Five delicious new restaurants to try in Toronto right now

When it comes to delicious new restaurants in the city, Toronto never seems to fall short. From a cute spot in Chinatown serving up delicious Vietnamese food, to Canada’s first artisanal toast bar, here are five new restaurants to check out this weekend.

Revelstoke


Revelstoke is a plant-based restaurant serving up brunch, lunch and dinner with cafe service too. The sibling restaurant of Peterborough’s Revelstoke Cafe and Kitchen, the new spot’s menu consists of handhelds like the base camp burger, a Beyond burger on a toasted brioche bun served with salad or fries ($20), the apres- ski burrito made with cauliflower and veg ($17), as well as salads and bowls, a $20 all-day breakfast menu and  starters like mushroom poutine ($15).

Revelstoke is located at 195 Carlton St.

Karahi Point


Karahi Point just opened a new location at 60 Overlea Blvd. The spot for authentic Pakistani cuisine offers a menu rich and packed full of spice with a secret ingredient – “honesty” making the food even tastier. The menu features an eclectic mix of sharing plates which play homage to the owner’s mother and his Pakistani roots. Sizzling BBQ plates include chicken tikka ($17.99), the beef bahari kabob ($17.99) and there’s also vegetable curry rice and signature karahi inlcuding the goat peshwari, a traditional dish from the Dara-e-Khyber ($42.99).

Karahi Point is located at 60 Overlea Blvd.

Oasis Shawarma and Wings


Etobicoke just got a delicious new spot for shwarma and wings with a focus on fresh,  seasonal ingredients  and homemade dishes. On the menu is a handful of platters that are served with garlic potatoes, three spreads, salad, rice and meat including  chicken shwarma ($17.99), kofta kabob ($19.80) and the royal falafel platter ($17.99). There’s also a hearty selection of wing dishes, wraps and Indian rolls as well as soups and salads.

Oasis Shawarma and Wings is located at 3308 Lakeshore Blvd. W.

Banh Haus


Banh Haus is a new spot in Chinatown for delicious Vietnamese food. The term bánh translates to “cake” or “bread” but refers to a wide variety of prepared foods that can easily be eaten by hands or chopsticks. The menu consists of a wide selection of Vietnamese dishes including pho ever ($15) summer rolls ($4), salads and soup bowls, as well as snacks like prawn chips ($3) and grilled quail ($6.25).

Banh Haus is located at 81 Huron St.

We  Love Toast


If you like bread (really, who doesn’t?) you’re going to fall for We Love Toast, Canada’s first artisanal toast bar. Located inside Stackt Market the spot was founded by Nigerian-born, two-time Olympian Segun Makinde. For those with a sweet tooth, there’s the classic comfort toast made with melted butter, brown sugar, cinnamon maple syrup and honey; if you’re more of a savoury person, there’s the beet and avo toast and an ice cream toast topped with (you guessed it!) ice cream, nutella, chocolate chips and chocolate and caramel drizzle.

We Love Toast is located at  28 Bathurst St.