Toronto foodies rejoice, there are new restos to visit! This month has brought with it some seriously interesting new restaurants that you've got to try. From French street food and British pub eats to First Nations inspired cuisine, there is something for everyone. So check out what's new in the city!
Where: 675 Danforth Ave // The Danforth
Type: Parisian street food
Most popular item: Croque-monsieur
Why you should go: It's the only spot in Toronto to get street food that is inspired by the kind you would find in Paris!
The Anne Boleyn
Where: 287A Richmond St W // Queen West
Type: British pub food
Most popular item: Chicken & waffles
Why you should go: If you love a good pub ambiance and delicious comfort food, this spot will satisfy your desires!
Where: 1058 Gerrard St E // Leslieville
Type: Mexican tapas plates
Most popular item: The tacos
Why you should go: If you want to make the most out of the last bit of patio season and want to change up your taco routine, add this spot to your list!
Where: 107 King St E // King East
Type: Canadian cuisine
Most popular item: Beef tartare
Why you should go: Run by MasterChef Canada judge, Chef Aprile, you get a quality meal inspired by the surrounding food personalities that make Toronto the city it is!
Gare de L'Est
Where: 1190 Dundas St E // Leslieville
Type: French Brasserie
Most popular item: French onion soup and steak tartare
Why you should go: If you are looking for authentic French food with a comfortable yet luxurious ambience, this is the place to visit.
Where: 581 Mt Pleasant Rd // Davisville
Type: First Nations dishes
Most popular item: Roasted elk
Why you should go: This new spot hosts authentic First Nations dishes that pay homage to an Ingenious food culture you need to experience at least once in your lifetime.
The New Broadview Hotel
Where: 106 Broadview Ave // Riverside
Most popular item: Bay scallop ceviche
Why you should go: Whether you are upstairs on the patio or downstair at the bar, you are surrounded by a well dressed venue with eccentric features and can count on delicious food.
Where: 692 Yonge St // Yonge and Bloor
Most popular item: Taiwanese fried chicken
Why you should go: If you love fried chicken and have a seriously empty stomach, this spot will satisfy your craving and introduce you to new takes on a classic favourite!
Where: 1993 Keele St
Most popular item: Steak tacos
Why you should go: This isn't your regular taco joint. The attention to detail from the presentation to the marinades and ingredients used, you can taste the difference of a taco from El Nahual!
Where: 104A The Esplanade // King East
Most popular item: Classic FARMR plate
Why you should go: If you love simply good food that reminds you of dinner with your family on a Sunday night, you will love FARMR!
Where: 123 Front St W // Financial District
Fish, please✋🏼 The brand new @kellys.landing opens today across from Union Station on Front Street serving up some serious food and drink.. Can I get a 🙌🏼 for another gorgeous Downtown Toronto eatery? . . 🎣sustainable salmon || caramelized honey mustard | red rice | quinoa | roasted veg ↪️↪️↪️ 🍗landing wings in spicy jerk | feta dip 🌶sticky toffee pudding || chili salted caramel | vanilla ice cream 🥘curried thai mussels || red curry | lemongrass | red chili | buttery focaccia 🍔apple & dijon turkey burger || chipotle aioli | slaw 🍕sausage picante pizza || spicy fennel sausage | spicy tomato sauce | roasted pepper | mushroom 🛥yacht club || absolut | house-infused mango and kiwi vodka | fresh lime | mango juice | simple syrup (not a vodka girl but this is the ultimate refreshment) 🥒cucumber gin fizz || ungava gin | st.germaine | simple syrup | mint | prosecco ☕️ @caffetrucillo lattes
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Type: Pub food
Most popular item: Tuna poké
Why you should go: This spot is perfect for sports lovers and foodies alike. Enjoy amazing food out on the patio or inside, all the while still having the best view of the game!