Toronto Restaurants Guide
These are some of the restaurants we visit regularly in Toronto.
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Hey Lucy is a café, restaurant, and bar with zebra-print booths and wood-burning pizza ovens. It offers a fun and comfortable ambiance.
Café Crêpe, a hip, classy restaurant with delicious food.
Don’t get fooled by the tacky name — Gio Rana’s Really Really Nice Restaurant is really, really good.
Leslieville's Belmonte Raw is a small boutique-style restaurant that caters to the raw-eating crowd, but also to the surrounding neighbourhood.
Grasslands, located at 478 Queen Street West, is owner and Chef Stephen Gardner’s answer to casual fine dining for vegans.
As a venue for events or celebrations, House of Moments is a great option — especially for an artistic crowd. Here is my personal experience.
Here is my review of Insomnia, a lovely place offering Mediterranean-inspired lunch and dinner selections, as well as a Midnight Snack menu.
Lucien, with a relaxed view of the Wellington Street park, offers a varied and tasty menu, personal service and comfortable ambiance.
Rachel’s Coffee House has opened in an area not in need of coffee, but it filled a need for a high quality, homemade, and comfortable café.
Located in the Queen West area, 5th Elementt is an award-winning restaurant boasting a combo of traditional and contemporary Indian cuisine.
O.Noir allows each of its diners to enjoy their own uniquely intimate experience. How? By turning off the lights.
Famoso has opened up a spectacular new Neapolitan pizzeria in the Annex, downtown Toronto. Is it worth to visit?
A quaint café & restaurant, in a busy office building, Absolute Restaurant has opened its second location, here at 55 St. Clair Avenue West.
Experience just how tasty kosher food can get; visit some of the excellent kosher Toronto restaurants and you will never want to eat elsewhere.
Being on the lookout for a high quality bar or lounge in Toronto, I was pleasantly surprised when I was introduced to Bier Markt by some friends.
The Thompson Hotel, 550 Wellington Street West (Bathurst) has a resto which is open 24/7 and serves one of the thickest, gooiest, yummiest PB and J sandwiches.
Expectations were high but lunch at the Fairmont Royal York Hotel’s restaurant was under the wire. We have a five star staff, a five star room and a three...
Seniors Dining Nook, 1397 Yonge Street. Enjoy yourself and take home the rest for your four-legged buddy. Portions are adequate for six legs – your two and his four!
Harbour 60 Steakhouse Review. Harbour 60 is MUCH more than a steakhouse. It is one of, if not the finest restaurant in town. Address: 60 Harbour Street Toronto
With the celebrity status of chef, staff and general notoriety, this is a new hot place in development. Be prepared to wait a while to get your reservation.
The newest Mexican restaurant. Sister to the Yonge and Eglinton eatery, this smaller version has a similar menu but is just a little more chic than uptown.
Located a couple of blocks north of Lawrence on Avenue Road, this was one of a few places we all went for a fancy Sunday night for dinner.
Every once in a while, a foodie is exposed to new and unique taste sensations. Such is the new fusion of Japanese and Korean served at Koko on Yorkville.
One of my favorites in St. Clair West neighbourhood is Cafe Leopold. Those who dined at Pastis on Yonge will marvel at Chef Claude's new home.
Splendid Mediterranean food, regal desserts and Italian coffee. Service a little bit sleepy if not unfriendly.
Nice atmosphere, great service, nothing wrong with the food. But nothing exceptional that a decent amateur cook couldn't make him or herself.
What's local in Forest Hill. A guide to reliable local dining spots. Italian, Mexican, Chinese, French: Forest Hill has a restaurant for every taste.
In the Wychwood, Casa Loma, Regal Heights area? Think about visiting The Corner House, Vinny's Panini, The Rushton, Filippo's. Check our quick notes.
It's a small place, with oak bench seating as well as wood tables with cast-iron bases. Gothic-style chandeliers cast a warm glow over everything...
Quince falls into the category of a must-try – a Mediterranean-inspired bistro with reasonable prices and a reputation for fresh, innovative flavours.
The Stockyards is a new kid on the block that's already been voted Toronto's Best Barbecue by NOW Magazine, scoring a perfect 5 out of 5 n's.
Until two months ago, Locavore was North Toronto's hottest restaurant. All natural, locally produced ingredients and fine dining. Then it disappeared. Why?
Phenomenal décor, great lighting (everyone looks more glamorous at Spice Route), handrolled music, a first rate cocktails bar and well above average food.
Vineyard Estate Wines on Queens Quay goes all out to persuade you to engage with Canadian wine again.
If you are looking to unwind with old friends and good wine, or a location for a tryst in the Toronto Annex, Le Paradis is the ideal place.