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20 Comfort Foods That Will Warm You Up On A Cold Toronto Day

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20 Comfort Foods That Will Warm You Up On A Cold Toronto Day

It's officially December, which means that the final days of fall are quickly fading behind us. Though we've been fortunate enough to only have a minor amount of snowfall so far this season, with winter fast approaching it's crucial that you find shelter from the cold temperatures ahead in the form of warm, delicious comfort food.

Luckily for you, we've prepared a list of go-to restaurants in Toronto for all the winter foods you will most definitely be craving all season long. If you've got any other recommendations, we'd be happy to hear them in the comment section below!

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1. Pho at Golden Turtle // 125 Ossington Ave

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2. Fondue at Carens Wine and Cheese Bar // 125 Ossington Ave

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3. Pierogies at Loaded Pierogi // 9-1/2 Church St

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4. Chicken Pot Pie at Bannock // 401 Bay St

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5. Hot Chocolate at SOMA Chocolate // 32 Tank House Lane

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6. Matzo Ball Soup at Caplansky's Deli // 356 College St

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7. Dumplings at Mother's Dumplings // 421 Spadina Ave

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8. Full English Breakfast at The Oxley // 121 Yorkville Ave

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9. Meat Pie at The Pie Commission // 887 Dundas St W

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10. Hot Chili at Black Camel // 4 Crescent Rd

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11. Miso Soup at Delica Kitchen // 913 Queen St E

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12. Hot Pot at Buk Chang Dong Soon Tofu // 691 Bloor St W

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13. Poutine at Smoke's Poutinerie // 218 Adelaide St W

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14. Mac 'n Cheese at Bobbie Sue's // 162 Ossington Ave

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15. Butter Chicken at Butter Chicken Factory // 556 Parliament St

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16. Apple Pie at The Rolling Pin // 3429 Yonge St

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17. BBQ Brisket at Barque Smokehouse // 299 Roncesvalles Ave

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18. Classic Spaghetti Pomodoro at Campagnolo // 832 Dundas St W

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19. Jamaican Oxtail at Mr. Jerk // 209 Wellesley St E

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20. Sloppy Joe at White Brick Kitchen // 641 Bloor Street W

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