Toronto's A La Carte program was born of similar cravings. But the project, designed to expand the city's street food beyond the humble hot dog, has been mired in bureaucracy since its inception. Eight months after launching, proprietors of the city-issue stands fear they are falling off the cart, citing licensing costs and cumbersome breakdown-prone vehicles as the recipe for their demise.
See my review of Sunrise House in the restaurant section.
See my review of W Burger Bar in the restaurants section.
See my review of Fin Izakaya in the restaurant section.
Previously a contender in the best pizza slice in the city battle, my expectations were set pretty high going in. But on my first visit, a few misses have me thinking that after the move they still need to do some work to get everything in its right place.
See my review of Vinny Massimo's Pizza & Pasta in the restaurants section.