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Top Restaurants in Toronto - Your Favourite Toronto Restaurants

  • Wherever you find yourself in Toronto you won’t be stuck for somewhere to eat as the city is full of great choices. From Indian cuisine on Gerrard Street to a cosy bistro on Yonge Street, the selection is spectacular! We asked you for your top restaurants in Toronto over on our Hostelworld.com Facebook page. Here’s what you had to say...



  • 360 The Restaurant at the CN Tower

    Rich Miranda says:

    CN Tower Toronto!

    Elena Melnikova says:

    360 Restaurant in CN Tower - great food, including traditional Canadian food, and perfect view over the city. Besides, the restaurant moves 360 degrees while you eat so it is even more fun!

    Location: 301 Front Street West



    Messini

    Gary Chak says:

    Messini. Best pork gyro pita and for less than $5!

    Location: 445 Danforth Avenue



    Sneaky Dee’s

    Juan Velasquez Correa says:

    Sneaky Dee’s!

    Location: 431 College Street



    Burrito Boyz

    Azusa Makita says:

    Burrito Boyz on Adelaide St They have huge and delicious burritos. Even more delicious after drink like 2 or 3am!

    Location: 218 Adelaide Street West



    Karine's

    Ellen Waterman says:

    Karine's on McCaul & Dundas! All day breakfast for $5, so good! I am a coeliac and they have gluten free options! And they have vegan and vegetarian if that's your thing... Great location and close to Kensington markets/ Chinatown too.

    Location: 109 Mccaul



    Jack Astor's

    Patrick Limacher says:

    Jack Astor's, great service!

    Location: Various



    Fresh

    Kathleen 'Canada' Hofbauer says:

    Fresh! Get place for vegans with vegetarian options. So, so tasty.

    Location: Various



    Richtree Market

    Masayuki O Makino says:

    Richtree!

    Location: 220 Yonge Street



    Swatow

    Shannon Shail says:

    Swatow, in Chinatown on Spadina and D'Arcy, great everything! Fast courteous service and very reasonable prices!

    Location: 309 Spadina Avenue



    Stockyards

    Lisa Rayman says:

    Stockyards - The pulled pork is amazing, Call ahead for takeout and eat at Hillcrest park for great city views.

    Location: 699 St Clair Ave W



    Spring Rolls

    Kasia Kaczanowska says:

    Spring Rolls!

    Location: Various



    The Watermark

    Danielle Vincent says:

    The Watermark! Huge summertime patio, tasty food, good beer, and a fantastic view of the lake!

    Location: 207 Queens Quay West



    Fat Cat Wine Bar

    Jim Park says:

    Fat Cat Wine Bar, great food and relaxed atmosphere.

    Location: 331 Roncesvalles Avenue



    Kit Kat

    Doris D says:

    Kit Kat on King! Start with the beef carpaccio & the specials never disappoint.

    Location: 297 King Street West



    Southern Accent

    Brenda Kusan says:

    Southern Accent in Mirvish Village. Food and ambience of The Big Easy... y'all be eatin' fine there!

    Location: 595 Markham Street



    Little Tokyo

    Yana Kratchanova says:

    Little Tokyo Restaurant near Eglington, the best spicy tuna rolls I have ever tried!

    Location: 345 Bloor St E



    Wabora

    Pascale Dumas says:

    Wabora - Japanese fusion restaurant - an experience on its own!

    Location: 550 Wellington West



    Madison Avenue Pub

    Deanna Way says:

    Madison Avenue Pub is great for wings and beer.

    Location: 14 Madison Avenue



    Brownstone Bistro

    Sarah Trafford says:

    Brownstone. They have the best Sangria, a lot of really great options on the menu at a decent price and I love the atmosphere. They have a really great patio and 1/2 off appetizers on weekdays.

    Location: 603 Yonge Street



    Nirvana

    Samantha Elliott says:

    Nirvana on College. Love their brunch, super relaxed atmosphere always feel at home!

    Location: 434 College Street



    Wanda's Belgian Waffles

    Julliana Gonçalves says:

    Wanda's Belgian Waffles! Aahh!

    Location: 599 Yonge Street



    School Restaurant

    AshleaJayne Russell says:

    School. Great food, reasonably priced. Excellent school theme, waitresses dressed in uniform, menu is a chalk board. Done right.

    Location: 70 Fraser Avenue



    Hush

    Jennifer Mitchell says:

    Hush on Queen Street. They have a very nice rooftop patio and have s'mores on the menu! They bring out a tabletop burner with all the fixin's to make the best s'mores!

    Location: 303 King Street West



    Salad King

    Hostelling International Toronto says:

    Salad King- legendary. Good Thai food and great prices. Big portions - so have it for lunch then bring the rest back to the hostel for dinner.

    Location: 340 Yonge Street



    Kokuryo

    Cyril Le Devehat says:

    Kokuryo on Sheppard & Yonge! Best Korean ever. A must try.

    Location: Sheppard & Yonge Street



    Cora’s

    Claire Lgr says:

    Cora, lot of fruits, good things and i spent a very good time there!

    Location: 340 Yonge Street



    WVRST

    Hostelling International Toronto says:

    WVRST- delicious sausages. French fries cooked in duck fat. Mmmm.

    Location: 609 King W Street



  • Try out some of the following suggestions...

    Rebecca Hook says:

    The Gladstone Hotel. Great high class dining with a casual atmosphere. Burger Bar. Best burger in town. Grilled cheese. Favourite Kensington market casual.

    Phoenix Peggy Jacques-Ives says:

    Jack Astor's & Popeye Chicken!



