Toronto's plethora of ethnic food places is a direct result of its multiculturalism. The beauty of living in Toronto is that there's always something new to try out, whether it's a new restaurant like The Captain's Boil, which just opened in North York last month, or a unique activity like riding a Segway through the Distillery District. In this way, one could say that Torontonians are somewhat 'tourists' of their own city.\nIn honour of Toronto's multiculturalism, here are 10 restaurants you need to try to this holiday season:\n1. Los Colibris (Mexican) // 220 King St W\nLos Colibris is an upscale Mexican restaurant that serves authentic and uncompromising Mexican dishes. Make sure to try their chilies en nogada (poblano chilies, picadillo and walnut sauce); it won't disappoint!\n2. Lai Wah Heen (Chinese) // 108 Chestnut St\nLai Wah Heen stands for 'luxurious meeting place' and it certainly lives up to that translation. They serve a variety of delicious Chinese and Hong Kong-style dishes and offer group deals as well.\nPhoto cred - notey.com\n3. Rhum Corner (Jamaican) // 926 Dundas St W\nRhum Corner was inspired by the owner's husband, who loved to drink and serve rum and cokes to friends at the Cocktail Bar on the corner. It offers great Haitian food and, of course, lots and lots of rum.\nPhoto cred - zomato.ca\n4. Volos (Greek) // 133 Richmond St W\nVolos takes a selection of Greek dishes and puts its own twist on them using local Canadian ingredients. Along with lunch and dinner, they also have a pre-theatre menu for customers who have a show to attend later.\nPhoto cred camwheeler.com\n5. Enoteca Sociale (Italian) // 1288 Dundas St W\nEnoteca Sociale is an Italian red wine bar inspired by Roman life. It has a selection of superb Italian dishes, including smoked spaghetti (Manila clams, fennel sausage, chili and parsley) and gnocci (tomato, chili and smoked ricotta).\nPhoto cred - pukka.com\n6. Pukka (Indian) // 778 St Clair W\nPukka is an Indian restaurant with a vibrant atmosphere. It has a variety of family-style options that are great for group sit-ins.\nPhoto cred - dinehere.ca\n7. Chiado (Portugese) // 864 College St\nChiado is the creation of one of North America's leading chefs, Albino Silva. His roasted beef tenderloin, grilled Atlantic salmon and sinfully-sweet desserts are must-trys.\nPhoto cred - blog.rebeccalo.ca\n8. Le Select Bistro (French) // 432 Wellington St W\nLe Select Bistro offers an eating experience with all the charm and whimsy of an authentic French restaurant. Aside from their stellar menu, they also have a great list of indulgent French wines.\nPhoto cred - jeanspiration.com\n9. Lamesa (Filipino) // 669 Queen St W\nLamesa is great choice for traditional Filipino cuisine. They offer a lot of unique dishes for the adventurous tongue, like pork octopus dinuguan (pork and octopus in pig blood stew).\nPhoto cred - mtlblog.com\n10. Kinka Izakaya (Japanese) // 389 Church St\nKinka Izakaya is a Japanese tapas bar. They offer party options for groups of 4 as well as birthday specials.