335 Jarvis Street, Toronto, ON, CA, M5B 2C2
- Phone: (416)962-4686
- Fax: (416) 962-1725
Billed as 'Asian Foods with a Twist', this restaurant serves up affordable and delicious Asian-fusion cuisine. From a range of Thai, Malaysian and Chinese offerings, you can select a great meal at a reasonable price. With a modern decor and narrow seating, Spring Rolls is more upscale than the prices suggest. A generous portion of Pad Thai is inexpensive for the amount and quality of noodles, seafood and meat bits one gets. Shakes with Asian fruits and flavors are also offered.
An overwhelming public response brought Camros from appearances at health trade shows and to the opening of the new Hayden Street location. Now scents of Persian spices flood the street outside Camros Organic Eatery and invites famished visitors inside. It's clear that the tiny restaurant caters mostly to take-away clients, but occasionally people will dine in. Amazingly delicious and intriguingly satisfying!
The Pilot Tavern, located in central Toronto specializes in contemporary food. Apart from being known for the delicious food served here, The Pilot Tavern is also known for the cozy atmosphere that envelopes this place. One more reason why this place is flocked on a regular basis is the number of events that take place here. Live concerts, social meet ups and corporate events take place in The Pilot Tavern on a regular basis. Check website for details.
Peridot Resto Lounge is the perfect joint for all the gastronomes of Toronto. Located in the heart of the city, Peridot has a classy lounge, a fantastic dining area and an exquisite rooftop patio. The platter is a fair mix of Mediterranean and Italian ruling the roost. The delicious sauces and toppings make every item on the menu a culinary delight. Round off your meal with chocolate cakes, tarts, mousse, coffee beverages or wines. Peridot hosts diverse events, functions, private parties and more. Call for reservation.
As its name suggests, this restaurant is known for its incredible city view. Located on the 51st floor of the Manulife Centre, this exclusive dining spot caters to the business and hotel crowd who don't mind paying extra for the experience. Two patios on both sides of the restaurant provide one with a seat above the hustle of Bloor and Bay Streets. The menu is a pricey selection of high-scale appetizers, including standard offerings as Spring Rolls to the more bizarre Ostrich Fillet with Kiwi Chutney.
Tucked away just south of Yonge and Bloor, this cozy café is the perfect spot for a romantic candlelit dinner or late-night after-club bite. Open 24/7, 7's three floors offer an intimate ambiance surrounded by hues of reds and charming exposed-brick walls. The Mediterranean-style menu features meal-sized salads, gourmet pizzas and hearty pastas. If you're looking to snack, pick on the classic Bruschetta or nibble away at the Antipasto appetizer. Don't leave without ordering the divine Caramel Cheesecake, a dessert sure to melt in your mouth as you lick your fork for more.
If you are in Toronto, looking for a wholesome meal to satisfy your large appetite, nothing could be better than Crêpes. To delve into the authentic French flavors of crepes, Crêpes à GoGo is the way to head. Here, delicious sandwiches and buckwheat crepes are served in a no-fuss cheerful ambiance. Swiss cheese, chocolates, eggs, smoked salmon, spinach, tomatoes and mushrooms you can have your crepe with savories of your choice. Bite into one and you would definitely return for more! Truly a place worth a visit.
Named after a super continent that existed 250 years ago, this well-known restaurant is true to its name Pangaea. It is one of the most eclectic places where international cuisines are offered with a regional twist. A cozy and intimate dining area with an upper level that is at once elegant, upscale and trendy. Food is made using local produce and organic ingredients. Mahogany glazed salmon with lime caramel butter, wild mushroom risotto and grilled calamari with beurre noisette, are their signature items. Pecan almond torte and chestnut chocolate cake are for those who want to indulge their sweet tooth. Opt for a chardonnay or shiraz if you're looking for a wine from its award-winning wine bar.
With high backed, plush red couches, burgundy wallpaper, pool tables, dartboards, soccer on the "telly" and types of draft beer, there's no mistaking the authenticity of this pub at the Yonge-Bloor cross downtown. There is live music every Saturday night and a weekly dart league for those whose aim is true. The traditional British cuisine is augmented with some creative Euro-twists. Tandoori chicken breast and hummus tapas are offered alongside the more conventional orders of fish and chips, steak and mushroom pie, and Irish stew.
Inspired by the original 'dabbawallah' or tiffin carrier concept from India, owner Jared Ross decided to set up Veda Healthy Indian Takeout novel outlet in the trendy district of Yorkville. The idea behind Veda Healthy Indian Takeout is that Indian culinary delights should be able to reach your doorstep. The food can be ordered for a decent fee and most importantly, it's healthy. Care is taken to segregate the menu into vegan and lactose-free gradations for the customers. Basmati rice, dals, curries and other preparations are what should be expected. Do check the website if you are looking for options to customize your take away.
A visit to Spirits Bar & Grill is sure to be the cure-all for your weekly woes. A longtime favorite in Toronto, Spirits combines an extensive menu, an amicable staff, and a laid-back atmosphere. Here you can try creative menu items such as pesto pizza or choose from more traditional pub fare. For detailed information on menu items and prices, visit their website.
This upscale French-Canadian eatery in the posh Yorkville area draws crowds for the usual reasons – great food, service and ambiance. But you might get a bonus chance to catch a glimpse of celebs like Mick Jagger, Charles Bronson and Sylvester Stallone. Included under the same roof is the bistro, with live jazz. Dishes range from Butter Poached Monkfish Fillet and Roasted Normandie Duck Breast to Veal Sweetbread Medallions. The wine list features more than 100 selections.