7 Sensational New Restaurants to Check Out in Toronto This Fall
- September 14, 2018
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We all love a visit to Tim Hortons, but there’s more to Toronto’s exciting culinary scene than Tim Bits! Just check out some of these fantastic new eateries…
1. Cocktails & Chargrilled Treats
, the bar cousin to Alo and Aloette, has opened at 57A-162 Cumberland (at Avenue) in Yorkville. Arriving just in time for the fall, Alobar puts its foot forward as a cocktail bar, but is also a full-fledged restaurant, offering choice seafood with the finest accoutrements, fish and chops off of the charcoal grill, and world-class wines, all served with genuine hospitality.
2. Fine Dining at Casual Prices
Featuring a range of fare, including vegan and vegetarian options, theprovides fine foods at a casual price. Now open, The Ontario Place exclusive restaurant offers a newly licensed patio overlooking the lake and features an eclectic menu by critically acclaimed chef Daniel Janetos.
3. Kung Fu Dumplings
Another unique venture of chef Daniel Janetos is that of Shaolin Ancient Dumpling. This pop-up experience is a collaboration with 34th generation Shaolin Monk, Shifu Yuan Jing. Create with a culinary master and learning Kung Fu with the Kung Fu master himself.
4. Asian Fusion at its Finest
Soon to be joining Toronto’s west end, Mother Tongue is a modern Asian restaurant and cocktail bar that will focus on Filipino, Japanese, Chinese and Canadian cuisine. The restaurant is opening this September in the Templar Hotel at 348 Adelaide Street West.
5. Marco Polo Menus
, presented by HEXO, is a distinctive culinary experience taking place at Katana (333 Bay Street) from September 29 to November 25. The elegant six-course meal embarks on a journey through the footsteps of Marco Polo guided by Le Petit Chef, with an international menu curated and presented by Chef Bashir Munye and 10tation event catering. The culinary event is an exploration of incredible flavours, 3D digital mapping, visual artistry and immersive storytelling delivering an unforgettable trip around the world in just two hours.
6. A Taste of the Med
Byblos represents a marriage of Eastern Mediterranean cuisine. Opening its second location at Yonge and Eglinton later this year, Byblos uses time-honored classic cooking techniques and modern methods. The menu features Mediterranean cuisine with a true coastal and cultural mosaic, served family style in a convivial atmosphere.
7. Serving Up Art
Celebrity hotspot d|bar at Four Seasons Hotel Toronto introduces a new look, complete with revitalized decor and LED art display screens. In addition to great food, drinks, music and company, d|bar will have two curated art exhibits for a limited time; a larger-than-life photography display honours women in film and television, while a mirrored installation invites guests to capture their own story.
If you’re heading to Toronto for a foodie getaway, theis 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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