17 Toronto Restaurants You Should Treat Yourself To For $20, $50, & $100 This Summer
It's summer, it's Toronto and you know the food selection in here is like no other! Toronto offers a variety of amazing restaurants at different price points, so that everyone can take advantage of a night out. However, sometimes it can be hard to find the food you want for the price you can afford.
So whether you're broke af, like me. Or balling like it's March Madness, there's a restaurant on this list for you.
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Treat Yourself for $20
Garden Gangsters // 12 Market Street
Everything ranging from $3-$20, Garden Gangsters offers healthy and fuvking delicious food! They are redefining healthy as gangster.
Fat Pasha // 414 Dupont St
Appetizers, salads, entrees, and desserts all for under $20! Funky eatery with country-chic decor serving Middle Eastern & European Jewish dishes.
Seven Lives // 69 Kensington Ave
Heads up!! This is a cash only restaurant! Located in Kensington Market, Seven Lives is offering baja-style tacos & seafood. Everything on the menu is $10 or less!
Utopia Cafe and Grill // 586 College St
$5 Apps!! Nothing is over $20 at this cute cafe. Everything from burritos, sandwiches, burgers. Utopia Cafe and Grills offers many vegetarian options, plus wine & local beer.
PG Clucks // 610 College St
I think the picture speaks for itself. Insert heart eyes emoji here!! PG Clucks' is a tiny take-out spot that serves up deep-fried Nashville-style hot chicken sandwiches!
Mean Bao // Multiple Locations
Steamed bun sandwiches so affordable, that two people can eat here for $20! Mean Bao is a must try on our list!!
Gushi // 238 Queen St W
Purple rice? Yes, please! Gushi is a street cart style restaurant specializing in Japanese cuisine like fried chicken. Perfect for lunch dates, two people can eat huge portions for under $20.
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Treat Yourself for $50
The Captains Boil // Multiple Locations
First, you choose your catch, then your flavor and then your heat. The Captains Boil has an endless amount of options. The Captains Boil is a maritime-themed restaurant specializing in boil-in-a-bag Cajun& Asian-inspired seafood.
Figo // 295 Adelaide St W
With the cutest decor, the atmosphere of Figo is incredible. Serving contemporary Italian dishes, the menu offers a good range of food to order, all at a reasonable price!
Byblos // 11 Duncan St
This 2 story restaurant is putting a contemporary spin on Eastern Mediterranean cuisine. Byblos' menu ranges from $50-$70 for a good meal.
CIBO Wine Bar // Multiple Locations
Cibo brings an authentic rustic Italian flare to their menu. An appetizer and an entree will run you about $50 at this gorgeous restaurant. Don't forget to snap a quick picture with the "You Are Beautiful" sign while you're there.
Joso's // 202 Davenport Road
This upscale seafood eatery offers tons of options ranging from $10-$50. Also known for being the same restaurant that Drake took his "Take Care" album cover!
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Treat Yourself for $100
Momofuku Daisho // 190 University Avenue
Momofuku offers large feasts for the whole table! This may run you up a bit of a tab but the portions are out of control!
Sotto Sotto // 120 Avenue Rd
Located in the lavish Yorkville, Toronto, Sotto Sotto is an upscale trattoria offering traditional dishes from South-Central Italy. This restaurant is super romantic and definitely a spot to take a special someone to. Dinner here will cost you around a bill.
STK // 153 Yorkville Ave
With tons of different options from appetizers and entrees to sides! STK is a restaurant & lounge serving steaks, seafood & cocktails in a sleek, ultramodern setting.
Fabbrica // 49 Karl Fraser Rd, North York
Fabbrica is serving up Italian dishes, including wood-oven pizza & fresh pasta. Two people can comfortably eat at this gorgeous restaurant for $100.
TOCA // 181 Wellington St W
TOCA is located inside the Ritz-Carlton Hotel. Offering seasonal, local-sourced Italian cuisine. They also have a cheese cave!! Heaven, I know! Dinner for two will run you a little over $100.