It’s a new week, so you know what that means Toronto! It’s time for our roundup of the top six restaurants of the week. The city’s foodie scene is ever-growing and we want to make sure that you aren’t missing out on some of the best eats in The 6ix. Want to find out more? Check out our complete list of picks below.
Here are top six restaurants of the week:
Did someone say golden rotisserie chickens? The bistro, operated by Zach Kolomeir of Dreyfus, features dishes with ingredients sourced from local farms. The chicken is served as either half or full with fries, coleslaw and buns on the side. The restaurant is open every Wednesday to Sunday from 5 pm – 10 pm. Walk-ins are available and reservations via Resy.
Must haves: Rotisserie chicken, cauliflower
The Japanese themed destination offers a variety of snacks, drinks and small plate dishes. You can find items like Katsu Bun, tapas, dumplings and lots more. The restaurant is open Monday to Saturday from 5 pm – 11 pm and no reservations are necessary.
Must haves: Dyno wings, Salmon Aburi
This diner is known for its homely comfort food. Customers can expect to walk into a space filled with intimate seating and an open bar top. The menu is cleverly split into “French” (traditional French items) and “Diner” (American version of dishes). They also have an extensive wine selection, including white, red and bubbles. Reservations can be made online on the site here.
Must haves: Steak Frites, Tuna Melt
This Italian hotspot serves pastas, pizzas and seafood platters. The quaint location at St. Clair Avenue West hosts painted ceilings and steel decor. There’s a lot to choose from on the menu like risotto, salads, fresh pasta and wood-fired pizzas. Ferro is open from 11 am and reservations can be made online.
Must haves: Magic Mushroom, Octupus
If you’re looking for Middle Eastern soul food, then Fat Pasha is the place to be. The menu is split into starters, mains & sides and family meals. You can find classics like falafel, hummus, fattoush and shawarma. The restaurant is open every Wednesday to Sunday from 5 pm – 10 pm.
Must haves: Roasted Cauliflower
Experience traditional Mexican flavours and cooking styles at Quetzal. The menu features quesadilla, grilled items (squid, scallops, duck) and vegetarian options as well. The restaurant is currently open for dinner from 6 pm – 10 pm from Wednesday to Sunday. Reservations can be made online here or via telephone.
Must haves: Scallops, sweet breads