Restaurants in Toronto
For a fusion style meal, visit the Sen5es restaurant on Wellington Street. This Toronto restaurant is one-part café and one-part modern dining room, serving up sophisticated lunches and dinners. Wayne Gretzky’s restaurant is Canadian through and through, named after the legendary hockey star. While the food is excellent, most people trek to this Toronto restaurant for the hockey memorabilia covering every wall.
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. You can also purchase a pre-made meal from places like Quik Sushi and Everyday Gourmet.
Caffé Ritazza is the place to get your tea fix. This Toronto café is located in the airport and serves foods like Panini and imported coffee and tea. Union, Toronto has a French influence and, on Sunday nights, the menu is geared more towards French cuisine. It is one of the best restaurants in Toronto. Toronto restaurants provide food from around the world from Thai to Canadian fare. The best part is that restaurants in Toronto offer many outstanding deals.
Located in the super-trendy King West neighborhood, Blowfish occupies a former red brick Bank of Toronto building (which explains the high ceilings). The long, narrow space's minimalist design incorporates cool, red and blue LEDs, and limited seating is available at the sleek bar.