Korean bibimbap, Venezuelan arepas, Ethiopian wats, and Polish paczki are some of the global delights on offer throughout the city's restaurants. You... Read More
Korean bibimbap, Venezuelan arepas, Ethiopian wats, and Polish paczki are some of the global delights on offer throughout the city's restaurants. You'll find that the best restaurants in Toronto have a range: everything from shiny, brand-name bistros (David Chang and Daniel Boulud included), to passionately run independents. The latter have done as much to elevate the culinary landscape in Toronto as the big names.
Toronto restaurants provide food from around the world, from Thai to Canadian fare. Gran van Gameren’s Spanish empire has you covered on tapas and pintxos. Patois Toronto manages to merge, incredibly enough, Chinese and Jamaican influences, while Scaramouche makes friends of French and Italian cuisines. And no one searching for where to eat in Toronto should pass up its Asian restaurants; Dailo and LoPan, or the authentic Canadian fare of Boralia. If you want to purchase some groceries and do your own cooking, then visit St. Lawrence or Kensington Market, two large food bazaars, that in addition to farmer’s markets, host restaurants, galleries, delis, bakeries, and grocery markets.