We’ve said it before, and we will repeat it, Canada has some of the most culturally diverse populations in the world. From the Natives to the French, you can find people from all over the world. And in Toronto, it’s no different. And with all of these cultures come some delicious cuisines. Here are the top 4 restaurants to visit if you move to Toronto.
Canoe Restaurant and Bar
This specific restaurant is the highest rated in the city. It has beautiful views and delicious food. The menu is diverse and shows all of the cultural favorites that represent Canada. As a fine dining restaurant, you can experience delectable courses on the 54th floor. They can also cater to private dining for a more intimate experience.
They have been operating for over 25 years and have world-renowned chefs. Canoe loves to push the boundaries when it comes to new and exciting cuisine. Their dinner menu offers Ontario pheasant, foie gras, and surf and turf. If you are feeling more like a lighter meal, you can park yourself at their bar. They offer charcuterie, oysters, and flan.
Additionally, the bar offers some local wines like Riesling from the Niagara Peninsula and Pinot Noir from the Okanagan Valley. If wine isn’t your thing, there are some Canoe specialties available such as “Canoe Ceasar” and “Canoe Old Fashioned”. Additionally, there is Sherry, Sake, and anything else you may be craving.
Cubby’s Jamaican Kitchen
After pursuing real estate in Toronto, you may be scrunching your nose at fine dining. Moving is expensive, even if you find an amazing deal on a new home. With that, we present to you some cheap yet delicious eating. There are plenty of restaurants, cafes, and other joints in Toronto that are easy on your wallet, and Chubby’s is one of them.
If you are a fan of Jamaican food, this is the place for you. This place is far from fine dining. You’ll find plenty of folks eating with their hands and drinking microbrews. Chubby’s uses homemade sauces and spices to bring you original flavor. They are known for their jerk chicken including slow-baked wings.
Located in a renovated King West row house, Chubby’s isn’t for the faint of heart. Many of the regulars are those who love spicy foods with various flavors and signature cocktails. Additionally, they offer market-fresh foods and seafood straight from the Pacific. This restaurant is most certainly worth the trip.
Last, but most certainly not least, we have Gusto 101. This restaurant is reasonably priced and offers classic Italian dishes in a renovated former auto body shop. Some favorites of locals are their Beef Bolognese and their Pulpette Di Carne which is lamb meatballs. Gusto offers much more though in terms of meals including homemade pizza, which is truly a staple of Italian cuisine.
Gusto 101’s dessert menu is no exception to their culinary expertise. Traditional tiramisu and cannolis are available if you have room after your meal. If not, you should make room because these desserts are worth being overstuffed. In addition to their meals and desserts, there are classic wines available including sparkling and rose.
Gusto is a place you can bring your family for a taste of beautiful Toronto eating, as are any of the restaurants listed above. Toronto prides itself on its culturally diverse foods and culture. You are sure to find anything you may be craving including tacos, seafood, and pasta dishes.