In Toronto, eating is more than nutrition for a body, it's all about nurturing mind and soul, too. It's how locals reconnect with friends after a long work week and it's a primary reason visitors plan their vacations, time and again, in this beautiful city. Toronto restaurants offer it all. World-renowned chefs, restaurants that draw folks in from around the world and of course, the service and commitment to quality that keep visitors and locals coming back for more, in many ways, is like a crossroads of global food favorites.

The Good Fork Brunch and Bistro serves brunch seven days a week. One can enjoy deep fried poached eggs, topped with romesco sauce and Parmesan along with warm flatbed and hand cut fries. This lovely bistro offers breakfast platters with a classic favorite: pancakes. With a warm and inviting atmosphere and affordable prices, it's no wonder it's a Toronto favorite.

Canoe, Oliver and Bonacini’s flagship restaurant, is a classic favorite. With recently completed renovations, it too has an inviting atmosphere and friendly wait staff. With global inspiration that defines its vast menu, there's a certain casualness about this restaurant that draws visitors in. It accommodates vegetarians and vegans as well, making it a versatile choice.

In Toronto, food is about far more than just a recipe - it's about exploring and considering new cultures and flavor combinations. Whether it's a "come as you are" relaxed dining atmosphere or a full-scale, reservation-driven Toronto restaurant, there's no end to the possibilities for residents and vacationers alike. It just doesn't get any better.

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