Restaurant hopping is a must for a foodie. You may have tasted a bit of western cuisine and some eastern delicacies, but both sides of the culinary world can be found in Toronto. Once you have your itinerary and einreise kanada, head to Toronto and immerse yourself in the food culture of the Canadian city. While there are plenty of restaurants to visit in Toronto, some restaurants offer quality food and services that stand out from the rest.
Below are three restaurants in Toronto that you should check out before anything else:
This restaurant has a pleasant blend of the 70s feel and home atmosphere. It is like going into your favorite auntie’s house for her savory and hearty dishes. The restaurant is decorated in vintage tableware and lined with indoor plants. It may not feel fancy like in high-end restaurants, but it has a feeling that brings you back to when you had supper at home – relaxed and refreshed. Among their items on the menu include Scandi shrimp sandwich, salad with butter dressing, Spanish tortilla, a ham plate, a selection of pastries, and various non-alcoholic beverages. It is run by Peter Jensen, Jed Smith, and Ann Kim whose dishes have English and Danish influence as well.
Are you tired of mom’s cooking or want something a bit less homey? Why not grab a bite in a more casual setting. Planta Queen is the place to be for casual dining in the city of Toronto. It serves Asian cuisine but for vegans, so do not expect traditional sashimi or Asian fried noodles with bits and pieces of meat. Among the items on the menu include black bean dumplings, steamed water spinach dumplings, potato truffle dumplings, meatless Shanghai Slaw, nigiri, wonton soup, and Shanghai noodles. Chef David Lee implements his culinary skills the Asian way with a twist.
Head over to Yorkdale shopping center and visit Tora for a unique experience. Japanese conveyor belt restaurants inspired the concept of the restaurant. You order an item on a touchscreen menu, and your food goes directly to you. As you would expect, the food is also Japanese, including kinmedai, aburi ebi, edoprime nigiri, tuna nigiri, and many more.