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Yamato is one of the oldest teppanyaki style restaurants in Canada. Serving authentic Japanese cuisine since 1983 in Toronto downtown fashion district, Yorkville.
St. Lawrence Market has 100+ vendors, bakers, butchers and artisans, with produce & antiques on weekends.
The feature of Chungchun Hotdog is sticky rice in dough that fermented for 120 minute every morning. Thus It has strongly more chewy and crispy taste.
Lamanna's Bakery is known for their massive slices of pizza— which need to ordered 24 hours in advance.
Score on King is known for their giant Caeser drinks— that come complete with entire meals.
Ice cream has come a long way in the last ten years. We set out to find the best and craziest ice cream in Toronto.
A famous New Jersey baker has setup cake vending machines all over Toronto...
The Campbells Sunflower Farm is a 60 acre, organic sunflower farm in Caledon, Ontario.
High above Toronto’s bustling entertainment district is Kōst, the Bisha Hotel's rooftop restaurant.
The Roasted Nut does small batch, dry nut roasting on site in their Queen west location.
The waterfront patio is a massive bar and lounge with private cabanas, pools, DJs and dining.
Toronto's Street Eats Market boasts delicious dishes from local food trucks is a food lover's paradise.
Nugateau Patiserrie is an all-eclair patisserie that uses authentic French baking techniques.
Pizza Forno, Pizza Vending Machine, located at 225 King St E, is one of the most innovative ways to order pizzas in Toronto right now.
Buy local produce and pasture raised pork at this family run Country Market.
RC Coffee is an automated, coffee kiosk in Yorkville.
Adonis is a Middle Eastern grocery superstore— with unique items that are available throughout the Middle East but scarce in North America.
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