Top New Toronto Restaurant Openings In The Past Month

Toronto is a city of foodies, and it’s no wonder with the array of restaurant choices in our vibrant city. Our multicultural city offers every kind of food available, so it’s always exciting to find out the latest openings. So whatever you fancy, you can find something up your alley in our list of the top new restaurant openings in the past month.

Quetzal

 

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A new high-end Mexican restaurant featuring food from all over Mexico. The dishes combine traditional Mexican methods with local Canadian produce, meats, and seafood. It’s a collaboration between Grant Van Gameren, Kate Chomyshyn, Julio Guajardo, and Owen Walker.

Location: 2011 Lawrence Avenue W, #9

Robo Sushi

 

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Looking for something fun? This new AYCE sushi restaurant has a robot escorting you to your seat, and another robot bringing your food. There are also real people serving so don’t worry.

Location: 865 York Mills Road, North York

Alobar

 

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From the same people behind Alo and Aloette, with classic upscale dining.

Location: 162 Cumberland Street, Yorkville

Narami

 

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Discover the taste of handcrafted sushi rolls, and either dine-in or take-out. There’s snow crab, lobster, salmon, tuna, and more, plus a large choice of sakes.

Location: 119 Ossington Avenue

Omni Palace

 

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With 400 locations in China, this is the high-end Chinese noodle chain’s first location in Toronto. Known for its Lanzhou beef noodles, all noodle dishes are hand-pulled. There are 9 different noodles to choose, from thick to angel hair. Watch your noodles being hand-pulled by their expert chefs.

Location: 235 Consumers Road.

Stamps’s Lane

Craving Halifax donairs and other East coast classics? Try their buck-a-shuck oysters, Cape Breton snow crab, Digby scallops, and molasses ice cream. This is a place to satisfy your cravings for Maritime treats.

Location: 371 Roncesvalles Avenue

Ramen Misoya

 

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This Michelin Guide recommended restaurant started in Japan, where ramen is a superfood, now has its first Toronto location. It’s known for its miso-based ramen, a speciality of Hokkaido in Northern Japan. There are four types of ramen, and the miso is imported from Japan.

Location: 646 Queen Street West

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Have you tried any of these restaurants yet? Let us know what you think in the comments!