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  • Wherever you find yourself in Toronto you won’t be stuck for somewhere to eat as the city is full of great choices. From Indian cuisine on Gerrard Street to a cosy bistro on Yonge Street, the selection is spectacular! We asked you for your top restaurants in Toronto over on our Hostelworld.com Facebook page. Here’s what you had to say...



  • 360 The Restaurant at the CN Tower

    Rich Miranda says:

    CN Tower Toronto!

    Elena Melnikova says:

    360 Restaurant in CN Tower - great food, including traditional Canadian food, and perfect view over the city. Besides, the restaurant moves 360 degrees while you eat so it is even more fun!

    Location: 301 Front Street West



    Messini

    Gary Chak says:

    Messini. Best pork gyro pita and for less than $5!

    Location: 445 Danforth Avenue



    Sneaky Dee’s

    Juan Velasquez Correa says:

    Sneaky Dee’s!

    Location: 431 College Street



    Burrito Boyz

    Azusa Makita says:

    Burrito Boyz on Adelaide St They have huge and delicious burritos. Even more delicious after drink like 2 or 3am!

    Location: 218 Adelaide Street West



    Karine's

    Ellen Waterman says:

    Karine's on McCaul & Dundas! All day breakfast for $5, so good! I am a coeliac and they have gluten free options! And they have vegan and vegetarian if that's your thing... Great location and close to Kensington markets/ Chinatown too.

    Location: 109 Mccaul



    Jack Astor's

    Patrick Limacher says:

    Jack Astor's, great service!

    Location: Various



    Fresh

    Kathleen 'Canada' Hofbauer says:

    Fresh! Get place for vegans with vegetarian options. So, so tasty.

    Location: Various



    Richtree Market

    Masayuki O Makino says:

    Richtree!

    Location: 220 Yonge Street



    Swatow

    Shannon Shail says:

    Swatow, in Chinatown on Spadina and D'Arcy, great everything! Fast courteous service and very reasonable prices!

    Location: 309 Spadina Avenue



    Stockyards

    Lisa Rayman says:

    Stockyards - The pulled pork is amazing, Call ahead for takeout and eat at Hillcrest park for great city views.

    Location: 699 St Clair Ave W



    Spring Rolls

    Kasia Kaczanowska says:

    Spring Rolls!

    Location: Various



    The Watermark

    Danielle Vincent says:

    The Watermark! Huge summertime patio, tasty food, good beer, and a fantastic view of the lake!

    Location: 207 Queens Quay West



    Fat Cat Wine Bar

    Jim Park says:

    Fat Cat Wine Bar, great food and relaxed atmosphere.

    Location: 331 Roncesvalles Avenue



    Kit Kat

    Doris D says:

    Kit Kat on King! Start with the beef carpaccio & the specials never disappoint.

    Location: 297 King Street West



    Southern Accent

    Brenda Kusan says:

    Southern Accent in Mirvish Village. Food and ambience of The Big Easy... y'all be eatin' fine there!

    Location: 595 Markham Street



    Little Tokyo

    Yana Kratchanova says:

    Little Tokyo Restaurant near Eglington, the best spicy tuna rolls I have ever tried!

    Location: 345 Bloor St E



    Wabora

    Pascale Dumas says:

    Wabora - Japanese fusion restaurant - an experience on its own!

    Location: 550 Wellington West



    Madison Avenue Pub

    Deanna Way says:

    Madison Avenue Pub is great for wings and beer.

    Location: 14 Madison Avenue



    Brownstone Bistro

    Sarah Trafford says:

    Brownstone. They have the best Sangria, a lot of really great options on the menu at a decent price and I love the atmosphere. They have a really great patio and 1/2 off appetizers on weekdays.

    Location: 603 Yonge Street



    Nirvana

    Samantha Elliott says:

    Nirvana on College. Love their brunch, super relaxed atmosphere always feel at home!

    Location: 434 College Street



    Wanda's Belgian Waffles

    Julliana Gonçalves says:

    Wanda's Belgian Waffles! Aahh!

    Location: 599 Yonge Street



    School Restaurant

    AshleaJayne Russell says:

    School. Great food, reasonably priced. Excellent school theme, waitresses dressed in uniform, menu is a chalk board. Done right.

    Location: 70 Fraser Avenue



    Hush

    Jennifer Mitchell says:

    Hush on Queen Street. They have a very nice rooftop patio and have s'mores on the menu! They bring out a tabletop burner with all the fixin's to make the best s'mores!

    Location: 303 King Street West



    Salad King

    Hostelling International Toronto says:

    Salad King- legendary. Good Thai food and great prices. Big portions - so have it for lunch then bring the rest back to the hostel for dinner.

    Location: 340 Yonge Street



    Kokuryo

    Cyril Le Devehat says:

    Kokuryo on Sheppard & Yonge! Best Korean ever. A must try.

    Location: Sheppard & Yonge Street



    Cora’s

    Claire Lgr says:

    Cora, lot of fruits, good things and i spent a very good time there!

    Location: 340 Yonge Street



    WVRST

    Hostelling International Toronto says:

    WVRST- delicious sausages. French fries cooked in duck fat. Mmmm.

    Location: 609 King W Street



  • Try out some of the following suggestions...

    Rebecca Hook says:

    The Gladstone Hotel. Great high class dining with a casual atmosphere. Burger Bar. Best burger in town. Grilled cheese. Favourite Kensington market casual.

    Phoenix Peggy Jacques-Ives says:

    Jack Astor's & Popeye Chicken!



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