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  • Old Town Toronto may not be the first place one would expect to find Texas barbecue in the city, but Triple A Bar aims to switch things up a bit. Owners Racquel Youtzy and Tiz Pivetta have more than a few years of experience — and businesses — between them, and say that the evolving

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    A revamp of True True pizzeria, which formerly occupied the space, True True Diner is a modern diner helmed by chef Suzanne Barr (who previously ran the kitchen in Gerrard East’s now-shuttered brunch spot Saturday Dinette). Black-and-white photos depicting key moments in the civil rights movement line the restaurant’s white subway tiled walls — a

  • The Yonge and Sheppard outpost of Tsujiri, the 155-year-old purveyor of Japanese tea and matcha based desserts, has recently opened up its second floor with a new dine-in menu. On the ground floor there’s usually a lineup for the matcha lattes, slices of irresistible cheesecake and soft serve. Upstairs, the new offerings include more substantial

  • Tuk Tuk Canteen is dishing out Asian sharing plates from an open kitchen, headed up by chef Mike Tan, with a culinary focus on Cambodian and other southeast Asian fare. Chef Tan recently travelled to Cambodia with his parents, who hadn’t been since they escaped the Khmer Rouge, to learn about the cuisine of his

  • Tutti Matti serves food and wine that honours the spirit and culture of Tuscany. It is the fulfillment of a dream of chef Alida Solomon, who sought to bring both Tuscan food and culture to Toronto. The restaurant features an evolving menu that never strays too far from the original Tuscan concept, with both permanent

  • Deeply rooted in its southern Italian heritage, Tutto Pronto keeps it simple with its impeccable Italian fare and inviting atmosphere. With a focus on the best and freshest ingredients, the menu at Tutto Pronoto is a celebrated selection of stripped down Italian classics that highlight the beautiful flavours in each individual dish. The menu here

  • This no-frills diner at Pape and the Danforth stands out amongst the sea of restaurants in Greektown. Tzatziki is a diner-style restaurant connected to Macchiato café where you can grab a coffee before taking your seat. This place is always busy with neighbourhood guests chatting with each other in Greek over a plate of souvlaki.

  • Put the passports away, authentic Osaka-style udon has landed in Toronto with Udon Kitanoya. This spot in the Annex is bright and spacious with vintage Japanese posters and a mural by Toronto artist Kayla Buium as decor. Executive chef Shikatani Masatosi has left 30 years of cooking in Japan behind to bring Torontonians the flavours

  • On the southwest coast of India sits the beautiful town of Udupi. Rich in culture, the Temple City has produced millions of food connoisseurs, like the people who brought Udupi Palace to Toronto. This southern Indian vegetarian restaurant is pulling out all the stops to show us that Indian food isn’t limited to just curries

  • Umami, the fifth (and best) flavour profile, means that something is savoury and flavourful. Umami Poke is doing just that with our favourite Hawaiian dish. Using flavours from Toronto’s melting pot of cuisines, Umami Poke infuses its bowls with flavours of Korea and the Middle East. Poke is a fresh bowl composed of raw fish,

  • Michelle Genttner and Luis Martins may have come from opposite sides of the world, but they have one universal goal: zero food waste. The pair owns Unboxed Market, the zero waste food market in the Trinity Bellwoods neighbourhood that encourages customers to shop sustainably for all their everyday essentials. The throwaway lifestyle has become rampant

  • Uncle Betty's

    Whether you’re looking for sweet, savoury or a something in between, Uncle Betty’s Diner is the place to go when looking for a hearty midtown meal. The vibrant diner sits on the corner of Yonge Street and Albertus Avenue and is unmissable with its sky-blue painted storefront. The orange interior matched with diner furniture and

  • Dundas West’s cool factor continues with Korean snack bar Uncle Mikey’s. The owner and chef, Michael Kim, has lived in Korea, Vancouver, Toronto and New York where he was trained as a chef at the French Culinary Institute. The food at Uncle Mikey’s somehow manages to seamlessly fuse all those places’ cuisines together to create

  • Welcome to the first Uncle Tetsu Angel Café in the world, and the only maid-style café in Toronto.

  • Unicorn Cafe

    From the people that brought Toronto the somewhat controversial Poop Cafe, comes the city’s first unicorn-themed restaurant. The Unicorn Cafe is serving up some pretty magical dishes and whimsical beverages at Bloor and Bathurst. The full-fledged dinner and lunch menu features dishes like the Unicorn Bento Box, ginormous french fries and magic flying noodles. The desserts

  • 16 Union

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    It’s hard to find a Torontonian who hasn’t dined out on Ossington. The west end stretch, laden with restos and bars and bars masquerading as restos, is an easy destination for a nuit on the town. But back in 2009, when Union hopped onto the scene, the strip was far less trodden. Thanks to its

  • Union Social Eatery has been expanding all over the GTA. Created as a gathering place for Torontonians to eat, drink and be merry, Union Social has everything you need for an afternoon, evening or even morning pick-me-up. The menu features modern Canadian classics made with fresh and delicious ingredients. Broken down into several cutely named

  • St. Lawrence Market’s Uno Mustachio serves famous Italian sandwiches. Options include favourites like chicken parmigiana, meatball and veal parmigiana with eggplant. All sandwiches are served on a fresh kaiser bun with mustachio’s signature tomato sauce and your choice of toppings. A variety of pastas and salads are also available. Wash everything down with some Brio

  • A cheery neighbourhood staple for eight years now, Urban Herbivore is Kensington Market’s go-to place for vegetarian-friendly grub. Taking over a corner space on one of the market’s main thoroughfares, the Herbivore has an extremely loyal following in the community. With plenty of lime green accents and ferns hanging from the ceiling, the space feels as though you’ve stumbled into an eatery straight off a Thai beach.

  • Vegandale Brewery

    Billed as Toronto’s only vegan brewery and restaurant, Vegandale Brewery offers vegan beers and eats in its roomy Parkdale brew house. Local brewer Mike Duggan (whose brewery Duggan’s previously occupied the space) has created vegan beers with names tied to vegan ideology, like Morally Superior IPA and Principled Pilsner. The beer-friendly food menu comes courtesy