Restaurants National "Eat What You Want" Day in Toronto

Today is National “Eat What You Want” Day so let’s celebrate! Here are my top 5 choices for where to get what you want BIG TIME.

The Burger's Priest

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463 Queen St W, Toronto, ON M5V 2A9

Let’s say you love two foods more than anything else in the world – burgers and grilled cheese. The Burger’s Priest Vatican City Burger is where all your dreams come true. Enjoy the ultimate combination in their double cheeseburger squeezed between two grilled cheese buns. And while you wouldn’t want to make this your everyday lunchtime item, it’s eat what you want day, so do it without remorse. Should you have any residual guilt, not to worry – owner Shant Mardirosian is a seminary graduate.

Bangkok Garden Restaurant

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18 Elm St, Toronto, ON M5G 1G7

One of the first Thai restaurants in Toronto, Bangkok Garden does Thai food authentically, making their dishes based on the Thai principle of balancing the five tastes: sweet, hot, sour, salty and bitter. So if you can’t get enough of curries and noodles, soups and salad, wok-fried rice, you should head to Bangkok Garden. The lunch buffet is a great way to experiment and try different dishes. Or stay for dinner and choose sophisticated selections such as Cornish Hen and Lemongrass, Lemon Seafood Soup and Emerald Curry of Chicken.

Smith Bros Steakhouse And Tavern

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880 Warden Ave, Toronto, ON M1L 4W6

When you see mussels on the menu, is it hard to order something else instead? When you work your way through the bowl, do you often think, 'They were so good, I wish I could have another bowlful?' At Smith Bros. you can enjoy all the mussels you can eat any day of the week for lunch or dinner. PEI Mussels are steamed with Smith Bros. All Natural Premium Lager, shallots and parsley and served with fries. Tuck into as many bowls as you like and let your bivalve love shine. No judgment here.

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