I adventured to Toronto, Canada two weekends ago to visit two of my best friends from high school. They asked me what I wanted to do in Toronto and I said “eat and hang out with you guys.” And that is exactly what we did! So let’s see what I ate in Toronto : )
My latte came with a piece of chocolate. Enough said. Why don’t more coffee shops give free chocolate? I actually walked into this cafe because it had wifi, but I ended up enjoying my latte and worked from Aroma that day.
It’s very decadent! I enjoyed the fondue set but did not like the frozen hot chocolate because it was wayy too thick :/ It’s a great place to chat and hang out if you want to have dessert though!
I cannot say enough good things about these sushi burritos. They are huge and they are fresh. They really do fill you up (I ended up splitting it with a friend) and the ingredients are super fresh! It does get a little messy to eat, but very worth it!!
The Dunkin’ Donuts of Canada. Just kidding haha. I do really like the timbits though! They are more dense than the donut holes are Dunkin’ Donuts, and the churro flavor was delicious.
This is where we went for my pre-birthday dinner. The pastas are all very reasonably priced and all three of us loved what we ordered! I got the truffle ravioli and it was very tasty – I finished the whole thing and also ate a lot of bread. I loved the atmosphere of this place and think it would be a great date night location.
Friends who brunch together stay together. The thirty minute wait in the cold was worth it. We ordered the Eggs Federal, Smoked Trout Plate, and a half order of waffles and potatoes. It’s a must try if you are a big fan of brunch! Oh, and we also did a mini photoshoot because why not.
I saw this on laurDIY’s Instagram and knew I had to go. However, the staff were quite rude and the milkshake did not taste that great. At least it was cute for photos!
What is a trip to Canada without poutine? The fries were crispy and the toppings were fresh, so it was delicious! I’ve been to places where they have a bunch of different flavors to choose from, but the classic poutine is still the best.
After snacking all day, we still had space for dinner. The last time I went to Toronto, I went to this restaurant, and we heard that it moved and was revamped, so we gave it a go. The food took a long time to come out, but it was very delicious. The green curry had amazing flavors!
It was a blogger’s brunch. Sandra and I met up with Jessica for brunch at this vegan restaurant and it was delicious! Who knew vegan pizza could be so tasty? Plus, everything there is very Instagrammable. There is even a wall for people to take pictures at while they wait!
#eatingfortheinsta. That’s probably why everyone goes to this place. They made adorable latte art! While it’s a bummer that they don’t let you choose the design, it was a great surprise when I saw that I got an adorable dino!
I smuggled some Canadian goods back to America, including Sloane Tea, Squish candy, and Kinder eggs! Sandra from When She Wanders introduced Sloane Tea and Squish to me, and I am eternally grateful because I finished the gummies in two days and have been sipping on the tea almost every night!
A huge thank you to my best friends for taking me around Toronto and I can’t wait for us to be reunited again!
I hope you enjoyed my food adventures in Toronto and let me know what you want to try when you visit Toronto or if you have any suggestions for when I visit again. Thank you for stopping by : )