Toronto has a diverse scene, from shopping to people. But the best, is the food scene. Many of the foods on this list can be found in many places, especially around the world.
The difference is, no one does these foods better than the places right here at home. Check out the list below to get your fix of foods that Toronto can rock like no other!
Milkshakes at Cafe Nuna
Where: 626 Queen St W. // Queen West
Why should you go: This is the milkshakes of all milkshakes! Your sweet tooth will love you so much for indulging in this treat, and with so many choices, you will for sure find one that'll hit the spot.
Chili Con Queso at Hotmess Tex Mex
Where: 615 College St // Little Italy
Why should you go: Located in Little Italy, no place does Tex Mex fondue like this. Intense flavours, with a great kick are sure to bring you to the streets of Mexico City!
Lobster Nachos at Good Catch
Where: 179 Enterprise Blvd // Unionville
Why should you go: Lobster nachos are the nachos you didn't know you needed in your life! This massive dish is the seafood meets Mexican in the best way possible.
Japanese Fried Chicken at Gushi
Where: 707 Dundas St W. // Alexandra Park
Why should you go: Toronto is known for it wide array of Japanese, but bet you didn't know that also goes for some classic street food... except this one has got a great twist to it. Piled with ingredients, this fried chicken is a perfect go-to.
Baja Fish Tacos at Seven Lives
Where: 69 Kensington Ave // Chinatown
Why should you go: The debate for the best baja tacos is timeless. While many cities claim to do it well, you can easily win this debate when you take on the baja tacos at Seven Lives!
Bacon Sandwich at Carousel Bakery
Where: 93 Front St E. // St Lawrence Market
Why should you go: This isn't just a bacon sandwich, this is a Peameal Bacon Sandwich that no one does better than Toronto! It is an iconic sandwich, that is sure to satisfy your cravings!
Cuban Timbits at La Cubana
Where: 392 Roncesvalles Ave // Roncesvalles Village
Why should you go: Cuban timbits have NOTHING on the Canadian version from Tim Horton's. It is an addictive dessert, that Toronto should never let go of.
Chicken & Waffles at The Dirty Bird
Where: 527 Bloor St W. // The Annex
Why should you go: Can't go down to the States for some chicken & waffles? Don't worry. The Dirty Bird fried chicken & waffles in Toronto are done better than the ones in the states, and you can quote me on that- all day, every day.
Buffalo Cauliflower at Home of the Brave
Where: 589 King St W. // Entertainment District
Why should you go: Chicken wings might have been all the rage, but Toronto's Home of the Brave brings you the greatest buffalo cauliflower wings you will have ever tasted!
Beef Brisket Sandwich at The Black Camel
Where: 4 Crescent Rd // Summerhill
Why should you go: A lot of time goes into preparing the beef, 3- 4 days to be exact. This is with the marination process, slow-cooked and rest day. You just know with that amount of thought and effort, this is sure to be the best of the best!
Fish & Chips at Buster's Sea Cove
Where: 93 Front St E. // St. Lawrence Market
Why should you go: Okay so, when it comes to fish & chips the east coast knows best- but Buster's transports you to the seaside of Nova Scotia, making Toronto a great place to get the ultimate fish & chips experience!