You know when you're absolutely starving but have no idea what to eat? It's hard to decide when there's SO many places to try and tons of new restaurants.\nRead More: 14 Cutest Restaurants To Go On A BFF Date In Toronto\nStill stuck? We've got you covered with this diverse list of restaurants you need to try ASAP. There's something for everyone from breakfast to brunch to lunch to dinner! Check out these 13 amazing restaurants:\nvia @ediblediaries\nPai Northern Tai Kitchen // 18 Duncan St\nPai is a Toronto staple! As one of the most talked about Thai restaurants in the city, Pai never disappoints with classics like Chef Nuit's pad thai or green curry (and it comes in a coconut, so cool).\nvia @yuriko_yss\nCacao 70 // 485 Queen St W\nFor all you chocolate lovers, Cacao 70 is your dream restaurant. They have cakes, ice cream, fondue and much more. This indulgent cafe is perfect for a date or hangout spot with friends!\nvia @tsaitsai_\nDon Don Izakaya // 130 Dundas St W\nThere are many izakayas all over the city. An izakaya is a Japanese bar that involves drinks and food, with an emphasis on food unlike other Japanese bars. Don don's is right by yonge and dundas, and has a super chill vibe with amazing food!\nvia @labananeresto\nLa Banane // 227 Ossington Ave\nLa Banane is home to the famous disco egg dessert (pictured above). These are unique hand painted desserts and have unique and different flavours. A must for your appetite and your Instagram.\nvia @snackingthroughthe6\nRichmond Station // 1 Richmond St W\nThis small but mighty restaurant is tucked in right at the corner of Yonge and Richmond. The food is ingredient focused and technique driven, with a family focused and friendly atmosphere.\nvia @lok222\nGeorge St Diner // 129 George St\nThis famous diner is very popular for tourists. It can be seen in Daniel Radcliffe's The F Word and Shawn Mende's music video for Life of the Party. It's known for its classic old diner aesthetic as well as delicious traditional Irish breakfast.\nvia @maroszek87\nMilagro Cantina // 5 Mercer St\nMilagro Cantina is a Mexican restaurant located just south of King and John on Mercer St. A beautiful space complete with classic Mexican decor and dim lighting, you'll feel like you're in Mexico at this King West joint.\nvia @rigigiri\nThe Burgernator // 269 Augusta Ave\nThis Kensington Market burger joint is unlike anything you've tasted. They have a ton of gourmet burgers that you could never even think of. Try the captain jerk: beef patty, grilled pineapple, havarti cheese, lettuce, tomato and jerk sauce. Delicious!\nvia @datenight.to\nInsomnia // 563 Bloor St W\nThis popular UofT brunch spot is perfect for after a night out (or during a night out, Insomnia closes at 2am). They serve the most delicious coffee in the city!\nvia @caplanskysdeli\nCaplansky's // 356 College St\nOne of Toronto (and Beyonce's) favourite delis is Caplansky's. Try their smoked meat sandwich and delicious fries or soup, for a meal that fills you up and keeps you coming back for more!\nUnder The Table // 568 Parliament St\nThis Canadian Jamaican restaurant serves all your favourite comfort food including poutine, chicken and waffles, oxtail and more! The perfect spot to enjoy warm, delicious food!\nvia @threehandstoronto\nThree Hands // 1532 Dundas St W\nThis newer Toronto restaurant has built an excellent reputation in the Dundas West neighbourhood. Featuring inventive dishes like charred octopus and salt and vinegar brussel sprouts, Three Hands never disappoints. Delicious food with complimenting cocktails will ensure a great experience (oh and try the collard green pountine. To. Die. For).\nvia @pinkys_caphe\nPinky's Ca Phe // 53 Clinton St\nPinky's Ca Phe gets 2 thumbs up for a creative title, and 2 more thumbs up for delicious food. This Vietnamese spot has beautiful decor and lanterns and serves inventive food plus cocktails and beer.