Top 10 BEST Restaurants in Toronto


This Canadian city loves discovering the culinary news: new flavors, new cooking styles, new chefs, new ingredients, and, of course, new entries on our best restaurants in Toronto list. Whether looking for the new or the traditional, the safe, or the culinary adventurous, we’ve got you covered: the best restaurants in Toronto will truly delight your taste buds.

1. Pukka Restaurant

At Pukka, chef Dinesh Butola’s refined, yet casual, Indian cuisine includes slow-braised beef short ribs with cumin, cloves, and cardamom and sliced paneer with shiitake mushrooms, spinach, and pistachios. The menu of British desserts includes a knockout sticky toffee pudding—a gooey mound with chai-caramel goodness. For drinks, skip the cocktails and order from the stellar wine list, which includes a good selection of reasonably priced bottles that all stand up to the bold flavors emerging from the kitchen.
Pukka RestaurantRecommend: Lamp Lollipops – is an exquisite dish with grilled chops covered by turmeric, mint, coriander and special fenugreek curry.

Contact Info

  • Address: 778 St Clair Ave. W, Toronto M6C 1B6, Canada
  • Hotline: (+1) 416 342 1906
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2. Alo Restaurant

When the elevator doors open to reveal a sleek bronze bar in a stunningly restored heritage building on Queen and Spadina, you’ll swear you’re in London or New York. Michelin-pedigreed chef Patrick Kriss’s technically brilliant and creative tasting menus are expertly crafted. Moreover, they are always available on the on-site sommelier’s perfect wine pairings from Canada and beyond. The details come from the service and the meticulous selection of foods in every dish has impressed mostly customers, especially, with many pedestrian ingredients but elevated.
Alo restaurantThis location is the best must-go restaurant in Toronto if you’re looking for a high-end dining experience that’s ideal for a special occasion or a romantic night out. The dishes are as beautiful and as meticulous as the service and space. If you can’t get a table (book in advance) or can’t justify the splurge, try sister spot Aloette, conveniently located downstairs.

Recommend: the superb pork belly combined with the foie gras sauce on the mushrooms.

Alo Restaurant recommend

Contact Info

  • Address: 163 Spadina Ave., Toronto M5V 2L6, Canada
  • Hotline: (+1) 416 260 2222
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3. Richmond Station

is a downtown eatery restaurant in Toronto that focuses on the quality of foods and a feel spot of unstuffy and community. Among many of their tastiest dishes, there is a group of staff with the best service and the keep-on-track updates regularly on the media to create the attention to new cuisines or the meaning of each stage contained in the progress of what the customers are going to enjoy. They are likely to extract the impact of foods and wines by the knowledge of agriculture, travel, and hospitality that bring to their customers whenever they come.

Richmond Station - blogTO - Toronto

Recommend: A maple-cured Trout, or the epic charcuterie boards for the cheese lovers.

Contact Info

  • Address: 1 Richmond St W, Toronto, ON M5H 3W4, Canada
  • Hotline: (+1) 647-748-1444
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4. The Chase

When it opened in 2013, the Chase immediately became the city’s most cherished spot for Bay Street schmoozing, with floor-to-ceiling windows offering incredible views of the Financial District. Dishes are a tight mix of portions of pasta, meaty plates, and steakhouse classics, like the wedge salad or the tableside-prepared beef tartare. Delicate gnocchi dumplings come in a Dungeness crab broth with carrot-infused butter and piquillo peppers; perfectly seared scallops are paired with salty ham hock, pea purée, and crispy quinoa; and thin fillets of rich arctic char are wisely accompanied by pickled carrots, creamy confit sunchokes, root vegetable chips, and earthy braised kale. Well-executed desserts, like the chocolate cake with creamy ganache, peanut-butter Anglaise and vanilla ice cream, put a refined spin on the classics.
The Chase RestaurantRecommend: Various Seafood as Lobster roll and grilled dishes.
The chase rec

Contact Info

  • Address: 10 Temperance St Fl 5, Toronto, ON M5H 1Y4, Canada
  • Hotline: (+1) 647 348 7000
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5. Sushi on Bloor

A typical Japanese restaurant in the heart of the foreign country as well as Toronto with a fordable price that matches our budget but doesn’t compromise on quality. This an appropriate environment for a group of friends to catch up, have a good time, and enjoy a wide range of massive sushi rolls with tasty flavors and fresh ingredients.

It also plays an important value in town, especially the Supreme Bento Box. We sometimes have to wait a little bit and or maybe in some drawn-out evenings. A tip for the ice-cream lovers is if you want any, tell the waiters to be served how many as much as you want because it is free.

Sushi on Bloor — IS Palette

Recommend: Sushi pizza as well as Supreme Bento Box.

