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A Toronto Culinary Adventure

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A Toronto Culinary Adventure

Toronto is an absolute culinary hotbed. The city is made up of people from all corners of the world, each of whom bring their own unique take on what’s deemed delicious. From Lebanese to Laotian to Latin American and beyond, it’s possible to find any genre of cuisine in Toronto.

And while it’s not a cast-in-stone list — after all, people’s palate preferences change all the time — here are a few tried-and-true places to eat when visiting Toronto. Check in to one of Magellan Luxury Hotels’ four- or five-star Toronto accommodations, freshen up and hit the town for the meal of your life. We recommend staying at the Trump International Toronto, Windsor Arms Hotel, or The Fairmont Royal York Toronto.

Edulis — 169 Niagara St.
Winner of EnRoute magazine’s Best New Restaurant in Canada in 2012, Chef/owner Michael Caballo took over the former Niagara Street Cafe spot, where he had led the kitchen from 2005-2008. Caballo’s Spanish heritage has influenced his role as a chef, with his travels to Spain and beyond infusing each of his dishes with worldly flavors.

Scaramouche — One Benvenuto Place
For over 30 years, Scaramouche has been at the forefront of bringing contemporary cuisine to the city of Toronto. Executive chef Keith Froggett focuses on local/regional ingredients in creating his culinary sensations. Scaramouche also boasts one of the city’s best wine lists — discover a new favorite or bring your own for a nominal corkage fee.

ONE — 116 Yorkville Ave.
Modern, fresh, and exciting — words that could describe both the restaurant’s decor and the dishes created at ONE. A Mark McEwan property, ONE continues to make a name for itself thanks to its contemporary North American cuisine — especially its steak and seafood. Whether you’re looking for breakfast, lunch or dinner, ONE provides delectable options for every preference.

Buca — 604 King St. West
While it may not be the biggest place, Buca brings some of the most incredible flavors of Italy to life in Toronto. From the meat and cheese plates to house-made pastas to authentic pizzas and beyond, Every bite at Buca recalls the best of modern Italian fare. It’s a fun, lively place to eat.

Bymark — 66 Wellington St. West
Executive chef Brooke McDougall has taken this Mark McEwan spot in the TD Towers and made it his own. This beautifully decorated space features a menu that’ss “contemporary and classic, international yet decidedly Canadian,” with a healthy number of seafood choices as well as delicate starters and incredible cuts of meat.



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