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Sheesha (hookah) bars in Toronto

Posted by Robyn Urback / March 11, 2011

Sheesha TorontoSheesha in Toronto is enjoyed by many looking to spend a relaxing (and yes, legal) night out. Its roots trace back to India, though now sheesha has arguably entered the mainstream worldwide. The practice of adding flavours, though, such as cherry, blackberry, or mint, is relatively new, and has really taken hold just over the past 20 or 30 years.

Sheesha (or shisha, narghile, mu'assel ) typically contains tobacco, but herbal versions are also produced (and available at some places listed below) which contain no tobacco or nicotine. Of course, the bubbling sound, gentle buzz, and overall sensation can be addicting in itself. Fortunately, there are several places in Toronto where you can indulge, along with a meal, coffee, or dessert.

Here are just a few places to get your hookah on in Toronto:

Sheesha Lounge and Coffee House
At Bloor and Ossington, Sheesha Lounge and Coffee House is a restaurant, café, and sheesha lounge all meshed into one. On the restaurant end, Sheesha Lounge offers items such as gourmet pizza and goat cheese and chicken organic salad, the cafe boasts specialty coffees and pastries made on site, and then, of course there's the sheesha lounge in the back complete with hookahs imported from Syria and Egypt. Various regular flavours are available, or you can opt for "V.I.P. Sheesha," which uses distilled water and filtered ice for improved taste.

PAAEEZ on College at Manning offers more of a club-ish experience (or so the dim lighting and DJ booth would have you believe) with a full bar and lounging areas. Along with several flavours of Shisha, you can also order various Middle Eastern dishes including Haleem (a dish with eggplant and grilled top sirloin) and Bademjoon (sautéed eggplant and garlic with onions, saffron, and mint).

Markaz Café and Shisha Lounge at Richmond just west of University has both regular and herbal sheesha on its menu, the latter of which is specially commissioned from a partner in Egypt and contains no tobacco. Markaz also has a fully Halal menu and a big patio that might just be open in coming weeks (fingers crossed). Beyond the regular customers, Markaz often plays host to groups and special community events.

Café Awtash
Finally, a place where you can inhale your coffee. Yes, coffee is one of the flavours offered at Café Awtash's hookah bar, as well as other regulars such as mint, watermelon, and double apple. At College and Bathurst, Awtash also has fresh juices, specialty teas, and fair trade coffee drinks on its menu, as well as Persian main course dishes and desserts. Then, of course, there's its Sunday Soul Train event every second Sunday of the month, because even reggae and hip hop goes with sheesha, right?

On Queen West between Bathurst and Trinity Bellwoods Park, Banu Iranian Kabob & Vodka Bar has a full restaurant menu of authentic Iranian dishes and uses mostly organic meat (though it is not Halal). While its patio is relatively small, Banu has a complete Hookah menu of flavours to choose from, many of which are echoed in its dessert menu of ice creams, sorbets, and chocolate.

Beirut Palace
Sheesha on the patio is the big draw for Beirut Palace in Bloordale. While the food menu--and décor, for that matter--is an eclectic mix of inspiration from various cultures, the sheesha is pretty straightforward. Beirut Palace also has lots of vegetarian options on its menu, along with kabobs, wraps, and many other Middle Eastern dishes.

Is your favourite hookah place not on this list? Please add it to the comments below.

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Saima Ali / March 11, 2011 at 09:11 am
I went to Paaeez once and would NEVER go back. Management was incredibly rude to us when they found out that half our party was not going to be drinking alcoholic beverages. They said it was a "policy" that people had to get alcohol if they wanted to smoke there. We offered to pay the premium for the drinks but get virgin cocktails instead (for those who weren't drinking), and they still asked us to leave. All this on a weekday, when the place was not exactly bursting at the seams.

Get a grip and fix your attitude. I've told all my friends about the horrible service I encountered at Paaeez and always stop people from going there. Hot Pot on Danforth is a hit for sheesha aficionados looking for an authentic experience. Markaz in financial district is also recommended for good sheesha and decent food.
Dan Fraser / March 11, 2011 at 09:13 am
How does this work with the indoor smoking ban in Toronto? Is it somehow exempt?
silly / March 11, 2011 at 09:15 am
Paaeez is not good. I love sheesha and have a bit of experience smoking hooka. I have been there on multiple occasions and have found that their hookas are not smooth and enjoyable. You run the risk of popping a blood vessel from having to suck the mouth piece with such incredible force to get the smallest amount of smoke.
Brian / March 11, 2011 at 09:19 am
Not surprisingly, these are all in the west end. For those who dwell in on the east side, and want an authentic north african experience, try Cafe Tangiers and the Casablanca Cafe on Danforth Ave near Greenwood.
Peter / March 11, 2011 at 09:45 am
Sheesha Lounge is one of my favourite new places. The staff is always super nice, the food and snacks are delicious and reasonably priced, and there's never a problem getting a seat.
KL / March 11, 2011 at 10:04 am
Paaeez was awful. Expensive drinks, expensive shisha, uncomfortable and pretentious vibe.
matt stone / March 11, 2011 at 10:19 am
Hey, does anyone know if the Kensington pot bars have hookas?
mrpalmer / March 11, 2011 at 11:06 am
not sure, I do knwo that I wouldn't step foot back into one of those places as the staff that work at them are arrogant dolts. They ahve very little product knowledge, come off as ridiuclously dumb and have a chip on their should, for some reason not apparent, if I were a total douchebag I'd not be proud. They give a bad name to pot smoking really, the stores outside of kensignton that sell bongs and pipes etc are a million times better. Better staff, better products, nicer setting and MUCH better customer service. I hope the kensignton shops are shut down really, they're a bloody embarassment.
Richard Flohil / March 11, 2011 at 11:23 am
I LOVE Banu - 777 Queen W, amn easy address to remember. Great vibe, wonderful food, and coffee to die for. The hookah thing is cool, and pleasant enough, but it's the vodka and the service that keep me going back!
SL / March 11, 2011 at 11:28 am
Layaly El Shark is a fantastic place! It's located on Pharmacy and Lawrence...Great Staff and Super Cheap Sheeshas too!!
Ryan Lowe / March 11, 2011 at 04:11 pm
Tried these places out in Korea, good times indeed!

