Here's the list of the best bibimbap in Toronto.
Buried deep (well, as deep as 300 feet can get) inside this street, are a significant number of independent businesses that are impressive in both their diversity and quality. It may fly under the radar, but I personally love Northtown Way. In addition to the interesting points of diversion, this miniscule street also has a roundabout framed by small park benches and plenty of greener in the middle of the street. Nice touch.
Congee is also well-known as a comfort food, a term that is clearly viewed very differently than in traditional North American cooking that puts dishes such as grilled cheese or poutine in that same category.
And coin is key. As is often the case, the best comes at a premium. Don't go to these places looking for spicy tuna rolls or sushi pizza. There's a whole whack of decent cheap options that satisfy those cravings. For a sushi splurge, prepare yourself, as any one of the following places has the potential to completely ruin you from what is currently your favourite sushi place...you've been warned.
Here are the best cheap sushi restaurants in Toronto.