A Toronto Transformation

Toronto looks Good Enough to Eat

tiramisu

Gorgeous tiramisu for dessert at DT Bistro

One of the things I was the most excited to move to the city for was the food. Toronto has an incredible array of diverse restaurants in every price range, helmed by some incredibly talented chefs.

Lately I’ve been documenting some of this incredible fare for spotted by locals, a fantastic travel guide written by locals in the know that you should definitely take a look at if you are travelling to or live in any major cities in the UK or North America.

Here are a few of my delicious, delicious outtakes for you to feast your eyes on.

Lunch at the Gallery Grill (aka Hogwarts, you should see the stained glass windows in the main dining hall!)

Lunch at the Gallery Grill (aka Hogwarts, you should see the stained glass windows in the main dining hall!)

prosciutto-wrapped asparagus at the Saint tavern

Brunch at The Saint tavern. Prosciutto-wrapped anything is just fiiine by me thanks.

rosebud ginger tea at Thai Basil Toronto

I’m obsessed with this rosebud ginger tea from Thai Basil on Bloor.

monkey bread from Wanda's Pie in the Sky

Cinnamon and sugar find a beautiful forever home in Wanda’s Pie in the Sky‘s monkey bread.

Greg's toasted marshmallow ice cream

Greg’s toasted marshmallow ice cream. With sprinkles! (if you ask nicely)

Beautiful cocktails at Grace Restaurant Toronto

Gorgeous cocktails at Grace on College.

Bon appetit!

13 Responses to Toronto looks Good Enough to Eat

  • Erin says:

    Oh man! All that food looks yummy!

    The Saint is the best for brunch. One time I almost fainted from pure delight. There was just too much goodness – the waiter came over and asked if I was ok and I told him I was having a strong reaction to the delicious food. I am sure he thought I was insane, but that’s ok because I was in food heaven.

    • metamorphocity says:

      It really is something special. And I totally have a similarly strong reaction to really delicious food. Sticky toffee pudding at Harbord House, brunch at Prague Deli and a lemon tart at Tati all made me giddy and euphoric and brought tears to my eyes. Sadly, both Prague and Tati have since closed. So I must find new foods to forge weird emotional connections with!

  • Amanda says:

    Those photos remind me of being in Melbourne and trying out all the new and exciting eateries. I never knew that Toronto was big on food, so that gives me another “pro” to go under the list of reasons why I should visit other places in North America besides my sister (LA) and New York.

  • I can’t be looking at stuff like this so late at night. I already did the trick where I brushed my teeth to trigger the notion that I am done eating for the day but now I don’t know. These dishes look divine. Especially that tea. What a beautiful pot. I mean, it must be something special for me to mention it above the cinnamon thing and the marshmallow ice cream. I’ve been making a point to get out to new restaurants recently and it’s been so much fun. Nothing beats an hour or two with good company, food and booze.

    • metamorphocity says:

      Absolutely! I think about half of my budget goes to meals with friends. I love taking advantage of living in a city with such an incredible cornucopia of delicious things to try. No buyer’s remorse here!

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