Ask any Torontonian about the best burrito in town and it’s guaranteed you’re in for a great debate. Pinto versus black bean, pico de gallo versus salsa, the list goes on and on – everyone has a preference. Save yourself from going loco and please your appetite at some of Toronto’s finest burrito shops.
Fish and Chips are serious business to fans of golden battered fish and perfectly cooked fries, and there is no shortage of shops that take this dish seriously in Toronto. There’s nothing like fresh fish, crispy batter and golden fries to tempt any seafood lover. Here are some of the best fish and chip shops in Toronto. [Photo credit: Olde Yorke Fish and Chips by YP Contributor]
From a mobile Cuban café to “fawaffles” there are some unique food trucks hitting the road for the first time this summer! These food trucks are testing the waters still, but from what we can tell, they’ll soon be on every must-try food truck list in Toronto. Here are the best new food trucks in the city for 2017. [Photo credit: courtesy of Little Havana]
Toronto’s food Truck scene has flourished over the past five years. The food trucks that are driving around Toronto represent the diversity that makes this city so great. Whether you want an authentic Somalian samosa or a Canadian pastry, there is something for everyone. Here are the best food trucks to stalk this summer in Toronto. [Photo credit: Me.n.u by Jennifer D’Agostino]
There’s no shortage of great burger joints in the 6, which is why it would be crazy to hit up a fast-food chain when you’ve got local quality to work with. From secret menus to old-school favourites, with vegan and organic options too, here are the top burger joints in Toronto. [Photo credit: vegan big mac courtesy of Doomies]
What’s better than all your favourite restaurants and foodie products coming together in one spot in the great outdoors? We’re stumped too. From night markets to all-day parties, here are the best outdoor food markets in Toronto this summer! [Photo credit: Twilight Tuesdays by Jennifer D'Agostino]
Enjoy a picnic lunch outdoors at some of the city’s best parks, with some of the Toronto’s best food! These restaurants serve great to-go options, and are just a short walk to a grassy spot perfect for kicking back, relaxing and enjoying a picnic lunch with your friends, family or co-workers. Here are some of the best to-go picnic lunch options in Toronto. [Photo credit: Erica Salyi-Pannozzo]
During the winter months, the temperatures dip so low, the last thing you want to do is head out to a restaurant. But long gone are the days where you were regulated to just ordering pizza and Chinese food. From casual fare to fine dining, you can now select from a variety of exciting cuisines and dishes for delivery. So order in and bring the restaurant to you with the top 5 restaurants for delivery:
Meatless Mondays Canada suggests having healthy, sustainable, cruelty-free food at least once a week. This is good for both your own health and the planet's. These five restaurants make it easy to go vegetarian for the day:
The CNE opens this Friday, so to get you in the mood for the festivities, I’ve gathered five enticing items that are as fun to eat as they are delicious. Just remember - you’re going to need a lot of napkins.
Ugh. It’s the middle of the month and you’re already behind in paying the bills. Money’s tight and so eating out is not in the cards. Or so you thought. These five lifesavers dish out fantastic fare at such a reasonable price, you can stop worrying about your finances and enjoy a great meal. Who says inexpensive food has to be boring?
The city seems to have as many bakeries opening as coffee shops and Italian restaurants. How to choose where to go? After a lot of taste-testing and consideration, here are my picks for top 5 bakeries in Toronto below:
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