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Have you heard of this cumin and dangmyeon dish? Well, The Explorer eats it for breakfast! Follow her and discover unique, international and, most importantly, irresistible food.
The Ossington strip has been growing more and more in stature as one of the best places in the city to head , if you want your choice of incredible food. Quality ingredients are definitely a focus in this neighbourhood, and whether it’s Asian fusion or amazing pizza, there’s something for everyone on this strip.
Being vegetarian has never been so easy in this multicultural city. Try Middle Eastern favourites and classic Indian cuisine without having to specify dietary preference at these veggie-friendly around Yonge and Eglinton.
If you dream of steak tartare, escargot and steak frites, Toronto has enough French bistros to bring those desires to fruition. They offer classic Parisian-style dining and modern twists on classic French fare. Inspired by the European capital of fashion and cuisine, each restaurant has its own distinct flair.
Forget about burgers and poutine – while there may be no official Canadian cuisine, it’s time to step away from the ordinary and shake things up a bit. These Mexican restaurants will help add some sizzle to your life.
Some would debate that the purpose of food is to act as fuel, but visit Toronto’s top Persian restaurants and you’ll discover the true purpose – flavour and culture. After sampling the artistic combinations of spices highlighted at the city’s best, you’ll wonder why you didn’t always take the time to smell the saffron during every culinary experience
In the summertime, the Beaches is one of the city's most popular destinations to grab a bite thanks to its eclectic mix of restaurants. If you'd prefer your meals meatless, check out this list of destinations where you can get vegetarian dishes in the east end.
The Annex is bursting with everything from hole-in-the-wall places to full-scale restaurants catering to vegetarians. There’s so much choice here inspired by cuisines from all over the globe, you can’t help but wonder if anyone eats meat in this part of town.
The Danforth is widely known as Toronto’s Greektown. While the majority of restaurants in this area take the lead from Greece's culinary culture, not all the hotspots serve the same traditional fare. These businesses offer great service and memorable experiences.
One of Toronto’s trendiest neighbourhoods, Yorkville, has some of the best shopping and restaurants in the city, and attracts an eclectic mix of tourists and locals. This list of local hotspots will give you a head start for the next time you visit.
Looking for a three-course dinner or a take-away snack that has all the flavours of Quebec? There's a small but diverse choice at your fingertips throughout Toronto – from sweet Montreal-style bagels to savoury French onion soups, wild game dishes, and, of course, poutine.
Grapefruit hollandaise? All-day breakfast in at least three different restaurants? A comic book-themed breakfast joint? You'll find it all and more in The Beaches. Your weekend hangover is not enough to justify sleeping in anymore. Start your day right – and cure your head – with breakfast at one of these fine restaurants in The Beaches.
Hunger can lead to rash decisions. Instead of settling for the first fast food place you see, try one of these buzz-worthy restaurants instead. The trendy Ossington strip has a growing reputation for superior food that attracts an in-the-know clientele.
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