Contact Info

    • Address: 525 Bloor St W, Toronto, ON M5S 1Y4, Canada
    • Hotline: (+1) 416 516 3456
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6. Barberian’s Steak House

This is an experience for those who want to try a delicious variety of steaks while immersing in the classic inferior and vintage style of the old times. The restaurant was established by prominent chief Harry Barberian in 1959 as well as the owner of a downtown institution which has become Toronto’s quintessential steakhouse. The Barberian’s top-quality, dry-aged, butchered-in-house steaks can impress us for the first time here and very few shops have the ability to compete with it.  A mouthwatering complement to the meat and accompaniments is blended in its proprietary spice and makes it as the standard of every dish, and plentiful choices such as Caesar salad, French onion soup, mashed potatoes, etc. The special element that is famous for the restaurant is the list of wines in Canada.

Recommend: Barberian’s Ribeye with baked potato and cream sauce.

Contact Info

    • Address: 7 Elm St., Toronto M5G 1H1, Canada
    • Hotline: (+1) 416-597-0335
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7. Momofuku Noodle Bar

Its origin belonged to Chef Hans Vogels and his team and the founder David Chang while bringing in the bounty by Ontario. As located in Toronto’s downtown core, the restaurant is a highlight of warm and full wet cuisines and it mainly serves a constantly changing roster of noodles, steamed pieces of bread, family courses, and soft types of food.

Noodle bar

Being famous for its steamed buns and bowls of excellent ramen, The Noodle Bar has the specialties of the classic ginger scallion noodles with a hunk of katsu pork over the pickled mushroom, cucumber, and cabbage. Moreover, its homemade dessert is mostly processed with cereal milk and soft-serve, sometimes with slices of Crack Pie.

Recommend: Traditional ramen with pork belly buns.

Contact Info

    • Address: 190 University Ave, Toronto, ON M5H 0A3, Canada
    • Hotline: (+1) 647 253 8000
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8. Constantine

“This sexy hotel restaurant is a little hidden—and every dish packs a serious punch of flavor” – a customer has commented about the Constantine. Indeed, this restaurant is the ground-floor flat within the Anndore House, providing the boutique hotel with sharing-style meals in every session of the day. Here serves a loosely Mediterranean menu with a focus on Middle Eastern flavors, for example, not only grilled meats or chicken, but they are also the well-known braised rabbit with iconic labneh. Simultaneously, fresh fish and seafood can be found in Constantine with the highly-reputed quality of cooking style, and the way of decoration the plates can score highly in your partner when enjoying a romantic dinner.

The Bar at Constantine has 50 seats where people visit to have drinks and small plates after the closing of the main restaurant.

Constantine Toronto

Recommend: Chicken liver crostini exemplifies the restaurant’s traditional bistro backbone which highlights by the well-cooked and smoothy liver mousse.

Constantine Toronto

Contact Info

    • Address: 15 Charles St E, Toronto, ON M4Y 1S1, Canada
    • Hotline: (+1) 647 475 4436
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9. Leña Restaurante

This is the handsome series of art deco rooms in the Saks-Bay complex which was founded by Anthony Walsh, the O&B’s top chef, who was influenced by Argentinian food culture. The menu here draws inspiration from the South American heritage with a vibrant essence of typical dishes such as Latin-style morning meals along with a cup of Propeller coffee. Sandwiches prepared by chefs in Lena are also must be put in the must-try list and the diverse cocktails served at lunch. The environment promises customers a warm character, and lively tunes with the motto “live to eat” as well as a convivial spirit at the table.

Lena - blogTO - Toronto

Recommend: Pollo Dona Aurora is the signature dish of Lena for its combination of the most specific ingredients of the South American culture.

Lena Toronto

Contact Info

    • Address: 176 Yonge St, Toronto, ON M5C 2L7, Canada
    • Hotline: (+1) 416 507 3378
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10. Mother’s dumplings

If you are a fan of oriental cuisines or have already been bored of the heavy protein provided from meats or loaves of bread when traveling in Toronto, you should visit a particular Chinese restaurant called Mother’s dumplings. Just like its name, steamed, boiled and pan-fried pork, chicken, beef, shrimp are filled in the menu with a lot of choices and many vegetarian dishes, too. They are prepared as plumply and juicy packs with authentic recipes passed on down for generations, which will also satisfy your tum but delight your wallet. In the restaurant, don’t worry if you are not familiar to have any dishes like this before because there are always be available of the staff who is willing to guide you on how to use chopsticks and explain which is the best sauces come along with each kind of dumplings.

Recommend: Steamed pork dumplings that are immediately melted in our mouths with traditional sauces.

The Best Dumplings in Toronto

Contact Info

    • Address: 421 Spadina Ave, Toronto, ON M5T 2G6, Canada
    • Hotline: (+1) 416 217 2008
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These are the top 10 cuisines in Toronto selected by the practical reviews and recommendations of the society as the Canadian community and travelers from foreign countries. This section not only contains the combination of food diversity and the best atmosphere to create a valuable experience, but it is also the collection of various cultures encapsulating in the city where we can taste almost around the World.