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  • Toronto’s vegan mecca is taking on Asian-inspired plant-based cuisine at Planta Queen. Since the opening of the Yorkville location, Planta has been leading the way for the vegan fine dining scene. The Queen location goes to new heights as its menu is completely inspired by the flavours of Japan and China. Featuring menu items like

  • Restaurateur and CEO of the Chase Hospitality Group, Steven Salm, has heard your pleas with the group’s newest addition, Planta, with chef David Lee at the helm. It has found a new home in the former spot that was Pangaea at Bay and Cumberland.

  • 103466This cheerful Thornhill restaurant offers breakfast, lunch, and dinner, but it’s best known for its hearty breakfast and brunch. An open kitchen and warm wood walls give the restaurant a relaxed, welcoming ambiance. The dishes at Ramona’s Kitchen are as homey as the vibes, with the brunch menu featuring a line-up of comforting classics like

  • Red bean waffle house

    This Korean bakery is affiliated with North York’s beloved Kim’s A La Cart. The North York cart was part of the city’s plan to introduce more diverse street food to the people of Toronto and is the only vendor that lasted from the project. Since Kim’s A La Cart needed a commercial kitchen to prep

  • rosedale diner

    For more than four deacades, the Rosedale diner has been a staple in the community. Family owned-and operated since 1981, when husband-and-wife team Dubi and Esti Filar took over the space and injecting it with their passion for food and their unwavering commitment for fostering a sense of togetherness. The eatery has consistently earned accolades

  • Sisters & Co is a cheerful brunch spot located in Trinity-Bellwoods. Co-owners Hilary, Michelle and Vivian have been friends for over 10 years. They consider themselves to be as close as sisters, giving Sisters & Co its name, and founded the restaurant to celebrate their shared passion for food and hospitality. Sisters & Co specializes

  • Co-owners and best friends Hilary, Michelle and Vivian founded Sisters & Co on the principles of friendship, diversity and good food. The dishes at this Trinity Bellwoods spot are comprised of simple but fresh ingredients with an Asian flare. The menu features items, like spicy tomato oxtail stew and chicken katsu club sandwich, as well

  • A famous bard once said, “If music be the food of love, play on.” That said, if Shakespeare were alive today, he’d probably be a regular at Midtown’s soon-to-be opened Spin Dessert Cafe. There, you'll be able to choose song-inspired dessert options such as Chris de Burgh's Lady in Red (a strawberry and vanilla two-scoop sundae) or Dave Matthews Band’s So Much to Say (a hazelnut creme and banana ice cream waffle).

  • You really can’t go wrong with a place that’s all about waffles. And I mean literally all about waffles. Eggs Benny? Ditch the English muffins and get poached eggs and hollandaise on waffles. Chicken club? Who needs sliced bread when you’ve got waffles?

  • Step inside to an old-fashioned-style ice cream parlour complete with checkered floors, marble counters and the familiar humming of many retro neon fixtures with the Big Chill. For over a decade, these guys have been Little Italy’s destination for birthday parties, corporate events and an after-dinner sweet treat. When summer rolls around and the patio

  • the civic

    Eastside restaurant veterans John Sinopoli and Erik Joyal (Ascari Enoteca, Gare de L’Est Brasserie) have been quite busy over the past little while. They built four kitchens in the span of a year, half of them are in the Broadview Hotel, where the duo manages the entire food program from the café to the rooftop patio to the hotel restaurant, The Civic.

  • Since its opening, the Federal has become a well-known destination for the west end brunch crowd. Matching a homey interior with comforting grub, the eatery is the creation of friends Zach Slootsky, Duncan MacNeill, Joe Zabukovec and Adam Janes — most of whom still work other gigs on the side. At the Federal, they serve

  • The Inside Scoop is Toronto’s ice cream dream come true. With over 40 premium ice cream flavours, including dairy-free, sorbet and soft serve flavours, there’s no limit to the exuberant creations that can be made. Alongside scoops and litres full of ice cream, The Inside Scoop offers fully loaded ice cream masterpieces, including sundaes, milkshakes,

  • Whether you’re looking for sweet, savoury or a something in between, Uncle Betty’s Diner is the place to go when looking for a hearty midtown meal. The vibrant diner sits on the corner of Yonge Street and Albertus Avenue and is unmissable with its sky-blue painted storefront. The orange interior matched with diner furniture and

  • An authentic Jewish deli with respect for tradition, Zelden’s is taking pastrami tips from its families matriarch and former owner of Zely’s Deli. As one of the newcomers to the city’s midtown deli scene, Zelden’s is not looking to step on any toes. It want to share its bubby’s spicy and delicious pastrami recipe with