There exists one type of restaurant go-er that enjoys tasting a little bit of everything instead of engulfing a single entree. They look only at the appetizer section of the menu and can create entire meals just out of small plates.

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If you're this type of restaurant go-er, you'll definitely enjoy these 14 restaurants in Toronto with stellar appetizer menus:


416 Snack Bar // 181 Bathurst St

416 Snack Bar is a great place to get full off of little eats. Their menu is inspired by different international cuisines, and includes options like Korean fried chicken, Portuguese rissois de camarão, and Vietnamese cold rolls. Prices range from $5 to $28 (for platters).

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Beast // 96 Tecumseh St

Beast has an entire menu dedicated to finger foods and drinks. Selected wines, sakes, beers and cocktails are sold at $5 each, as well as various snacks like smoked fish and hot, blue cheese fried chicken.

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Carmen // 922 Queen St W

Carmen prides itself on its bite-sized social foods. You can choose from a selection of Spanish foods, including traditional Spanish ham with fruit leather and Forno Cultura bread with tomato spread and Manchego cheese. Prices range from $4 to $14.

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Come And Get It // 676 Queen St W

Come And Get It has awesome snack items for really great prices. Platters like crispy calamari and jerk chicken lettuce wraps go for as low as $7 to $12, and bite-size snacks like buffalo nuggets and mini sliders go for as low as $5. Prices in general range from $3 to $14 (for larger platters).

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Li'Ly Lounge // 656 College St

Li'Ly Lounge puts a sophisicated flair to modern Italian and Euro-inspired cuisine. Their appetizer menu is diverse and extensive, from cheese plates to pan-fried tiger shrimp. Prices range from $9 to $16 (for larger platters).

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Mamakas Taverna // 80 Ossington Ave

Mamakas Taverna is the place to be if you're in the mood for a hearty Greek snack. They've got some cool starter options, like xifias (cured swordfish) and midia saganaki (baked mussels). Prices range from $6 to $16 (for larger platters)

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Nota Bene // 180 Queen St W

Nota Bene is notorious for its dangerously tasty appetizers. They have great snacks-for-one like crisp pork cheek and 1/2 dozen oysters, as well as shareables like pommes frites and shaved onion rings. Prices range from $9 to $12.

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Origin // 107 King St E

Origin is a spot in the St. Lawrence neighbourhood that offers unique dishes from around the world. Their snacks and sides are both delicious and affordable, and include items like spicy spanish fries and shiitake arancini. The restaurant also has separate raw bar and mozzarella bar menus. Prices range from $8 to $13.

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People's Eatery // 307 Spadina Ave

People's Eatery is a restaurant takes the cultural dishes from around the world and serves them in a single place. Enjoy eats like butter lamb croquettes and razor clams from their affordable snack-size dinner menu. Prices range from $7 to $12.

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Playa Cabana // 111 Dupont St

Playa Cabana is committed to serving delicious authentic Mexican food. They have several tasty appetizers to choose from, including flautas (crispy corn flutes stuffed with braised steak) and Chipotle-marinated chicken wings. Prices range from $5 to $12.

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Portland Variety // 587 King St W

Portland Variety has a simple but delectabvle appetizer menu during their dinner hours. You can order cool items like cassava fries, cauliflower popcorn, patatas bravas and more. Prices range from $6 to $15.

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Red's Wine Tavern // 77 Adelaide St W

Red's Wine Tavern has an extensive list of small plates and shareables to accompany its glorious wine menu. Choose from something simple like edamame bowls and truffle fries to more elaborate appetizers like Bangkok nachos and Yarmouth lobster guacamole. Prices range from $8 to $19 (for larger platters).

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Rickshaw Bar // 685 Queen St W

Rickshaw Bar aims to bring the street food experience indoors, and experiments with South Asian flavours to create irresistible dishes. Choose from a variety of appetizers  and small plates like mango salad, smoked eggplant flatbread, aloo dumplings and much more. Prices range from $6 to $13.

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Sabai Sabai // 225 Church St

Sabai Sabai is a kitchen and bar that serves Thai comfort food classics. Indulge in small plate options like crispy fried fish, Lao-style chicken wings and grilled satay chicken. Prices range from $9 to $11.

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