Places to Eat in Toronto
1. Explore Toronto’s Neighbourhoods
Ask for something to eat in any of Canada’s 11 unique neighbourhoods and you will be greeted with a wealth of globally inspired cuisine. Toronto can offer culinary delights from souvlaki from Greektown on the Danforth to traditional custard tarts in Little Portugal on Bloor, so get out there and make sure you sample as much as possible.
If you want to try traditional Canadian cuisine, Canoe is a must-visit. Located in vibrant downtown Toronto, this popular restaurant serves up traditional Canadian fare that reflects the country’s cultural landscape including halibut from Haida Gwaii and red stag from Quebec. The high-end cuisine, not to mention its incredible views over the cityscape, are the perfect setting for a night you will never forget.
DaiLo provides diners with fusion in the best way. The Chinese cuisine has a heavy French influence, including delicious delicacies like truffle friend rice. If you are planning a night on the town, head to the upstairs snack and cocktail bar and enjoy unique cocktails until 2AM.
4. Wilder and Sons Restaurants
Can’t make up your mind on where you want to eat? Head to Dupont and try one (or more) of the Wilder and Sons Restaurants. There is a wide variety of cuisine on offer that will satisfy even the fussiest of eaters. From the patty melt at Rose and Son to the hand-carved salmon at Schmaltz, there is something for everyone to enjoy in these welcoming restaurants.
5. Food Trucks
Toronto is home to over 175 food trucks serving different kinds of cuisine, and so you cannot experience the city properly without sampling some of their fares. Our recommendations are Canadian BeaverTail, the Smoke Poutinerie and We Got Balls – find the one nearest to you and check it out.