Directory of the hottest Toronto restaurants - Streets Of Toronto
Filter

Filter:

Reset

Sort:

Results for Restaurants
Showing 1 - 20 of 35
  • Actinolite

    Holed up on an off-the-radar strip of Ossington, this contemporary Canadian restaurant turns out eye-opening fare. The level of respect chef-owner Justin Cournoyer has for the land, for the seasons and for the climate is palpable in every dish. All is local and seasonal, at Actinolite and the ethos permeates every aspect of the business.

  • Congee Queen

    Congee Queen is a multi-location Chinese food restaurant with six restaurants across the GTA. Its flagship store is located in Thornhill, although its most popular is in Mississauga at Dundas Street and Highway 427. Congee is a type of rice porridge which tends to be served alongside protein and other side dishes. At Congee Queen,

  • Domaine MaMo

    This restaurant is bringing the taste of the Mediterranean to Midtown by offering traditional dishes inspired by French-Italian regional cuisine. With an owner who has been a restaurateur in Midtown for three decades and a chef who has worked in Michelin-starred restaurants across France, it’s no surprise Domaine Mamo has perfected the art of French

  • DZO-VIET-CLAY-POT

    Ever miss the days of strolling through the night markets of Vietnam, collecting snacks as you peruse all the different vendors? Well DZO Viet Eatery has brought the night markets of Hội An to Toronto. This Dundas West eatery is an ode to Vietnam with an influence of vibrant Mexican cuisine. It is the ultimate

  • EDO-ko Toronto

    This is where Forest Hill folks in the know go for sushi, all for good reasons. EDO is to the plethora of bargain sushi joints as a Bymark burger is to a Big Mac. The fish is impeccable, the kitchen both expert and careful. Whether it’s pristine fatty tuna sashimi to be inhaled with joy

  • eggstatic-brunch

    The name says it all: Eggstatic is all about serving breakfast and brunch dishes to brighten your morning. Many of the dishes at this inviting Bayview restaurant have a Middle Eastern twist: Think savoury beef shakshuka waffles or scotch eggs filled with kafta beef. A wall decorated with frying pans and a sunny front window

  • El Trompo Toronto

    Complete with a folky mural, El Trompo is like walking into Mexico City, despite being in the heart of Kensington Market. The taco bar and cactus grill serves traditional Mexican fare. Whether it’s chile con huevo (scrambled eggs in a green salsa) for breakfast or melted cheese served in a clay pot for lunch, many

  • Emma's Country Kitchen Toronto

    Fast friends since first working together some seven years ago, Rachel Pellett and Heather Mee had long dreamt of opening up their own eatery. The duo officially opened Emma’s Country Kitchen today as something of an ode to Pellett’s grandmother, who ran a restaurant of the same name near Caledon. Keeping things homey and simple, the kitchen serves up fresh baked goods in addition to frozen meals and a weekend brunch.

  • Figo

    Right in the heart of Toronto’s downtown entertainment district, Figo offers Italian-inspired cuisine in a sleek, elegant and modern setting. Figo employs contemporary cooking techniques when making its meals with only the freshest and finest ingredients. Here you can find made-from-scratch pastas, wood-oven pizzas, and house-made ricotta, the last of which very few other places

  • FLOCK Rotisserie + Greens

    Flock from chef Cory Vitiello (Harbord Room, THR and Co.) opened its doors yesterday in the city’s Entertainment district. It joins the North America-wide trend to rotisserie chicken.

  • FLOCK rotisserie + greens (Yonge Sheppard Centre)

    Toronto favourite FLOCK rotisserie + greens’s sixth location has nestled itself amongst the other great food choices at the newly renovated Yonge Sheppard Centre. Diners can expect to see their favourite dishes from any of the downtown locations and the same made-from-scratch each day principle. Of course, the rotisserie chicken is as juicy and comes

  • Fresh on Eglinton

    Starting as a stand-alone juice bar, Toronto’s first hot spot for stand-alone raw and cold pressed juices has become the city’s largest plant-based restaurant chain. Fresh on Eglinton is one of five locations from owners Ruth Tal, Barry Alper and Jennifer Huston. Starting as a juice company making small plant-based treats for an on-the-go crowd,

  • Friggitello

    Named for a staple Italian chilli pepper, Friggitello is a Kensington hotspot for Meditteranean cuisine. According to the restaurant’s website, the friggitello, which is more commonly known as the “pepperoncini” in North America, has been used in a pickled form for generations as a pairing with a variety of Mediterranean meals. This pepper is paired

  • Golosita

    Owner Davide Napoli has crafted a small menu featuring everything you’d want from a meal as close as you’ll get to what Nonna makes. Golista’s menu includes a pasta dish or two and focuses on perfect Italian sandwiches. You’ll find meatball (Polpette), Italian sausage (Salsiccia), and plenty of other options that include homemade sauces and prime meats.

  • Hancook

    Cheesy dakgalbi is the speciality at Korea Town’s Hancook. The Bloor West hot spot for cheesy goodness is serving up some of the most authentic and delicious dakgalbi in the city. At Hancook, they are focused on using fresh and local ingredients to make the most traditional Korean grub they can, and it shows. Hancook

  • Hong Kong Island Bakery

    This no-frills Chinatown bakery offers an array of traditional baked goods, from sesame balls to egg tarts. Most pastries are displayed in a self-service area, where customers can pick their own items and then pay at the front counter. Hong Kong Island Bakery’s prices are rock-bottom, with many baked goods available for less than $1.

  • Hooked

    Kristin and Dan Donovan’s Leslieville seafood shop, Hooked, has been keeping east-enders up to their ears in sustainable fish since March of last year. Tapping into Toronto’s desire for ethically-sourced products ensured the duo’s runaway success, and they’ve already embarked on the next step, opening up a “wee shop” in Kensington Market.

  • Hooked

    Chef Dan Donovan, formerly of Jamie Kennedy Wine Bar, opened Hooked, “the knowledgeable fish store,” around four weeks ago, and the hook is sustainability. The sign is merely a banner in the window; its website is a one-page, text-only intro with a link to its Facebook page. Donovan says Hooked has such a strong community

  • House of Chan

    Restaurants don’t stay open for over 50 years unless they’re doing something very much right. House of Chan, with its iconic green awning punctuated by a red dragon, has been the place Toronto diners have come to for the finest USDA steaks, Maritime lobster and gourmet Cantonese and Sichuan cuisine. Enjoy classic comfort soups like

  • House of Gourmet

    One can be overwhelmed with choices when it comes to choosing a spot to eat in Chinatown. House of Gourmet is one of those one-stop-spots. Its extensive menu covers the gamut of your Chinese food craving du jour from Hong Kong-style cafe dishes such as baked rice in an assortment of sauces to congee and