1. Book a table at a celebrity-chef eatery.
Toronto offers an all-star lineup of culinary talent, including Lynn Crawford (Ruby Watchco), Susur Lee (Lee), Marc McEwan (One) and Jamie Kennedy (Gilead), plus noted international chefs like Daniel Boulud (Café Boulud) and David Chang (Momofuku).
2. Sample our global fare.
Toronto’s cultural diversity makes it possible to eat your way around the world via our ethnic neighbourhoods. Devour authentic butter chicken in Little India or grilled souvlaki and saganaki in GreekTown. Brunch on dim sum during a visit to one of several Chinatowns. Fill up on pasta in Toronto’s own Little Italy and Corso Italia.
3. Eat and shop at an historic market.
Visit St. Lawrence Market, one of North America’s top-rated markets. From a Portuguese churrasco BBQ chicken sandwich to a hot-from-the-oven bagel and farm-fresh Ontario produce, it’s the perfect eat-and-browse venue.