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Popular Restaurants in Toronto

If you're a first time visitor to Toronto, you might prefer a more touristy area, but if you're a solo traveler, a smaller local eatery could be more interesting. Some areas have lots of things to do within walking distance, but the restaurants may be more expensive. To give you a starting point for your trip research, we looked at what people say about restaurants in Toronto.

What are some good restaurants in Toronto?

Here are some of the most recommended restaurants in Toronto.

St. Lawrence Market
92- 95 Front St E Toronto, ON

(416) 392-7120
The Black Hoof
928 Dundas St. W. Toronto, ON

(416) 551-8854
Cold Tea
60 Kensington Ave Toronto, Ontario
Panorama Lounge
55 Bloor St W Toronto, ON

416-967-0000 ‎
Grand Electric
1330 Queen St. W Toronto, ON
Guu Izakaya
398 Church St. Toronto, ON
O. Noir
620 Church Street Toronto, ON
The Rectory Cafe
Toronto Island Toronto, ON

(416) 203-2152
Evergreen Brick Works Farmers Market
550 Bayview Avenue Toronto, Ontario

(416) 596-1495
Bacchus Roti Shop
1311 Queen Street West Toronto, ON
Keriwa Cafe
1690 Queen St. W. Toronto, ON
Trattoria Nervosa
75 Yorkville Ave. Toronto, ON
La Carnita
501 College St. Toronto, ON
Indian Bazaar
Gerrard Street East Toronto, Ontario
El Catrin
18 Tank House Lane Toronto, ON


Here's what Trippy members had to say about restaurants:

"You're probably thinking of The Black Hoof who are known for their unusual or offal meats."  See More

"While still west of downtown head back east on Dundas and poke about Toronto's wonderful Kensington Market: Get your hair cut Crows Nest Barbershop, just up the street wonderful second hand clothing at Courage My Love Inc and late night partying and drinks at Cold Tea"  See More

"Grab a drink from the hot, newly opened Panorama Lounge The One Eighty in the Manulife Centre."  See More

"Many divided by neighbourhood, Little Italy, Chinatown, Indian Bazaar, The Danforth for Mediterranean food - we even have Little Tibet!"  See More

"I hope this helps and if you are into Japanese food should try Guu Izakaya"  See More

"Kaiseki Yu-zen Hashimoto ($$$$ Japanese Canadian, absolutely delicious) Yasu (city's best nigiri, reservation only) Guu SakaBar (pioneer of izakaya in the city), O Noir (dining-in-the-dark, 1st location opened in Montreal"  See More

"All of the island attractions like Centreville Amusement Park, Gibraltar Point Lighthouse, Far Enough Farm and any shops I believe are all closed around 5pm, except the restaurants The Rectory Cafe and Island Cafe which are open a few hours later on weekends."  See More

"The Distillery District and Evergreen Brick Works Farmers Market were also 2 of my favorites for walking."  See More

"You should also try some Canadian aboriginal food, and for that I suggest the very popular Keriwa Cafe."  See More

"Can't tell when this was posted but lunch at Trattoria Nervosa in Yorkville is always lovely."  See More

"Dinner Bar Isabel Grand Electric Khao San Road Barque Smokehouse La Carnita Hawker Bar Agave y Aguacate Chantecler Momofuku Noodle Bar Rodney's Oyster House The Black Hoof Brunch Lady Marmalade Bonjour Brioche Farmer's Daughter Smith Drinks Bellwoods Brewery Cold Tea Cocktail Bar 416 Snack Bar"  See More

"The Carbon Bar, El Catrin, Patria, Cibo Wine Bar King Street, La Hacienda"  See More

Where can I find out more about Toronto?

This page is just a starting point, to really get personalized advice from Toronto locals and experienced travelers, post a question on Trippy! You can start by browsing the questions other people have asked about Toronto.

If you've changed your mind and decided to go somewhere else, go to the main page and explore where to stay in any city.

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