Reinventing Comfort Food
Serving delicious Grilled Cheese Sandwiches and Mac n Cheese, made from scratch. Located in Victoria, BC.
Grilled Cheese Sandwiches
aged white cheddar, monterey jack, swiss gruyere, local sourdough bread
Grilled to the Mac Sandwich
our Classic Grill stuffed with mac & cheese
our Classic Grill with chopped Red Barn bacon and fresh tomato
Mac & Cheese
pasta tossed with our scratch recipe aged white cheddar sauce, topped with cheese and toasted panko crumbs
a smaller serving of Classic Mac with toasted panko crumbs
our Classic Mac with chopped Red Barn bacon and caramelized onions
Intergalactic Root Beer * Sparkmouth Ginger Ale * Dare Devil Orange Cream
Real BC Spring water
We use locally sourced Canadian food products
Our Schedule and Location
Which Came First – The Grill Or The Mac?
A classic is re-born.
Grilled To The Mac was inspired from a visit to a food truck festival several years ago in Vancouver. BC. It was there that owner/operator Dan Humphries was exposed to the unique twist this type of food service had to offer and creativity each of the trucks presented. The decision was made to begin the journey. It was felt that Grilled Cheese Sandwiches and Mac & Cheese are the staple classics that appeal to so many of us, and more or less the business took off from there. Traditionally flavoured fare with fresh, contemporary touches… re-inventing comfort food is the idea here, with cheese being the wonderful common denominator. Though Humphries brings over 25 years of food service industry background into the business, the classic mac & cheese recipe is “as close to mom’s as I could get.” Everything is made from scratch, using fresh local ingredients including bacon, other meats and vegetables from Red Barn Market, dairy from Island Farms, breads from Six Mile Bakery, and Phillips Sodas.
“When you support Grilled To The Mac you’re also supporting many other local businesses and keeping our community’s economy flowing, which is something I feel is important and I’m very proud to offer through my business.”