There's no denying that Toronto is home to some pretty spectacular restaurants. In a city as multicultural as ours, it's only natural that the culinary scene would begin to reflect it. From Italian to Asian-French fusion to Southern BBQ and more, there's no end to the diverse gastronomical experiences to be had in Toronto.\nThen there are those restaurants that are so adored by Toronto foodies that they fall into a category of their own. While there's no denying these spots are good, we think they deserve even more credit. Here are\nvia @young_stephanie\nImanishi Japanese Kitchen // 1330 Dundas St W\nLocated in Little Portugal, this Japanese kitchen is one of the must-visit spots in a neighbourhood that's already filled with amazing eats. Imanishi is known for their homestyle Japanese meals, as well as their affordable prices and cozy atmosphere.\nvia @jamiegancman\nThe Black Hoof // 928 Dundas St W\nAt The Black Hoof, everything is made from charcuterie - including cocktail garnishes! This meat-lover's paradise offers insane dishes like pork tongue and blood terrine, pig's ear slaw, and more.\nvia @bar_isabel\nBar Isabel // 797 College St\nBar Isabel is a Spanish-influenced resto known for their creative and inventive dishes. The ambient reddish lighting and mosaic tile floor make for a particularly stylish dining experience.\nvia @fooddudes\nRasa // 196 Robert St\nFrom food truck team the Food Dudes comes Rasa, a casual spot in Harbord Village. Offering "Toronto" cuisine, the food is decidely global, a tribute to the various cultures present in the city.\nvia @littlesisterto\nLittle Sister // 2031 Yonge St\nLocated at Yonge & Eg, this Indonesian-Dutch fusion restaurant is one of the most unique in the city. Offering up small plates in a funky setting, the menu features curries, skewers, and more.\nvia @mariahdontcareyy\nUnion // 72 Ossington Ave\nThis Parisian-inspired bistro puts a unique, Canadian spin on classic French dishes. Union serves only local, fresh ingredients and makes many items, like their pasta, in house, making for a particularly tasty dining experience.\nvia @robertjacoblerma\nAdamson Barbeque // 176 Wicksteed Ave\nModeled after classic Texan BBQ joints, Adamson Barbeque is known for their extensive menu of smoked meat. Housed in a rustic-chic converted warehouse, Adamson Barbeque offers a fittingly laidback but tasty approch to BBQ eats.\nvia @lakeinez\nLake Inez // 1471 Gerrard St E,\nThis cozy gastropub serves up hearty, Asian-inspired comfort food. Located in Little India, Lake Inez is an electic, warm space filled with antiques purchased on Craigslist.\nvia @saltwinebar\nSalt Wine Bar // 225 Ossington Ave\nSalt Wine Bar is a sleek Lower-Ossington restaurant serving flavourful Portuguese and Spanish cuisine. With an extensive wine list, and stunning wood-covered decor, Salt Wine Bar is the perfect spot for a romantic date.\nvia @amandafacciolo\nBodega Henriette // 1801 Gerrard St E\nPart convenience store, part restaurant, Bodega Henriette is a distinctly quirkly space. Known for their fresh pastries and sandwiches, as well as a killer brunch on the weekends, it's no wonder this Upper Beaches spot is a neighbourhood favourite.\nvia @lovethedesign\nWhite Lily Diner // 678 Queen St E\nWhite Lily is an elevated diner located in the city's east end. The menu includes comfort food classics like corned beef hash, buttermilk griddle cakes, and steak and eggs.\nvia @superpoint184\nSuperpoint // 184 Ossington Ave\nSuperpoint is a contemporary Italian restaurant that offers both classic and unique fare. Complete with an incredible wine bar and a cozy atmosphere, it's probably one of the best spots on Lower Ossington.\nvia @annietracogna\nChantecler // 1320 Queen St W\nSmall and cozy, Chantecler serves small French plates and inventive cocktails. If you're an oyster fan, you need to head here on Tuesdays: Chantecler offers a $1/oyster, $1/ounce of wine deal each week that is worth waiting for.