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  • Mersin Mediterranean Cuisine

    Don’t let the name fool you: Mersin Mediterranean Cuisine isn’t just your standard kebabs and shawarma. Owner Emin Kocacinar and his chef Mustafa Ogzur are turning out traditional Turkish eats in a casual dining space that does it’s best to replicate the sights and flavours of Turkey and create an authentic Mediterranean experience.

  • Mexican Amigos

    Spice up your life at Richmond Hill’s Mexican Amigos. This beacon for all things Mexican and Latin American cuisine is the perfect place to meet with friends for a couple cervezas and a delicious meal. Specializing in tacos, burritos and fajitas, this menu is full of all the Tex-Mex munchies you’re looking for. With a

  • mezes- spreads

    Mezes is a family-run operation that has been a part of the Danforth dining scene since before Miley Cyrus was born. At Mezes, the emphasis is on sharing plates, which is the namesake of the restaurant, mezes. We love the ample selection. Conservative eaters will likely stick to the standard Hellenic offerings, like calamari and

  • Mezu

    Mezu is Toronto’s very own Korean-Canadian tapas bar. From chef Donguk Sul, of Momofuku, Mercatto and Mamakas, comes a stylish and airy interior with benches he made from repurposed wood. The menu is collection of small plates and two daily features, which are usually fish and pork dishes with seasonal sides and accoutrements. The menu

  • Mi Mi is a Vietnamese restaurant in Riverdale.  It’s been around since the 90s and is a family-run, neighbourhood spot.  It’s also a spot where vegetarians can partake in pho, swapping beef with tofu and some gai lan for colour.  They also have a roster of noodles of the non-beef variety such as seafood with

  • Michael's on Simcoe

    It took a year for Michael’s on Simcoe, a new Italian steakhouse at the corner of Adelaide and Simcoe, to be up and ready for business. But now that it’s open, owner Michael Dabic, the former general manager at Harbour Sixty Steakhouse, says his restaurant is mostly getting its business from word of mouth.

  • midfield- food

    A joint venture between well-known Toronto sommelier Christopher Sealy, formerly of Union, and local business owner Giuseppe Anile (who, until recently, owned Marquee Video and is a former manager at Bar Italia), Midfield features a wide selection of wine by the glass or bottle. “The midfield soccer player often spends the most energy, is the

  • Mii Sandwich Co.

    Whoever said you can’t find a good meal in a mall food court? Mii Sandwich Co. is located in the Yorkdale Shopping Centre’s swanky upstairs eatery. This Vietnamese fast-food spot is a fresh and healthy option amongst the greasier ones typically found here. Mii is passionate about serving good food at a reasonable price made

  • Mike's Fish Market

    For over 40 years, Mike’s Fish Market has been in business at the historic St. Lawrence Market. Mike’s specializes in frozen and fresh seafood, smoked fish, caviar and other prepared value-added items, plus so much more. At Mike’s, when they say fresh, they means it: select as many oysters as you want from the wide

  • Since opening in 2016, Miku has become the prime date night spot south of Queen Street. And beyond slim pickings in the area around Queen’s Quay, it’s no wonder why: Its main innovation, the aburi sushi, is a lightly torched morsels of fresh, creamy, and visually stunning slice of the season’s freshest catch on a

  • mildreds temple kitchen- pancakes

    In a city that loves brunch as much as Toronto, it takes a certain place to really be known amongst the masses. Chances are, you know of Mildred’s Temple Kitchen, the Liberty Village staple dedicated to locally sourced, seasonal ingredients, simply and sumptuously prepared. Perfection on a plate, Mrs. Biederhof’s infamous light and fluffy blueberry

  • Milky's Coffee

    Milky’s Coffee opened its doors on Dundas West in early February, and the stunning custom interior of this “design-forward” café is already drawing in mesmerized passersby. Nearly everything you see in Milky’s is the result of owner Fraser Greenberg’s collaboration with a Toronto-based artist, roaster, baker, or architect. “We really wanted to do something Canadian,” explains Greenberg, “which is hard because

  • In a location that opened as the York Mills Hotel in 1857, the Miller Tavern was originally designed as a roadhouse for travellers looking for a beer and a place to rest their horses. Now, it offers casual fine dining, featuring an oyster lounge and one of the city’s largest outdoor patios, as well as

  • Mira

    Peruvian spot Mira opened in the King West area back in February, the latest ICONINK property.

  • miss pippas- wine bottles

    Brockton village’s Miss Pippa’s is not to be missed. In fact, you could spend an entire afternoon there and not notice the time go by. This queer-owned business is a retail lounge concept that is one part wine bar and one part locally made gifts shop and one part floral arrangement locale. The space is

  • Mochica

    Mochica, a Toronto outpost of one of Montreal’s Peruvian restaurants, now occupies the space at 614 College St. The address, near Bathurst, had been home to Pisco 1641.

  • Milk Bar Toronto

    After months of rumours (and months of denying those rumours), Momofuku announced the opening of its newest Toronto venture last week: Milk Bar. As the uber popular dessert branch of the Momofuku empire, Milk Bar boasts multiple locations in New York City, all of them supplied by the Milk Bar bakery in Williamsburg, Brooklyn (where Toronto’s supply also comes from — it’s shipped in by UPS).

  • Momofuku Noodle Bar

    Chef David Chang’s New York City restaurant is setting the ramen bar high at Momofuku Noodle Bar. Located in the Shangri-La Hotel, this communal-style noodle bar is serving up modern ramen with a pan-Asian twist. With a background in French, Japanese and Korean cooking, David Chang is now one of the world’s leading top chefs.

  • Montauk

    Amongst its illustrious neighbours, like La Palma, Queen Margherita and Jen Agg’s Cocktail Bar, Montauk still manages to stand out. The crafty cocktail menu is detailed every night by the resident bartenders. Each night someone comes in and shakes up the menu, adding their own flare to the already existing libations. If this isn’t a

  • Montecito

    Ivan Reitman is launching Montecito, a 12,000-square-foot, 280-seat restaurant, a stone’s throw from the home base of the Toronto International Film Festival.