Where are some of the best foodie places in Toronto

Where are some of the best foodie places in Toronto

Pusateri’s (several Toronto locations) – a high end supermarket with everything from meat to chocolates.McEwen (A few locations) – Pusateri’s new competition, which mostly focuses on everyday food and ready-to-go meals.Eataly (Bay & Bloor in the Manulife Centre) – An Italian food market with both groceries and ready to eat meals.

Loblaw’s Maple Leaf Gardens (Carleton & Church) – One of the largest supermarkets in Toronto, and the largest in the area.In addition to standard grocery fare, it has several stand-alone food counters with ready to eat meals.Downsview Park Flea Market Food Court (Downsview Park, – weekends only) – All independently owned food kiosks serving a variety of Toronto’s ethnic cuisines at reasonable prices.

Regularly chosen as Toronto’s best food court.Note – currently closed during the pandemic.The Real Jerk (two locations) Acknowledged as the best Jerk chicken restaurant in the city, and has recently opened a location in London, England.

John Vince Foods – near Downsview Park – Toronto’s largest bulk food store which regularly gets food from all over the continent from its position in the Toronto Food Terminal.Makes Bulk Barn, the city’s largest bulk food chain, look like Bulk Shack.Chinatowns – the main ones are at Dundas & Spadina, Sheppard & Kennedy in Agincourt, and Steels & Kennedy in Markham.