Best Restaurants to Eat Big in Toronto

Sometimes, you’re hungry. But sometimes, you’re really hungry. On those occasions, no artfully plated assortment of locally sourced, seasonally sensitive ingredients, drizzled in artisan this or accented with peppercorn that, is going to do the job. This is when the big guns are called for.

Big Sushi

1
388 Bloor St W, Toronto, ON M5S 1X4

This Annex charmer lives up to its name with a reputation for truly massive orders of dragon, California and dynamite rolls. Service is attentive and the sushi is consistently fresh and tasty. What’s not to like?

Mamma Martino's Pasta And Pizzeria Restaurant

2
624B The Queensway, Etobicoke, ON M8Y 1K3

Doggy bags are the rule at this Italian-loving Etobicoke staple. Here, all entrees are served with both a salad and a spaghetti side, and all pasta dishes come with bread. They needn’t have bothered, given the heaping servings of all the mains. Better still, the price is not reflective of the size of your dinner.

Peter's On Eglinton

3
1035 Eglinton Ave E, Mississauga, ON L4W 1K4

This family-run Mississauga-based source for hearty homemade fare is so well known for its gargantuan servings that Peter’s ranks high in every on-line search for “big portions.” Here, diners feast on massive helpings of lasagna, souvlaki and calamari before unbuttoning the top of their trousers.

ZET Drive-Inn Restaurant

4
6445 Airport Rd, Mississauga, ON L4V 1E4

Passers-by stop in at this fully licensed airport-friendly restaurant between flights to bulk up on all-day breakfasts, steak sandwiches and truly massive burgers. “Unless you're one of those big dudes who work on the tarmac, you will not, N-O-T be able to finish a dinner portion of their souvlaki meals.

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