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  • Latin Taste

    Kensington Market always comes to mind when thinking of where to find a cluster of Latin-American eats. Latin Taste is a quaint bakery that peddles predominantly handhelds of the empanada, sandwich and tamal variety. On weekends only you’ll find a small menu of Peruvian dishes such as arroz con pollo and ceviche. On the sweet

  • Jumbo Empanadas

    Since October of 1991, Jumbo Empanadas has been bringing the taste of Santiago to Kensington Market. Sometimes a name says it all, so no points for guessing what the speciality might be at Jumbo Empanadas. Here, the South American street food comes in the veggie, beef and chicken variety. Though empanadas may be the star

  • El Almacen

    Take a trip throughout Latin America without leaving Queen West at El Almacen. This cafe specializes in mate, a earthy tasting drink made from the yerba mate, a species of holly. The drink, which at El Almacen is served in a gourd and drank through a filter-tipped metal straw called a bombilla, is ubiquitous in

  • In the heart of the bustling Beach neighbourhood, Neruda is spreading Latin, Middle Eastern and Mediterranean flavours over the world’s longest open flame. Executive chef Romain Avril behind the city’s La Societé and Lavelle, aimed for the skies when constructing the inside of this restaurant. With one of Canada’s biggest dry-age room and a capacity

  • Latin World

    Since its 2019 facelift, Latin World has decided to leave its drab beginnings behind and fiesta into the future. With a renovated restaurant featuring bright yellow walls, Mexican textiles and trinkets hanging from the wall, it’s hard not to feel like celebrating when walking in here. This restaurant/grocery store is selling and serving Latin American

  • Maiz Latin Food

    Maiz Latin Food is a place where latin flavours intermingle on the plate. Playing off simple ingredients and traditional preparations, Maiz wants to bring the flavours of the Latin community to Toronto. With corn as the foundation for most of its dishes, it is important that Maiz uses only the best and freshest locally grown

  • Mexican Amigos

    Spice up your life at Richmond Hill’s Mexican Amigos. This beacon for all things Mexican and Latin American cuisine is the perfect place to meet with friends for a couple cervezas and a delicious meal. Specializing in tacos, burritos and fajitas, this menu is full of all the Tex-Mex munchies you’re looking for. With a

  • lula lounge- spread

    Take a trip to Havana without leaving Toronto at Lula Lounge’s Friday and Saturday Cuban salsa nights. Enjoy a three course meal, beginner salsa lesson and live performances by Toronto’s greatest salsa bands. Not one for a sizzling salsa? Just come in for dinner. Either way, you won’t be disappointed. Sink your teeth into the

  • Right off of Queen Street East lies Completo, a cosy South American sandwich and snack shop. Completo is complete with a lot of outdoor seating in the front, tables and picnic benches both included. The menu is simple and to the point: some sandwiches, some meal boxes, some fries with add-ons available. One menu favourite

  • xango

    Peru and Japan meet Uruguay, Vietnam, and Thailand on the same plate at one of King West's most creative entries

  • Ave Maria Latin Cafe

    True to its name, Ave Maria Latin Cafe features food and grocery products with origins spanning from Argentina, Ecuador and Peru to Colombia, Venezuela and Mexico. Run by husband-and-wife duo Maria-Jose Suarez and Aland Portillo, both of whom are native Colombians, the food menu features traditional Latin American dishes like arepas, empanadas and tamales. Customers

  • Cielito Rico

    This family-owned eatery offers a classic menu of Latin American eats with an emphasis on Mexican fare, such as carnitas and tamales. Lunch combos come with rice and refried beans, and they also do breakfast options like sincronizada, which is a grilled tortilla filled with refried beans, ham and cheese. The shop also contains an

  • In Kensington Market, tourists line up for glitzy, Instagrammable food shops while the jewel of the neighbourhood remains hidden by the facade of a Latin American grocery store. But, past racks of corn chips and masa, beyond the fridge filled with queso fresco and chorizo and the freezer hiding aji Amarillo and aji rocoto, is

  • Baro

    Almost six months to the day since Valdez closed its doors, chef Steve Gonzalez and the team are back. They've moved just a hop, skip and jump from the former digs on King West and opened Baro (or Valdez 2.0) in a 15,000 square-foot space spread over four floors.