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19 Best Cheap Eats By Neighbourhood In Toronto

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19 Best Cheap Eats By Neighbourhood In Toronto

The only thing that can make already delicious food better, is a cheap price! Toronto has numerous options for those who are trying to keep their budget to a minimum but don't want to sacrifice taste and quality.  We have compiled a list of amazing and cheap restaurants ordered by neighbourhood.  Be sure to check out one of these local spots!

1. Schmaltz Appetizing // The Annex

Photo Cred - @linhhuynhh

2. Moo Frites // Baldwin Village

3. Zane Patisserie // Beaches

4. Grillway Souvlaki House - Subs & Burgers // Bloor West Village

5. Dumpling House Resturaunt // China Town

6. Circus Coffee House // Danforth

Photo cred - @ennedy.crawford

7. Brick Street Bakery // Distillery District

8. Jax Sweet Shoppe // Dundas West

9. 850 Degree // Etobicoke

10. Jumbo Burgers // The Junction

11. Seven Lives Tacos Y Mariscos // Kensington

Photo cred - @b2cho

12. Noodle King // King East

13. Avenue Open Kitchen // King West

14. The Fish Store // Little Italy

15. Loga's Corner // Parkdale

16. Mean Bao// Queen West

Photo cred -@briarbound

17. Salad King // Yonge & Dundas

18. Coach House Restaurant // Yonge & Wellesley

19. Salad Days // Yorkville

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