The five best places to find the most decadent mac and cheese in Toronto

Hearty dishes are a staple for crisp fall days, with items like veggie-based soups, meat stews and creamy pasta bakes dominating recipe blogs and seasonal menus. We went ahead and rounded up everyone’s tried-and-true comfort food staple: mac and cheese so you can score an indulgent meal when the mood strikes.

Bobbie Sue’s


A shoe-in for everybody’s favourite macaroni and cheese spot, this take-out restaurant has a vast menu to suit everyone’s unique taste. Try the Blue Buffalo Chicken for something different, or keep things typical with the classic five cheese blend.

Smoque N’ Bones


This Southern-style smokehouse on Queen West dishes up slow-cooked meats and traditional sides in a rustic-chic setting. This spot puts its own smokehouse spin on everybody’s favourite side, like the chopped brisket, macaroni folded with “SmoQued” chopped brisket, herb infused butter and topped with crispy breadcrumbs.

The Hogtown Vegan


This well-known vegan spot serves up the best in plant-based eats that skip the meat and dairy but don’t sacrifice flavour. The Mac N’ Cheeze is a cult favourite, made with vegan cheese and customized to your liking with optional additions like vegan bacon bits or vegan fried chicken.

Factory Girl

Factory Girl is a Gastropub on the Danforth that serves up all the pub-food classics including a self-proclaimed “almost famous” macaroni and cheese dish, made with fresh fusilli, alfredo sauce, mushroom, diced tomatoes, mozzarella, cheddar cheese and bread crumbs. Kick it up a notch with house-made spicy sausage.

The Heartbreak Chef

Switch things up and have your mac in a new way with The Mac & Charlie Sandwich, The Heartbreak Chef’s signature five cheese blend creamy macaroni and cheese stuffed inside a grilled cheese. Make it even more indulgent by adding a piece of fried chicken tossed in Carolina butter or Dutty Jerk Sauce for a macaroni and cheese experience you’ve never had before.

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