Directory of the hottest Toronto restaurants - Streets Of Toronto




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  • 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

  • Galleria Supermarket

    The biggest Korean grocery store in Canada opens this weekend at York Mills and Don Mills. Galleria Supermarket, located north of the Shops at Don Mills, is a 40,000-square-foot soon-to-be mecca for lovers of bulgogi, japchae and kimchi.

  • Khorak Supermarket

    A community hub and one of the best places for casual Iranian food in the city, Khorak Supermarket opened 30 years ago and has grown with the local Persian community near Yonge and Steeles. After picking up groceries, hungry shoppers return to the hot table for a meal of kebabs, saffron rice, lamb shanks and

  • McEwan's

    McEwan’s gourmet grocery truly has it all. This Yorkville spot takes up its building’s entire concourse level with a sushi bar, Fabbrica Pizza outpost, rotisserie station, on-site butcher, all-day café, rows of groceries and more. Clearly it needs all that room. Pioneered my Mark McEwan of his namesake group, this spot is revolutionizing the game

  • Pusateri's

    As the city’s leading high-end grocery store, Pusateri’s has an eye for fine foods. Open since 1963, this gourmet grocer has the best collection of fresh and artisanal imported products, as well as the best from local butchers and farmers globally and across Ontario. Pusateri’s has made its mark on the city with three upscale

  • summerhill market- green gazpacho

    Deep in the heart of Rosedale, Summerhill Market has been the neighbourhood’s favourite boutique grocery store since 1954. Specializing in very high-quality products and ingredients, this grocery store is where you can find homemade artisanal goods like cookies, breads, energy balls, salads and the crispiest, most crunchiest chips of your life. In addition, Summerhill carries

  • The Healthy Butcher

    Buying healthy meat that was raised humanely should be easier and more accessible. This problem is the solution to which the Healthy Butcher is the answer. The meat only comes from animals that were raised humanely and fed a diet of real food that is natural to their diet without the injection of drugs. True

  • A stone’s throw from Trinity Bellwoods Park, the Lucky Penny General Store and Cafe is essentially the community’s one-stop everything shop. The grocery store and café carries fresh produce, boutique cheeses, Sense Appeal coffee (available by the bag) and bread from Blackbird Baking Co. and Fred’s Bread. Pretty much everything available comes from local Toronto