Monday, March 3, 2014

Toastface Grillah.... buttered on both sides encore!


When is a toasted sandwich not just a toasted sandwich .. when it's a Danny Zuccho filled with creamy brie, zucchini, prosciutto and encased in garlic and rosemary bread buttered on both sides creating an orgasmic taste-bud sensation :) Always the definition of 'comfort food' Toastface Grillah make a Killah :) of a toastie raising the profile of this favourite to a whole new level, it's their 'thing'! Even better, these gastronomic concoctions are unbelievably realistically priced, the toasties (check the menu) between $5/9, coffee $3.50, so for $10/12 breakfast or lunch is going to be sweet!


Right in the heart of the city but teasingly tucked away from the main shopping drag you'll find Toastface off the Murray St. Mall down Grand Lane..... 



The decor couldn't be more rustic, it's relaxed, super cool even. The main thing is, the toasties are sensational.. oh yeh, next time I'm having a 'brie & jam', check it out, and blow the diet :) What's your favourite toastie combination? I'm wondering if you guys in the chilly Northern Hemisphere are switching on your grills right now, go on it'll warm you up a treat! Happy Sunday, take care.....


41 comments:

  1. Love the reuse of old tires.

    When I lived in the North I was one of 2 people who never put the grill away for winter. Why does one need to wait for summer?

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  2. Oh, that looks like such a fun, colorful place to eat and the food sounds delicious !! Hope you have a great new week, Grace!! Enjoy!!!

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  3. No grilling here, getting ready for another round of freezing rain and snow tonight about 2am, so the experts say. Your summer is coming to an end, do you get cool weather in the fall?

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  4. I am hungry now. Love all the bright murals in this resto!

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  5. Don't think I ever would have thought to use old tires as planters. :-)

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  6. Hipster haven! Of course YOU would fit right in, Cherie!♥. Aloha

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  7. Cute story Greetings


    http://creatividadeimaginacinfotosdejosramn.blogspot.com.es/

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  8. I really like the look of that place!

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  9. I grew up on grilled cheese sandwiches... but not with brie as the cheese ! Those do sound yummy though. Can you email me one?

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  10. Indoor grilling here - it snowed again last night, Grace! Brie & jam sounds great.

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  11. I love brie! And I love the style of the rustic style. Sounds like my kinda place.

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  12. The toasties look great. Wish this place were in my neighborhood. Love your photos.

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  13. I love this place Grace! the rustic walls, the mural, the @#% menu that made me salivate (I'm on a strict diet you know), and those tyres!! Brilliant!

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  14. I just started a new file with this link named "Perth2015" :-)
    Hmmmm cheddar cheese with chilli and paprika, that sure sounds yummy, Grace - and it really looks like a nice place!

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  15. I have just found some tires used like that here. Love the place, I am sure I will find something good to eat there.

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  16. I think I'll have to try that connection myself; all one needs is a little imagination !!

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  17. Well it's dinner time for me and now I am starving after reading this!

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  18. I have some brie and apple and a few slices of turkey that I think I will now grill for supper. (as soon as I buy some good toasting bread.) Thanks for the inspiration. This looks like it might become a favourite place.

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  19. Very nice place. We saw a show last night with a character called Danny Zuccho. I will post about it soon.

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  20. Looks like a fun place and the Toasty sounds delicious.

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  21. I have seen old tires cut up into planters outdoors in Costa Rica, but never a whole tire indoors as a planter.

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  22. I love the decor, it's fun and cheery!

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  23. A very funky place indeed Grace. The menu looks great, will have it give it a try soon.

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  24. I'm not sure that such a deco would be seen as attractive in my place ..

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  25. What an interesting place and if the food is good, well why not..... Have a good week Diane

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  26. Also nice furnishings. Food must be good there.

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  27. That's a truly original idea! If the food is as good as the decor, they must be a huge success!

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  28. Aha…I guessed right. This sounds like a super place. When I was in Chicago last summer, my friend and I visited a Farmer's Market and I had a grilled sandwich with ham, brie, and flavorful onion marmalade on it. I think that might have been the best grilled sandwich I've ever had.

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  29. Funky and fun- save me a cushion and a coffee Grace- I will get there asap ;-)

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  30. Those wall tires are super cool. What a great idea.

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  31. Colorful mural....and you had me at the rosemary..not to mention the prices. Have a great week Grace...janey

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  32. this place is tooooo cool!! love it! and the name is catchy! toastface grillah!

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  33. Super rustic! Love this place and love grilled sandwiches too. I have some fabulous toasted sandwiches in Oz. You have just reminded me :).

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  34. Wow Grace. This place looks super cool. So much to see as well as to taste.

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  35. hat looks like one cool place to have a toasty. You make my mouth water. I'm boring and like plain old ham, tomato,pineapple,and cheese. Did you know in the states they say broil instead of grill? I had fun trying to work out my daughter's oven in LA until she told me broil means grill

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  36. I imagine this place would also fit well in NY! :)
    Different and cool decoration and your pictures are wonderful.
    Léia

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  37. Your mural shots show they offer a feast for the eyes as well the taste buds. Brie and jam sounds delicious. Have you noticed that lots of old fashioned comfort foods are being revived? Here it's mac and cheese. Thanks for contributing to this week's Monday Mural.

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  38. You are so versatile in your tastes, Grace.

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  39. I like the place, like the murals and I bet I'd love the food!
    Nice pics!

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