Opened in December on Dundas West, Imanishi is a new Japanese kitchen offering izakaya-style appetizers and teishoku, a traditional style of pre-set meal consisting of meat, rice, salad and soup.
Chef Doug Penfold’s treatment of a classic southern French bouillabaisse has already become an instant hit thanks to its layered flavours and silky aromatic broth.
The restaurants that underwent January renovations have reopened and everyone who usually eat out only on rare occasions rushing frantically to make the most of Winterlicious — such is the first week of February in Toronto dining.
Toronto is about to play host to basketball’s biggest event — the NBA All-Star Game — so we gathered up restaurateurs from our ’hoods to showcase their finest finger foods, perfect to tuck into while cheering on your favourite team
The neighbourhood at Yonge and Sheppard deserves more credit than it gets. In the last few years, the intersection where Willowdale and Lansing meet has become remarkably attuned to T.O.’s contemporary food culture.
The romantic French pastry is popping up in patisseries citywide, including one eclair-only outpost. So we invited the duo behind Petite Thuet, chef Marc Thuet and his wife Biana Zorich, to suss out the city’s best.
Kensington Market is about to get Torteria San Cosme, a taco-free Mexican restaurant from the Milagro team
Milagro chef and co-founder Arturo Anhalt has confirmed that he is in the process of opening Torteria San Cosme, a new street-food oriented restaurant in Kensington Market.
Hemant Bhagwani's new Indian Street Food Co. is a dream come true.
The winter grain bowl at Pusateri's has enough sustenance to see you through the day.
One of Vancouver’s largest hospitality groups is making inroads into Toronto with Belfast Love, a U.K.-style public house set to open on King West this April.