Located in Yorkville - Toronto's hottest district, this place is reasonably priced and serves some descent items. With three floors this place has plenty of room, but always fills up fast. During the summer, the second and third floors act as patios, and during the winter, they cover them up, so you still get the patio feeling, without the cold. ...
With a relatively inexpensive price ($28), we can now experience a royal-styled delicacy buffet serves at the historic hotel restaruant in downtown T.O. The great many types of pastry delicacies variety might surprise the first timers. Some of my favourites are: flaky croissants filled with lemon and dill shrimp, chai spiced cr√®me br√ªl√©e, and cinnamon-scented Madeleines. For those who choose ...Popular withHistory
I have such fond memories of this place. A little spot that's tucked away off of the grittier part of west-end St Catherine's Street, Moe's is a classic-style diner with original jukeboxes at every table and old-school stools at the counter. This place has been open 24/7, 365 days a year for over 50 years, and it looks like nothing ...Popular withHistory
This place is a "hole in the wall" among hole in the walls. It's apparently well known in the Prairies and is across the street from the main train station. You basically walk inside to the counter, order your food (burgers, fries, poutine, etc.) and when it's ready eat at one of the picnic tables outside. It's very basic selection ...
Located at the border of Toronto's Fashion District and Entertainment District, as the name suggests this place is great to go for breakfast or lunch (or brunch even). With a varied menu of fresh fruits, cereals, omelettes, crepes and waffles, this place brings the renown Montreal kitchen to Toronto. And because of Cora's high-quality standards, you'll get the full gastronomic ...