The Toronto restaurant scene has continued to expand and develop into one of the largest culinary scenes in North America. The large diversity in Toronto has been influential in creating such a unique food culture. New restaurants are constantly popping up and we’re really impressed with what we’re seeing! Check out our favourite new restaurants that are trending right now. With beautiful interiors and delicious food, you are in for a treat:
This spot serves jerk chicken, curries & Jamaican bites, plus tropical cocktails served in a resort-like setting.
This vibrant restaurant serves vegan Mexican food and is located in the Financial District.
This Mediterranean spot has a beautiful open kitchen and is located in the brand new Anndore House, Toronto’s newest boutique hotel.
4. Paris Paris
Find snacks and a huge range of wines you can’t find anywhere else at this unpretentious hipster wine bar.
This cafe and restaurant serves a range of hot and cold drinks as well as the most authentic hummus, halva and a variety of sandwiches and hot dishes.
This stylish and artfully presented Peruvian restaurant has a menu representing Peru’s diverse culinary scene from Chef Stuart Cameron of Byblos and Patria.
From the owners behind Otto’s Bierhalle and Otto’s Berlin, this hot new Asian fusion restaurant just opened with plenty of speciality cocktails and craft beer.
Founder is a cocktail and snack bar that celebrates Toronto’s creative spirit designed as an intimate, elegant, and comfortable space for your conversations.
Start your morning off right and stop by Drake Mini Bar for espresso-based coffees + stellar breakfast options. Enjoy shareable plates made entirely from scratch with handcrafted cocktails.
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Are you going to try out any of these restaurants? Let us know in the comments.
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