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Sansotei Ramen plans to open a Markham outpost this month

Sansotei Ramen — one of the top five spots for ramen in the city — is opening its third and largest outpost in Markham shortly after Labour Day.

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Marben executive chef Rob Bragagnolo launches Carver, an Uber-only virtual sandwich shop

Chef Rob Bragagnolo is the first Toronto chef to launch an UberEats-only sandwich service

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One of the GTA's best-known food trucks, Gorilla Cheese, close to opening a restaurant in downtown Hamilton

Graeme Smith, the company's founder, tells us that he plans to take the paper off the windows later this month and hold a grand opening party some time in October.

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Hot & Spicy Food Festival returns to Harbourfront Centre this weekend with celebrity chef Vikram Vij

The 18th annual Hot & Spicy Food Festival returns to Harbourfront Centre this weekend.

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Food Crawl: From Maha’s to Left Field change is in the air at Gerrard and Greenwood

This east end ’hood has long been known for its South Asian eats, but a revitalization proves there’s far more to unearth

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Restaurant Review: The upscale Greek at Mamakas wows the palate off our critic

Mamakas is a bit atypical for the Ossington strip. The food is modernized trad Greek, and it’s very fine, more Byblos than Danforth.

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Restaurant Update: Shameful Tiki Room, Kiu, Loka coming, Awestruck today and Rock Lobster Leslieville for sale

Considering it's the last full week of August, there was plenty of restaurant news in Toronto to digest. We found out that we'll be getting a little more Loka, tiki and Japanese this year and possibly a little less Rock Lobster. As well, Toronto is ankle-deep in cold pressed juice. See below for details on an ideal way to cap off the summer: by heading to Mississauga for some of the area's best food trucks.

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On route to Toronto Diner en Blanc lost its way

Diner en Blanc popped up in Toronto last night. Now in its fifth year, the annual white party was bigger than ever with a reported 2,300 people in attendance.

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Kiu, a restaurant from the owners of Ramen Isshin, to open in Markham this fall

Downtown Markham is getting a new 140-seat restaurant this October. Kiu, which means “joyous rain”, is a spinoff of the well-loved Cabbagetown izakaya Kingyo and is the latest venture by Koji Zenimaru and Jason Matsubara of Ramen Isshin.

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Best of Toronto: French patisseries, pastry shops and bakeries

Toronto has always had a love for fine French pastries, but recently a slew of new downtown and uptown shops have sparked the city’s love for layered buttery and flaky treats.

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