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Some Toronto Food Highlights: Part 2

My naming conventions for my Toronto posts are even confusing me now. But I wrote a Part 1 then – HAD TO, JUST HAD TO WRITE – that bacon post, which has screwed things up a little. I am back now with the second and final part of my Toronto food highlights round up.

To re iterate, as it has been a little while, I was very impressed with the quality and variety of restaurants there and these are a few highlights. And their playlists! That’s a bit random I know but each one could have been playing from my iPod. There’s a strong indie buzz running through Tornto, both in fashion and music and I like it.

Here you go!

GIANT buttermilk pancakes at The Counter in The Thompson

Scallops at Toka

Maple Burger at E11even (with local craft beers)

Gnocchi Poutine with Oxtail Ragu at Mildred's Temple Kitchen

Tasting Menu at Colborne Lane

Tasting Menu at Colborne Lane

As soon as I get some time, I hope soon, I will publish a proper piece on my favourite places so that you can find them when you visit.

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I like food. I like to make food. Eat food. Photograph food. Write about food. Mainly in London but when I am lucky or organised further afield.

5 Comments

  1. As a londoner who is moving to Toronto next year, I’m incredibly excited by this post! (and quite hungry now too!)

  2. Sounds like you had a wonderful trip – those scallops and that burger look utterly divine. Great to hear good music too – a sountrack can really alter the atmosphere in a restaurant!

  3. I really shouldn’t be reading this when I am beside myself with hunger and still 15 minutes of work to go! Looks delicious…

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