Allwyn's Bakery in the Parkwoods Plaza at York Mills and VP. Shifty little shack in the same plaza as Food Basics. flattened cardboard boxes cover the floors to soak up the oil. usually only one guy behind the counter and he operates a register that's likely the same unit from the 80s. only about 10 things on the white-board menu. i guess it's a bit run down, but places like this imo are where the tastiest and cheapest hand-held eats are often conceived.
chunks of hastily-pulled jerk chicken and coleslaw (must have) with some sriracha on a coco bun for $3.50. beef patties are the same ones that people stop at warden station just to get. greasy, thicker crusted, trapezoid-shaped pastries filled with well-seasoned ground beef. not your flaky-yellow patty king patties.
if anyone heads along the dvp, i highly recommend a stop here for a quick little bite. the jerk chicken sandwich with coleslaw and sriracha is cheap and tasty eats. it's purely a takeout counter with no tables inside, so you grab your sandwich and a bottle of pineapple soda and sit outside or in the car if it's too cold and chow down.
please share if there are other places around the city with jerk chicken sandwiches