5 (More!) Sensational New Restaurants to Check Out in Toronto This Fall
- September 20, 2018
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1. Liquid Nitrogen Ice Cream, Anyone?
Cauldron Ice Cream, a California-based chain known for its rose-shaped, liquid nitrogen ice cream and original ‘Puffle Cones’ is expanding in a major way. Five stores are planned for the GTA alone, and the first is now open at 502 Queen Street West. The company prides itself on its homemade all natural ice cream made in small batches. With flavours rotating every month, Cauldron Ice Cream is sure have a tasty treat for everyone.
2. Salad Days
The Mad Radish, the brainchild of the famous founder of David’s Tea, David Segal, is a salad chain opening its first Toronto location at 2293 Yonge and Eglinton next month. Mad Radish is committed to making healthy food for busy people, all without breaking the bank.
3. DIY BBQ
Gyu-Kaku is about to bring its brand of DIY BBQ to yet another Toronto neighbourhood. The chain of Japanese barbecue restaurants already operates locations across the US and Canada, including a Toronto outpost on Church at Adelaide. Now a new outpost is planned for North York near Sheppard and Victoria Park, slated to open this fall.
4. It’s a Family Affair
Brought to you by the team behind Barberian’s Steakhouse, Harry’s Steakhouse will be opening its doors this fall. Expect to be delighted with their celebrated cuisine of course including its renowned steak. Since the opening of their first restaurant in 1959, the Barberian family has been patriotically Canadian with every effort being made to retain the character of original historic buildings in which their restaurant occupies, all while showcasing authentic Canadian artwork.
5. Where Japanese & Peruvian Flavours Meet
Located in Brookfield Place, Chotto Matte will give you an experience you will want to repeat, with its mix of a contemporary urban environment, spectacle and great cuisine. The Nikkei cuisine is at the heart of the Chotto Matte experience which will open in late 2018. It embraces the very best of Nikkei (Japanese – Peruvian) cuisine, with bold eye-catching natural colours and mouth-watering taste sensations.
If you’re heading to Toronto and want to sample the hippest new eateries in town, the Best Western Toronto Airport Hotel is a great accommodation option. You won’t have to worry about missing your flight home, as the property’s complimentary shuttle ensures that you will be at the airport for your flight in plenty of time.
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