The Toronto Eaton Centre Is Getting A Giant New Food Hall With Globally-Inspired Dishes

There will be 15 food stalls and a bar.

Dining hall at Toronto Eaton Centre.
Associate Editor

Dining hall at Toronto Eaton Centre.

You shopping trips are about to get a little more delicious with the arrival of a new dining concept at the CF Toronto Eaton Centre. A giant "food emporium" is set to open this fall 2023 and it will feature tons of globally-inspired fare.

The new dining space, called Queen's Cross, will span 19,000 square-feet across Level One of the shopping centre's south side.

Food stalls at Queen's Cross.Food stalls at Queen's Cross.CF Toronto Eaton Centre | CNW

Conceptualized be the Eaton Centre and Oliver & Bonacini Hospitality, Queen's Cross will offer a "carefully curated collection of 15 unique food stalls" as well as a café and bar. The emporium will be able to seat 300 guests.

"Our team has been busy flexing our creative muscles to come up with a fresh and fun mix of fast-casual concepts and menus," said Anthony Walsh, O&B's Corporate Executive Chef in a press release.

"We are excited to create an approachable dining destination within an iconic location that matches the energy of downtown Toronto, as well as welcome food lovers from all over the city."

Entrance to Queen's Cross.Entrance to Queen's Cross.Courtesy of CF Toronto Eaton Centre

The space will have an "industrial chic aesthetic" with pops of neon and leafy greenery. The food includes a mix of quick-service brands as well as concepts from local restaurants like Maison Selby.

You can expect to dine at spots like:

  • Le Petit Cornichon
  • Captain Neon Sushi + Bowls
  • Curryosity
  • Gil's Fish & Chipperie
  • Red Sauce
  • Swanky Burger
  • Lala's Cantina
  • Underground Sandwich
  • Happy Tangle
  • Beauty's Fried ChickenCross Bar – coffee and lounge
Another new dining concept by O&B called The Constance Taverne is set to open at the CF Toronto Eaton Centre in spring 2023 so there will be no shortage of food places to try.

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Madeline Forsyth
Associate Editor
Madeline Forsyth is an Associate Travel Editor for Narcity Media focused on Canadian and global travel and is based in Toronto, Ontario.