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892 reviews
Spanish | King West, Toronto

This is my third time at Patria and again the experience was amazing! The restaurant is beautiful, the service excellent and the food innovative and tasty! We had the paella with scallops and they were absolutely delicious! More

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Canyon Creek - Front StreetCanyon Creek - Front Street
2855 reviews
Steakhouse | Downtown / Financial District, Toronto

Supper for 4 last Saturday - Food was excellent - 3 had Steaks, I had Ribs, delicious fall off the bones. Our waiter was very good, professional and fun with his High Tech note pad. Our go to restaurant in downtown TO. More

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Ki Modern Japanese + Bar - TorontoKi Modern Japanese + Bar - Toronto
1385 reviews
Japanese | Downtown / Financial District, Toronto

. good experience install. More

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The Shore Club - TorontoThe Shore Club - Toronto
1110 reviews
Seafood | Downtown / Financial District, Toronto

Wonderful meal and ambience!! Would definitely go again! Very attentive and knowledgeable servers. More

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BlueBlood SteakhouseBlueBlood Steakhouse
385 reviews
Steakhouse | Midtown / Uptown, Toronto

Amazing service with gorgeous dishes. We really enjoyed our dinner. More

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The Yellow Pear Kitchen1. The Yellow Pear Kitchen
58 reviews
Farm-to-table | St. Catharines, Niagara

Went for father's day breakfast and was thourowly impressed! The flavour of every dish was unique and fresh. Will be going again for sure!!! More

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KOKO! Share Bar2. KOKO! Share Bar
178 reviews
Korean | Yorkville, Toronto

Great food More

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The Restaurant at Pearl Morissette3. The Restaurant at Pearl Morissette
97 reviews
French / Canadian | St. Catharines, Niagara

Lovely, elegant food in a surprising location (a working vineyard and farm in Jordan Ontario). Excellent service and interesting wines. More

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Core4. Core
31 reviews
Canadian | Leslieville / Riverdale, Toronto

A must for foodies! Michelin restaurant level food has come to Leslieville. I highly recommend the tasting menu with the premium wine tasting. The price level is fantastic for the quality of the dishes and the quality of the wine. Excellent service that explained the servings and the wine. Friendly and knowledgeable staff make the experience that much better. More

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Headwaters Restaurant at Millcroft Inn & Spa5. Headwaters Restaurant at Millcroft Inn & Spa
193 reviews
International | Caledon, Peel Region

It was celebration of 30 th anniversary of our first meetin with my wife More

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Bard's on MarketplaceBard's on Marketplace
English | Stratford, Southern Ontario

Bard’s on Market Square is located on the entire main floor of 27 Marketplace. We feature a buck a shuck weekend oyster bar, every Thursday, Friday and Saturday starting at 5:00 PM, an upscale bar, lounge, late night and full dinner menu. We carry 54 beers on taps, our own fully stocked beer market, an extensive wine list, as well as our whiskey bar. Bard’s is the place where you will find casual fine dining in a relaxed fully renovated space.More

Cachet Restaurant + BarCachet Restaurant + Bar
Canadian | Newmarket, York

THE CACHET STORY - A PLACE FOR CONNECTING WITH YOUR COMMUNITY. “It’s not just a business transaction to us; it’s about creating a personal experience.” – Jenn McLachlan, Owner Having spent most of her life in Newmarket, Jenn has always valued the small town feel here. Her first experience as a small business owner came at age 18 when she ran the local post office. She quickly learned the value of community entrepreneurship. But what really gets Chris excited to come to work at Cachet every day is the people. “I love talking to people,” he says. “Working here, I get the opportunity to meet every type of person. Everyone is so different, and we all play our own role in making this crazy world go round.” Of course, Chris’ natural ability to people please compliments the atmosphere here. At Cachet, the tables are more than just a number. We take pride in knowing our guests by face and name, and finding some way of celebrating life with them.More

The Hub at Bard'sThe Hub at Bard's
Canadian | Stratford, Southern Ontario

The Hub is an industrial funky space that includes Stratford’s ONLY three season roof top patio with heaters. Located on the upper floor above Bard’s, it is where you will find live music, 17 flat screen T.V’s including our 120 inch drop down to catch the game on, our fully stocked beer market, 54 beers on tap and daily features.More

Tuk Tuk CanteenTuk Tuk Canteen
Southeast Asian | Roncesvalles, Toronto

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arepa caféarepa café
Latin American | Queen West, Toronto

AREPA is the bread of Venezuelans; a flattened and grilled corn meal bun originating from South America. It is an indigenous dish found mostly in countries like Colombia and Venezuela.

Arepa sandwiches are sold in rural and urban environments alike. Twenty four hour restaurants, in cities like Caracas, make it the ‘queen dish’ on street food.

Arepa Café brought the corn meal sandwich to Urban Toronto – established since 2009 on Queen St. West. The experience has been one of honesty and integrity contributing to the Canadian market and becoming a Venezuelan restaurant selling arepas in DT Toronto.More

Discover Toronto

With population rates soaring in recent years, Toronto has a developed a melting pot of a cuisine in style and flavor. With influences as broad as Korea, Venezuela, Ethiopia, and Eastern Europe, you’ll find both big-named cheffy establishments side-by-side authentic global fare. Frequently used as a backdrop for TV and movies set in New York City, this cosmopolitan food destination is not unlike NY in its serious variety, in particular in the Asian realm (a sector not to be missed on any trip to Toronto) and ubiquity of quality hotdogs. A stroll through Kensington Market showcases the city’s best food finds in a matter of a few blocks that is wholly immersive. And like NYC, if you’re hungry for it, you can find it in Canada’s biggest city.