When it’s time for comfort food that everyone loves, you can always count on The Chef to pick family- and group-friendly locales and menus.
Out with the old and in with the new: successful restaurants are rebranding and expanding all the time in Toronto. This means more great food at more locations and creative spinoffs of popular themes. Less-successful eateries are renovating and overhauling their menus to try to win back your loyalty. It’s a win-win for local foodies. [Feature Image: Barque]
Thai food, with its rich and spicy flavours, is a delicious treat any day of the week. And it’s easy to indulge in some serious comfort-food pad Thai or panang curry at home – just pick up the phone and order delivery. These west end Thai restaurants will have all your favourite dishes sent to your doorstep, whenever the craving strikes. [Image credit: iStock.com/RichC86]
The only thing better than brunch is a buffet brunch. Waking up late on the weekend and filling your plate up with steaming trays of fresh, hot favourites sounds like a winning formula. The only question is: what kind of food do you fancy? Toronto’s multicultural cuisines like Chinese, Jewish, Indian, Italian and Canadian are just a few of the tasty options you’ll find on this list. [Image credit: iStock.com/MaximShebeko]
Franchise food chains and restaurateurs are pouring into Liberty Village. They see the upstart condo community as a vast market of hungry young adults with hectic lifestyles and disposable income. Thanks to the scope and variety of dining options, lunchtime here is different every day. Here are some delicious spots you can visit for lunch in Liberty Village.
If you live in Toronto's east end, you don’t need a fortune cookie to tell you that you’re in for some top regional Chinese cuisine. With wallet-friendly prices and enough styles of chop suey and chow mein to last a lifetime, these tried-and-true Chinese restaurants deliver value as well as dinner.
With all its ooey-gooey goodness and limitless toppings, pizza is practically the perfect meal. And with these 10 places delivering right to your doorstep, you can indulge any time of the day or week. All you have to do is pick up the phone or visit their website and a steaming fix of your favourite comfort food will be headed your way.
Now let’s see – a fresh loaf of artisan bread versus store-bought. Is there really any comparison? Sinking your teeth into a fresh-baked slab of handmade bread is one of life’s great pleasures that shouldn’t be denied. Taste the difference real hands make at these local artisan bakeries. [Feature image: Blackbird Baking Co.]
Did you know that you’re living in the unofficial sandwich capital of the world? Toronto is home to sandwich names that read like love poems, snack stops devoted to endless spins on a favourite ingredient, and places offering good old-fashioned BLT and grilled cheese - the Earl of Sandwich would be proud.
Prefer to order in rather than go out for authentic Indian cuisine? Having it delivered to your doorstep has never been easier. If you live in the east end, here’s who to call when the craving for savoury samosas or spicy curry hits, and you can’t or don’t want to leave the house.
Forget frying up eggs at home or pouring yourself yet another bowl of cereal, visit one of these awesome brunch spots in Toronto’s family-friendly Roncesvalles neighbourhood.
Bagels and lox or eggs Benedict with peameal? Freshly-squeezed orange juice or bottomless coffee? If it’s 10 am and you’re craving Belgian waffles, Yonge and Eglinton is a good place to be. Check out some of our favourite breakfast spots around midtown.
When it’s time to eat in Little Italy, there’s so much choice you’ll find it hard to pick. Try one of these gastronomic gems to satisfy your hunger. These are the kind of places that attract return visits, again and again.
Load more results Loading more results...
Close menu