Toronto Food Blog Favourites List (2023)!

THESE GUYS ARE JUST THE BEST (an ongoing list; revised for 2023)… 24hr Restaurant:  Markham Station (5117 Sheppard Ave E) Afghan Restaurant :  Bamiyan Kebab (62 Overlea Blvd) Arancini:  Centro Trattoria (1224 St. Clair Ave W) Arepa:  Pomarosa (1504 Danforth Ave) Armenian Restaurant (East):  Armenian Kitchen (1646 Victoria Park Ave) Armenian Restaurant (West):  Armenian Bistro…

Best of 2022

Happy New Year! Thanks to everyone who followed, read  & supported the Toronto Food Blog in 2022.  We appreciate you!!! 2022 was a big year for the Toronto Food Blog as we continued our pursuit of documenting the best (and worst) restaurants, greasy spoons, watering holes, food courts, strip malls, bodegas, markets and food trucks…

Bowl & Snacks ~ 1 Oak St. ~ (416) 863-3972

Bowl & Snacks is a brand new Nepali restaurant in Regent Park where much of the menu qualifies as #lunchunder10bucks. Chef Rashmi is just about the friendliest person we’ve ever met, and she’s cooking-up Himalayan classics that have us coming back (again and again) for more of the good stuff. For starters, they have a…

Vietnamese #cheapeats in the 6ix (a list)

Happy Halloween!  We’ll be out trick-or-treating with the kiddos tonight… hoping to fill our boots full of South-East Asian #cheapeats. Recently, some out-of-towners asked us about the best Vietnamese food in the city.  They were visiting from Calgary, which happens to have one heck of a Viet food scene.  So this month, we thought we’d…

TPC Toronto at Osprey Valley

It’s quite rare that the Toronto Food Blog releases more than one full blog review in a month.  That sort of frequency is typically reserved for something very, very special. Turns out that our recent fall golf trip to TPC Toronto at Osprey Valley might just qualify as the best day of the year (so…

One2Snacks ~ 8 Glen Watford Dr. ~ (647) 340-7099

One2Snacks is a Malaysian hawker stall tucked away in the parking lot of the Dynasty Centre. It’s easy to get #lunchunder10bucks at this downtown Agincourt institution.  In fact, the entire menu qualifies.  And that’s a beautiful thing. Noodles are the same of the game here.   Sweet, salty, spicy… saucy, dry, in broth…  whatever you hankering…