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A must for foodies! Michelin restaurant level food has come to Leslieville. I highly recommend the tasting menu with the premium wine tasting. The price level is fantastic for the quality of the dishes and the quality of the wine. Excellent service that explained the servings and the wine. Friendly and knowledgeable staff make the experience that much better. MoreOpenTable Diner -
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MATCH Eatery & Public House has combined the welcoming and social traditions of a neighbourhood pub with the high-energy of a lively sports bar. The big game, the family celebrations, or social gatherings with friends... our casual and upbeat atmosphere is ideal for any occasion. Whatever your great night out looks like, we'll match it with our creative comfort food, cold libations and exciting entertainment.More
Mrs Robinson is a cocktail bar and music venue that opened its doors December 8th 2017. The patrons will experience hand crafted cocktails, great eats and the very best of Soul, Funk, Disco and Old School Hip Hop from the 1960’s, 1970’s and 1980’s music era's. We are currently only taking limited reservations through Open Table for early evening service: between the hours of 6pm-9pm following which we're open for walk-ins only. Please contact us directly for large party inquiries: firstname.lastname@example.orgMore
AREPA is the bread of Venezuelans; a flattened and grilled corn meal bun originating from South America. It is an indigenous dish found mostly in countries like Colombia and Venezuela.
Arepa sandwiches are sold in rural and urban environments alike. Twenty four hour restaurants, in cities like Caracas, make it the ‘queen dish’ on street food.
Arepa Café brought the corn meal sandwich to Urban Toronto – established since 2009 on Queen St. West. The experience has been one of honesty and integrity contributing to the Canadian market and becoming a Venezuelan restaurant selling arepas in DT Toronto.More
With population rates soaring in recent years, Toronto has a developed a melting pot of a cuisine in style and flavor. With influences as broad as Korea, Venezuela, Ethiopia, and Eastern Europe, you’ll find both big-named cheffy establishments side-by-side authentic global fare. Frequently used as a backdrop for TV and movies set in New York City, this cosmopolitan food destination is not unlike NY in its serious variety, in particular in the Asian realm (a sector not to be missed on any trip to Toronto) and ubiquity of quality hotdogs. A stroll through Kensington Market showcases the city’s best food finds in a matter of a few blocks that is wholly immersive. And like NYC, if you’re hungry for it, you can find it in Canada’s biggest city.