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21 Spots In Toronto You've Got To Eat At If You Haven't Already

It seems that there is always a new restaurant opening in the city, so much so that it can be hard to keep up with your list of places to eat if you are a part-time foodie! Luckily for you, we've compiled our favourite spots in the city that you've got to eat at ASAP if you haven't already!

From Italian to Korean fried chicken and dumplings, there is a place for anyone's taste. So get ready to add these spots to your list, or just use this list entirely to fuel your future foodie-endeavors! 


Where: 633 King St W

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Oretta has been massively popular and for good reason! They serve up staple Italian eats and the atmosphere inside is super inviting. Pair their incredible dishes with the design inside and you've got yourself your new favourite food spot! Definitely, check out their charcuterie boards and Cavoletti salad if you end up visiting.


Mother's Dumplings

Where: 421 Spadina Ave

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If you are looking for delicious food that won't break the bank, look no further than your new favourite spot! Mother's Dumpling serves up a great selection of dumplings whether you want them pan fried or steamed. Plus their dough twists and potato pancakes are the perfect dishes to accompany your dumpling order!


Piano Piano

Where: 88 Harbord St

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Piano Piano is a great resto for anybody who loves Italian food, or just great food in general! Though, if you do want to eat here you are going to want to boko a reservation considering this place has been hot on the food market!


Bar Raval

Where: 505 College St

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Bar Raval hands down has got to be one of the coolest bars in the city- and I'm not just talking about the set up inside. Apart from the insane wood interior, their tapas menu is delicious and their cocktail menu allows you tons of options for what you want to pair your eats with!


Miss Things

Where: 1279 Queen St W

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Miss Things is another sick spot in the city. The trpical theme inside is impossible not to love and their pinapple bowls are a fun way to spice up an already delicious dish.


Old School

Where: 800 Dundas St W

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If you are looking for the perfect breakfast or brunch spot, Old School is the place to go! From their blueberry pancakes to their mac and cheese or eggs benedict, this place is guaranteed to be your new favourite spot for Sunday brunch!


Good Fortune

Where: 130 Eglinton Ave E

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Good Fortune is a "secret bar" in the city that serves a pretty small menu, but trust me when I say that everything on it is delicious. From their finger food to their drinks options and the incredible ambiance, you'll find yourself claiming this spot as your new watering hole after your first visit!



Where: 3 Charles St E

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Wish is the perfect restaurant for any kind of meal! From their increidble breakfast and brunch menus to their dinner service, the food is always tastey and the interior is unlike anything offered in the city!


The Chase

Where: 10 Temperance St

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If you are a seafood lover you have got to visit The Chase at least once in your life. Not only is the view from the top patio unbelievable, but their menu of fresh seafood is impeccable. Definitely, splurge on the diamond platter considering you'll get to try all the seafood they've got to offer- and trust me when I say you won't be disappointed.


Chimac Pub & Fried Chicken

Where: 500 Queen St W

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Who doesn't love some quality fried chicken? Chimac not only serves up the classic dish, but they offer tons of different topping options to give the classic food a new spin. Alfredo fried chicken anybody?



Where: 107 King St E

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Copetin recently hit the Toronto foodie scene in a big way considering the homey interior and crazy detailed dishes. They feature a Canadian-inspired cuisine so if you are looking to enjoy some food inspired by the great country you call home, this is the place to visit!


Kupfert and Kim 

Where: 150 King St W

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Whether you are a vegan/vegetarian or not, non meat eaters and meat eaters alike love Kupfert and Kim! From their incredible salad bowls to their smoothies and smoothie bowls, everything on their menu is fresh, healthy and delicious!



Where: 420 Queen St W

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The poké bowl craze has taken the city by storm, and who can blame people who love it?! Pokito serves up some incredible poké bowls as well as sushi burritos and other spins on the dish that make for the perfect trendy, yet still delicious meal!


Bobbie Sue's Mac and Cheese

Where: 162 Ossington Ave #3

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Who said mac and cheese needs to come out of a box? Bobbie Sue's serves up some of the best mac the city has to offer, and their extensive list of options will have you craving types of mac and cheese you didn't even know existed!


Fancy Franks

Where: 326 College St

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Toronto's street meat game is insane, but Fancy Franks takes the classic street food to a whole new level. Whether you choose to grab one of their signature concotions or build your own, you are garunteed an incredible hot dog. Definitely don't forget to order their Nutella donuts though, they are a star in their own right!



Where: 106 John St

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SU&BU were the Toronto curators of the sushi burger and since then have become massively popular for it. If you aren't in the market for their feature creation, grab yourself a poké bowl or sushitto!



Where: 295 Adelaide St W

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Figo serves up food that is as delicious as the space is gorgeous! From their flower painted ceiling to the incredible bar, you'll find it hard to leave this place after your meal is done. Definitely, order the burrata pizza and beef carpaccio if you can considering they are some of the most delicious items on the menu!


La Cubana 

Where: 92 Ossington Ave

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Who doesn't love a good Cuban sandwich?! La Cubana serves up some incredible sandwiches and conch fritters inside an adorable venue that looks like a better and much more polished version of an old-school diner!


King Taps

Where: 100 King St W

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King Taps is the place to go if you are looking for the perfect spot to grab some bar food and drinks. Whether you are catching the game or catching up with friends, they've got tons of drink options and some incredible pizza to cpa off your night!


Tennessee Tavern

Where: 1554 Queen St W

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While the adorable patio is closed for the season, the interior of Tennesse Tavern and the food they serve up inside will definitely keep you coming back in the colder months! From their pretzel boards and other homey eats to the eccentric interior- if you haven't been already, this spot is going to be your new favourite place!


La Palma 

Where: 849 Dundas St W

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La Palma has become crazy popular for their aesthetic interior and 100 layer lasagna. They serve up a ton of other incredible dishes inside the adorable spot but definitely make sure to bring your camera or prepare to whip out your phone once or twice to capture the adorable space and food!


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