REVIEW: Black Camel
Anyone who follows my Twitter account can tell you I am crazy for the sandwiches made at Black Camel in Toronto. Specifically, over the past few weeks this sandwich has been my passion and distraction; ladies and gents may I introduce you to the Camel Club.
Why do I love it so much? There are a few reasons, first is quality of ingredients. No matter the day, week, or time of year Black Camel is somehow always able to make their tomatos taste amazing, their meats juicy, and the BBQ sauce sublime. Second is the laid back fun environment. Black Camel doesn’t feel hectic or hurried and yet everyone always gets their sandwich in good time with all the right items included. Last but not least is that Black Camel is happy doing what they do without messing with the formula. It’s the same place as it was 5 years ago.
The brisket, the pulled pork, it’s all great but my favourite of all is the Camel Club, here is how it breaks down:
Roasted tomatos (amazingly good toms, always)
Camel BBQ sauce (I highly recommend this but it doesn’t come standard)
Lunch time is busy but the lines move quickly so make your way down to Yonge and Cresent in Toronto to grab a sandwich. Don’t forget to get a loyalty card and a camel stamp - they add up fast!