Where to Eat in Toronto, Canada

PUBLISHED:Mar 14, 2018 | UPDATED:03:25 PM, Mar 14, 2018

3030 Dundas West

3030 Dundas West is a must-visit — you’ll never forget where this gem of a restaurant is located because the name just so happens to be the address. With an impressive menu of small plates, 3030’s mission is simple – to serve delicious, affordable food that will keep you coming back, all in a quirky setting. 3030 Dundas West is bound to bring out the kid in anyone with vintage pinball machines lining the walls and board games to choose from at your leisure. More of a music fan? Live bands play here as the perfect form of evening entertainment for diners.

La Banane

If you want to experience one of the best hole-in-the-wall restaurants in Toronto, La Banane must be on your list – the pommes aligot alone will be worth your visit. From drinks to apps to mains and desserts, you won’t be served anything less than spectacular from the menu.

Inspire Restaurant





Inspire Restaurant serves fusion cuisine on Main Street, Markham, with seasonal menu items that will consistently blow your taste buds away—you won’t find flavor combinations this place has to offer anywhere else. It’s been a neighborhood favorite ever since it opened, and now, a destination spot of the city, even from its Markham locale.



Curry Twist

Located in Dundas Street West, Curry Twist is a small and cozy restaurant, specializes in Northern Indianand Moghlai cuisine. Immerse yourself in all that India has to offer without leaving your seat. Curry Twist employs an extensive variety of spices that are used to prepare authentic gourmet dishes. Their menu caters to both meat eaters and vegetarians alike, with a selection of perfectly prepared dishes.

Oats & Ivy

Oats & Ivy is one of the best places to grab a healthy meal in Liberty Village. From salads to bowls, soups, in house made juices and sweet treats - they have it all! Oats & Ivy can accommodate to several types of diets and food preferences. All their meals include fresh organic ingredients (their fresh herbs and sprouts are grown in a laboratorial contraption.) If you're in need to have protein with your meal, they do offer roasted chicken and OceanWise trout.


Patria is an authentic Spanish tapas eatery on King Street West. Listed as one of the Top 10 Best Restaurants of 2013 by Toronto Life, their extensive menu is carefully crafted by Executive Chef Stuart Cameron, featuring dishes such as crispy jamon croquettes and traditional paellas. Seafood is a staple of Spanish cuisine, and Patria showcases an ever-changing selection of only the freshest fish, octopus and shrimp, sourced daily. Equipped with a courtyard patio and large dining area, Patria is the perfect spot for dinner or Sunday brunch.


If you order in advance for aqiqa, the Islamic tradition of sacrificing and serving an animal for the birth of a child, the owner will simmer a whole lamb in a pot with cinnamon and nutmeg. But if you’re just stopping by this Syrian restaurant, get the fattet hummus bez-zeit; hummus is thinned almost to a soup and frothed, served in a big bowl teeming with chickpeas, fried bits of pita, pomegranate seeds, and hot ghee that crackles as it's poured over top of the dish.


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