Best Restaurants for Foodies in Toronto
Toronto’s Top Restaurants
From Chinatown to Greektown, Little India to Little Italy and Kensington Market to St. Lawrence Market, Toronto is a multicultural city with a melting pot of flavours. Toronto eateries frequently feature in the top ten list of Canada’s 100 Best, the definitive guide to everything food-related from across the country. And with the first edition of the esteemed MICHELIN Guide coming in fall 2022, Toronto’s foodie scene just got even more exciting.
Alo is a sleek downtown French fine dining restaurant and cocktail bar with a refined tasting menu. From on-point décor to each carefully crafted dish and drink, this is a foodie’s must.
Located in Toronto’s much-loved Little Italy neighbourhood on College Street, Giulietta has a lot to celebrate. Top Chef Canada runner-up Rob Rossi’s simple and authentic Italian menu also ranked number five in En Route Magazine’s best new restaurants list.
A member of the Buca family of upscale eateries, Buca Osteria & Bar made the cut for their signature coastal Italian cuisine. Tucked away in the Four Seasons Courtyard in the swanky Yorkville neighbourhood, this is a bucket-list spot for seafood lovers.
This intimate bistro in the city’s Fashion District takes an unpretentious approach to upscale Canadian fare, using seasonal, wild and foraged ingredients to prepare 5 or 7-course chef’s tasting menus. It only takes one bite to see why the accolades keep pouring in. The proof is, as they say, in the pudding.