Take this as your own personal challenge. With all the amazing restaurants in Toronto, it can be confusing as to what restaurants to hit - and when. What are you in the mood for? What do you have time for? What is your gut - literally - telling you?\nREAD MORE: 12 Drool-Worthy Restaurants To Try In Toronto This Month\nWe've sectioned off some of our favourite spots for cheap eats, trendy atmospheres, fine dining, and cafes for you to hit up, whenever the time should strike.\nFast Food\nFine Dining\nTrendy Spots\nCafes\nFor Fast Food, click next!\nvia @toreats\n1. Fancy Franks // 326 College St.\nThis place deserves a spot on our list and a spot in our hearts, forever. Customize hundreds of different dogs with a ton of interesting condiments.\nvia @theburgerspriest\n2. Burgers Priest // Various Locations\nThis iconic Toronto burger place is a must-stop for a classic burger and fries. You can basically order anything off the menu and be satisfied, guaranteed.\nvia @craveto\n3. Moo Frites // 178 Baldwin St.\nThese are debatably some of the most delicious fries in the city. Moo Frites is known for acing the classic fries combo and killing the extravagant topping game.\nvia @toreats\n4. Seven Lives - Tacos y Mariscos // 69 Kensington Ave.\nThese are some of the tastiest tacos in the city hands down. Seven Lives is always super fresh and delicious and offers a great portion size. Make sure to bring cash to this Kensington cornerstone!\nvia @czarinafacun\n5. Crown & Dragon // 890 Yonge St.\nThese wings are as delicious as they are cheap. Crow & Dragon offers half price wings from 5-close on Tuesdays and Thursdays and all day Sunday.\nvia @northofbrooklyn\n6. North of Brooklyn Pizzeria // Various Locations\nThis late night slice is one we see in our dreams. North of Brooklyn makes some amazing pizza pies with thin crust and the perfect sauce to cheese ration.\nFor Fine Dining, click next!\nvia @bucajorgefernando\n1. Buca // Various Locations\nThis Italian restaurant is a city-wide fav boasting elegant dishes with classic European touches. This makes a great date spot or a place to impress family and friends.\nvia @styledemocracyfood\n2. Lee // 601 King St. W.\nFring's older, more distinguished dad is basically what you can expect from Lee. They are uber famous for this incredible dish called the Singapore Slaw!\nvia @modernpicasso_\n3. Richmond Station // 1 Richmond St. W.\nRichmond Station is a Canadian classic that does comfort foods and classics beautifully, with full flavour and gorgeous presentation.\nvia @mikutoronto\n4. Miku // 10 Bay St.\nThis delicious sushi spot serves up fresh and tasty sushi unlike any other. Their sashimi plates are truly incredible and the garnishes are so dainty and intricate you'll almost not want to eat them! (But please do.)\nvia @jimmylikestoeat\n5. Bar Isabel // 797 College St.\nThis Little Italy spot is known as one of the best and most Instagrammable meals. This octopus dish is is absolutely incredible and very worth checking out!\nFor Trendy Spots click next!\nvia @angelachauxo\n1. Oretta // 633 King St W.\nThis new King Street spot is as delish as it is beautiful if you can believe it! Their Italian food has Torontonians coming back for more than just a great Instagram.\nvia @barotoronto\n2. Baro // 485 King St W.\nBaro is gorgeously designed from counter to tile. Their Latin inspiration spreads from their food to decor, including their gorgeous patio.\nvia @food.diva\n3. Planta // 1221 Bay St.\nPlanta is vegan, sustainable af, and super gorgeously decorated. This lush resto will make you feel chic while still staying down to earth.\nvia @ciachanel\n4. Leña // 176 Yonge St\nLena is all about the South American flare which can be seen in this photo. Bright colours match these bright, tasty flavours.\nvia @itsemilyellen\n5. Calii Love // 367 King St. W.\nCalii Love is great for a solid poke bowl or delicious coffee while lounging in one of these white chairs.\nvia @e.c_______\n6. Capocaccia Trattoria // 1366 Yonge St.\nEnjoy a creamy pasta dish or a crispy pizza at Capocaccia, while taking in the beautiful decor!\nFor Cafes, click next!\nvia @adelainemorin\n1. Fika // 28 Kensington Ave.\nNot just for book lovers, Fika is a great spot to grab coffee if you're in Kensington. This place has a ton of different unique coffee and tea options with a dope atmosphere.\nvia @nugdetyvarvara\n2. Dark Horse Espresso Bar // Various Locations\nThis espresso bar has been featured on Suits - which should tell you something about how beautiful and yummy it is!\nvia @mlebowie\n3. Dineen Coffee Co. // 140 Yonge. St.\nThis RyHigh cafe is known for its gorgeous Parisian vibe, elegant tiling and mirrors. Not to mention their delicious coffee and pastries.\nvia @petermckinnon\n4. Boxcar Social // Various Locations\nThis coffee shop has notable spots all over the city and for good reason too. Their coffee is one of the smoothest cups around and they also serve up whiskies and craft cocktails later in the day.\nvia @ricoffeeco\n5. Reunion Island Coffee // 385 Roncesvalles Ave.\nReunion does coffee well. And iced tea. And sweets. And aesthetic. So basically everything.\nvia @jimmys_coffee\n6. Jimmy's // Various Locations\nJimmy's is truly one of the nicest spots to do for a good latte in the city. Their salted chocolate chip cookie? Forgetttttaboutit.