Oct 21

Tackle Toronto: Must-Trys.

Of course, I’ve saved the best of the series for last.

Today I present to you my must-trys:
the things you should never leave Toronto without tasting. 

note: After putting together this list I realized that the majority
of the items are either filled with sugar, or cheese. I like what I like apparently!

and if you missed the others, checkout “where to eat”, “where to shop” and “what to do{leslieville cheese market: grilled cheese}{little nicky’s: fresh donuts}{poutinis: poutine}{farenheit coffee}{pizzeria libretto: duck confit & pear pizza}

::The duck confit pizza at Pizza Libretto
::The shiitake mushroom burger at the Burgers Priest
::The little-known grilled cheese sandwiches at the Leslieville Cheese Market
::The poutine at Poutini’s
::The French onion soup at Le Select Bistro
::Global Cheese for inexpensive, high quality cheese
::Essence of Life for extremely well priced organic treats
::The farmers sausage at Morning Glory
::The pad Thai at Sukho
::The pulled pork sandwich at the Black Camel
::The gnocchi poutine at Mildreds Temple
::The duck ragout at Terronis
::The lemongrass chicken pho at Hanoi 3 Seasons
::The butter chicken at Ghandis

::The maple bacon ice cream at Ed’s
::The piping hot, made-to-order donut holes at Little Nickys
::The lattes at Balzacs  – they come in a bowl which sold me from the get-go.
::The almond croissants at Sen5es (or Petite Thuet)
:: Farenheit for their delicious loose leaf teas and positive attitude at all hours of the day
::Daniel & Daniel for the most delicious baked goods (and catering!)
::The tiramisu at Café la Gaffe
::The cardamom lemonade at Barchef
::The pouding chommeur at Papillon on the Park
::The chocolate chunk cookies at Hammersmith’s
(pair it with an organic coffee – some of the best in Toronto)
::The blood orange margharitta at Reposados
::The brown sugar croissant at Clafouti

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