’s.
Southern BBQ time!
We tried a few different appetizers, and the highlight was definitely their freshly-baked cornbread served with honey butter.
The carved brisket sandwich was amazing, and the mac & cheese side was delicious as well! All of their sandwiches or plates come with a side of either fries, mac & cheese, or signature slaw.
The BBQ brisket sandwiches were paired with their amazing mac and cheese. I hear their wings are amazing as well, so I’ll definitely be trying them on my next visit.
Uncle Smoke’s is located a bit farther out of the downtown core in Parkdale, but it’s definitely worth the visit if you’re a fan of BBQ.
You can also purchase made-in-store products like spices and jams and DIY your own Southern BBQ comfort food dishes.
For more information, please visit Uncle Smoke Cookhouse’s website.
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Feature photo by Sergio R.