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You can eat like a star by visiting these Toronto restaurants loved by celebrities.

From Shawn Mendes and Jason Momoa to Elton John, we found out exactly what celebs love to order when in the 6ix so you can try some of these star-approved dishes yourself.

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Elton John

Restaurant: The Senator

Address: 249 Victoria St., Toronto, ON

About: It looks like Sir Elton John loves his comfort food just like the rest of us. He once paid a visit to Toronto's oldest restaurant, the Senator, where he indulged in the Senator Burger according to an Instagram post. Topped with cheddar cheese and Senator sauce, this is one burger that will have you feeling the love.

DJ Khaled

Restaurant: Chubby's Jamaican Kitchen

Address: 104 Portland St., Toronto, ON

About: The DJ and record producer enjoyed a feast at this Caribbean restaurant. According to the venue, he ordered the Saltfish Fritters, Likkle Jamaican Patties, Curry Goat, Jerk Chicken and Rice and Peas. He also purchased some Chubby's Signature Mango Hot Sauce to take home. Who knows, maybe one day he'll be back for "another one."


Restaurant: Trattoria Nervosa

Address: 75 Yorkville Ave., Toronto, ON

About: The singer is known to visit this Italian spot when he's in the 6ix. The restaurant informed Narcity that he enjoys the Capellini Pasta with a protein like grilled chicken or steelhead. As for drinks, the red sangria is his go-to.

Shawn Mendes & Camila Cabello

Restaurant: Chubby's Jamaican Kitchen

Address: 104 Portland St., Toronto, ON

About: Just like DJ Khaled, Shawn and Camila are both fans of Chubby's Jamaican Kitchen. According to the venue, the couple ordered almost everything on the menu, and the Kale and Pomegranate Salad is one of their favourite dishes.

Jason Momoa

Restaurant: PAI Toronto

Address: 18 Duncan St., Toronto, ON

About: The actor has eaten at several restaurants in the city, and is a big fan of PAI Toronto. The venue says he enjoys the Chef Nuit Pad Thai, Green Curry and the Pad Gra Prow. His very favourite? Chef Nuit's Northern Laab Salad.

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