670 Sheppard Avenue W
North York, ON M3H 2S5
Wolfie's Deli is a neighborhood delicatessen that emulates much of what the other delis around town do. The place itself has a bit of history, as evidenced by the photos plastered across the place. They have an old school feel to it, and you'll see it all on display.
Ordered a special which was the sandwich, small fries, and potato salad (or coleslaw) for $15.99. Got the Corned Beef on Kaiser (gf got the Pastrami on Rye). The Corned Beef was good and was wet. You can tell they put a bit of care into it. The Kaiser is the perfect vessel for these sandwiches as it soaks up much of the flavor.
The pastrami was good too, but the rye bread was so dry. I enjoy the rye because it can soak up juices without getting soggy. I assume they get the rye bread from somewhere, but maybe the pastrami needs to be juicier? They stack two slices which makes it helpful for holding the sandwiches better, but can be a bit overwhelming. Their spicy mustard is legit, so opt for that over the regular mustard every time. Potato salad was bleh.
Wolfie's is a pretty decent deli. The clientele here appear to be locals and the workers know a bunch by name, which is nice. The place is pretty good, but the prices are a tad high. There are better delis around, and I know they try to be like Montreal's top deli's (many of Toronto's does the same), but they're just not there yet to me.
Ambience: B- | Service: B | Price: B- | Food: B-