From high-end restaurants to family-run institutions, there are all kinds of Chinese restaurants in Toronto. While there are different service options, menus and cuisines, these Chinese eateries have something in common: they offer authentic and delicious food! Here are the best Chinese restaurants in Toronto. [Photo: Luckee soba noodles by Libby Roach]
There is no shortage of all-you-can-eat restaurants in Toronto, and when it comes to Chinese cuisines the options are endless! From buffet spreads, to AYCE hot pots and “mini” buffets, Toronto has it all! Here are the best bets for all-you-can-eat Chinese food in the city.[Photo credit: iStock]
Dim Sum service is a tradition among many in the Chinese community and a popular dining experience on the Toronto food scene. Usually a cart service, dim sum menus vary from dumplings to deep fried snacks. Restaurants across Toronto showcase their take on the traditional Chinese lunch and dinner service. Here are the best spots to grab dim sum in Toronto.[Photo of Luckee by Libby Roach]
Hakka cuisine can find its origins in the small Chinese community that has lived in Kolkata for over a century. With elements of Indian and Chinese cuisine, Hakka also has roots in the Chinese communities of Malaysia, Singapore and Hong Kong. Toronto is home to many people from these communities, opening Hakka restaurants throughout the city! Here are the best Hakka eateries in Toronto.[Photo courtesy of Hakka Legend]
Lucky for Torontonians it isn’t that hard to find traditional and not-so-traditional schnitzel in this town. The German dish is a breaded, and then pan-fried, pork, veal or chicken cutlet. Restaurants in the city are now putting their own twist on it, offering eggplant or mushroom in place of meat. Here are the best bets for schnitzel in Toronto![Photo of Otto’s Bierhalle by Alexandra Caufin]
There’s a large German community in Toronto and plenty of German restaurants to choose from. From authentic beer halls to a menu filled with perfectly fried schnitzel, Toronto is no stranger to Bavarian cuisine. Grab the sauerkraut, because here are the best German restaurants in the city. [Photo of Otto’s Bierhalle by Alexandra Caufin]
Cured meats, cheese, pickled vegetables and more! All these goodies put together make up some of Toronto’s best charcuterie boards. Whether you’re sharing or keeping it all to yourself, you’re going to want to savour every bite! Here is the best charcuterie in Toronto.[Photo of Nuit Social by Jennifer D’Agostino]
Toronto’s restaurants and cafés have upped their soup game and it’s oh so satisfying in the colder months. From organic vegan soups to hearty nostalgic soups momma used to make, there’s a lot of variety out there. Cozy up to the best bowls of soup in Toronto.
With Oktoberfest around the corner you’ll want to try all the sausages that Toronto restaurants are serving up. From sausages that are set ablaze to traditional Polish sausages, there is a variety available in the city. Here are your best bets for sausages in Toronto.
We all know that students are often strapped for cash, and restaurants across Toronto are cutting them a deal with lower prices for those with valid student IDs. From fresh wraps to Thai food, there are lots of options for frugal students out there! Here are the best student dining discounts and meal specials in Toronto.
Slowly cooked, smoky and sweet is the perfect description of pulled pork. Barbecue joints across Toronto are serving up tender and smoky pulled pork, by itself or piled high on a sandwich. Here is some of the best pulled pork in Toronto.
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]
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