1. Luckee
    Great food. Especially Loved the beef tenderloin and crispy prawns. Slow inattentive service.
  2. Byblos
    Amazing fig salad, lamb ribs, Persian rice. Good eggplant dumplings
  3. DaiLo
    Good fried watermelon. Great Mapo "Doufo" Halloumi with rice, terrible special of the day (lukewarm duck with cranberry sauce, burnt greasy Brussels sprouts, burnt greasy bread cubes)
  4. Collette
    Try the giant profiterole. So good.
  5. Patria
    Amazing food. So loud you will not hear what your companion says.
  6. The Carbon Bar
    Food good to okay. Sleek ambiance with suits letting off steam. Not my kind of scene.
  7. Richmond Station
    Amazing food, great service would definitely go back.
  8. La carnita
    Fun and cheap
  9. Pearl Diver
    With Winnie too. Great for oysters.
  10. Annona
    Literally the second worst place I've been in Toronto.
  11. Creme brasserie
    For winterlicious. With Winnie, Claire, Maja, Melissa. Lovely work lunch.
  12. Patois
    So fun. My favourite was the dirty rice and the fried chicken with watermelons pickle.
  13. Valdez
    Cheap and fun. Ceviche portion was huge. Wednesday was half price wine night.
  14. Bar Raval
    Actually had fun standing at eating at a barrel. Very loud. Loved the food. Cheaper than bar Isabel.
  15. Bean and Baker
    Love this place. Come in for a floats or shake but the made in house pies are among the best in Toronto.
  16. Portland Variety
    A nice place to chill and catch up with a friend. The food is good but not great when compared to other tapas places.
  17. El caballito
    God help me, I love the beef brisket taco and grilled rainbow trout taco.