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The Best Nachos in Toronto

Posted by Liora Ipsum / April 7, 2014

Nachos TorontoThe best nachos in Toronto keep to the classic formula of chips, cheese and toppings. This line-up of sports bars, pubs and Mexican grills really distinguishes itself in their use of top-notch toppings and skilled layering techniques.

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The Best Pies in Toronto

Posted by Erinn Beth Langille / April 4, 2014

pies torontoThe best pies in Toronto can be found in bakeries and pastry shops around the city, each with their own version a slice above the rest. Some stick to the traditional, serving a perfected copy of what Grandma used to make, buttery, flaky and filled with ripe fruit. Others raise the bar by adding crowd-pleasing details like chocolate drizzle tops and thicker shortbread crusts.

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The Best Pizza in Toronto

Posted by Liora Ipsum / April 2, 2014

best pizza torontoThe best pizza in Toronto is a little slice of heaven, beloved for a seductive trinity of cheese, sauce and crust. Whether you're loyal to thin-crusted Neapolitan varieties, crispy stretched Roman-style pies or unabashed mozzarella-topped American classics, Toronto has a pizzeria to satisfy your craving.

Here is the best pizza in Toronto.

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The Best Butter Chicken in Toronto

Posted by Liora Ipsum / March 31, 2014

Butter Chicken TorontoThe best butter chicken in Toronto is decadent, comforting and addictive. Best had with basmati rice or tandoori'd breads, this dish has become a celebrated staple on menus at Indian restaurants and take-out counters across town.

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The Best French Toast in Toronto

Posted by Liora Ipsum / March 28, 2014

best french toast torontoThe best French toast in Toronto is a staple on brunch menus citywide, appealing to sweet tooths looking to satisfy morning cravings with eggy bread and our most prized and essential local commodity, maple syrup. This is a breakfast dish so classic, it's no wonder that kitchens like to get inventive with combinations of fruit, candies, creams, and even duck confit.

Here is the best French toast in Toronto.

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The Best Croissant in Toronto

Posted by Erinn Beth Langille / March 26, 2014

croissant torontoThe best croissants in Toronto take into consideration the delicate balance of butter and air that makes the classic French pastry so famous. The yeast-leavened dough is layered with butter and rolled and folded many times, similar to puff pastry (the technique is called laminating), which results in tiny air pockets that contribute to its flakiness. The classic crescent shape gives us its name and makes it easily spotted on buffets, breakfast nooks and bread counters around the world.

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