- Ryan
simuls / March 11, 2011 at 05:27 pm
Unless you're only smoking the herbal versions, this is incredibly bad for you. Even if sharing, the amount of nicotine/tar you're inhaling is huge. A typical 1 hour session of smoking is the equivalent of smoking 100-200 cigarettes - per person. Should be banned like regular cigarette smoking indoors.
Nabil / March 12, 2011 at 03:52 am
How does Blog TO manage to ignore the SEVEN+ shisha cafes on the Danforth, all located close to Greenwood Station?

Cafe Tangiers, Casablanca Cafe, Hot Pot, Aida Cafe, Lazy Hour, name a few.

Feldwebel Wolfenstool / March 12, 2011 at 11:08 am
Why would anyone emulate such a filthy habit? Enjoy sucking up someone else's sputum, you fools.
Midaudionight / March 12, 2011 at 04:06 pm
Casablanca Cafe is the best, open late most nights, but it gets crowded really quickly. East of Greenwood station on the south side. Very cheap and the owner is really nice. Been going there since before he took over the business. He made some great changes that make the place really welcoming.
Midaudionight replying to a comment from simuls / March 12, 2011 at 04:07 pm
mmmmmm oh so tasty. Im going to get some shisha right now, thanks for the tip
irina / March 15, 2011 at 08:04 pm
I have to agree with Richard. Banu is awesome. The vodka drinks are awesome. They infuse vodka with saffron and other things and serve it with pomegranate and cherry juices. There's a cucumber one too. Exciting. Tried hookah for the first time at Banu and it was good. The staff is friendly and the food and drinks are delicious.
Reza / April 1, 2011 at 02:32 pm
None of these Hookah bars mentioned here actualyl offer you anything even remotely close to a real hookah. They do offer u a nice atmosphere which for me is very aritifical..a hookah bar as it is in middle east is supposed to offer you personal and affordable service (after all a Hookah and its tobacco does not cost that much)
There are several places in Scarborough who do a far better job at a lower price, but I am not sure if the crowd here is looking for the materialistic value or for authenticity...
Stacey replying to a comment from Reza / April 4, 2011 at 03:55 pm
What are the names of the places in Scarborough , that you are talking about .
Reza / April 13, 2011 at 12:14 pm
Ok I don't the exact address (street and number) and I can't find them I will ask the owner and post it here
Sham / May 2, 2011 at 01:01 am
there is only one place in the city that offers a stylish ambiance, real original theme and they have their own brand of herbal shisha they manufacture in Egypt. The best part is that they have a huge outdoor rooftop patio that will be opening the first week of May and they offer the cadillac of Egyptian shisha and Al-fakher tobacco. Its a great restaurant cuz the food is fusion of the middle-east. Simply the best place for shish in the city.
Reza / May 2, 2011 at 10:35 am
The places that I have found are the following; all these places offer Al-Fakher btw...but ask for it.

Pyramids Club, 1331 Warden Ave, Scarborough, Ontario, +1 416 752 3401 (Excellent though recently their quality has slipped a bit)

Layali El Sharke Coffee And Shisha, 1883 Lawrence Ave E Unit A
Toronto, (416) 751-0307 (Very goodtheir quality had slipped now they are trying to make it good again)

There is couple of other good places too which I havent been too such as Om Khultum, and others which I have forgotten the name of..I will post them when I find out

but I would personally stay away from the following: Aladins, Oasis, Buda Bar, VIP Snookers if it still exists (Generally anything out of Scarborough has always been bad)
no one important / August 7, 2011 at 12:49 pm
For those who are looking for a slightly more upscale and classy experience, I suggest you visit Tea Va See. They don’t serve any alcohol, but are open till very late hours 2:00 – 3:00 AM.

Reza / August 7, 2011 at 05:01 pm
Tea Va See = Garbage + Rip off , the guy charges 2 $ for every extra coal, and his quality is crap, save your money for anywhere else buy Tea Va See, anyone who goes to hookah cafes with a little bit of a brain would know how crap tea va see is. No offense to no one important.
Jacq / August 16, 2011 at 09:51 pm
There is a persian hookah bar at 6034 yonge st called Hayat. It also serves food, but no alchohol. It has a nice patio, service is ok, everyone there was persian except me when I went. I didn't try any of the food but has some traditional items on the menu. The tea is good. $14.99 for a hookah. It doesn't look like much from the outside.
Larry / September 3, 2011 at 03:42 pm
There is another new and growing shisha spot in Mississauga. It's very close to 403/Winston Churchill and the place is called
El Fishawy. At first when they opened in the summer of 2010, they were friendly, simple and easy. Now since they know that there isn't any good competition in the area and that young and both older crowds are both interested, they came up with a new policy around June where you HAVE to buy something not just a shisha alone. If you go with a group of say 3-4, you gotta order each one thing..pretty lame if you ask me. A few of the staff members give the worst attitude, however surprisingly, the owner is VERY RUDE. You go to pay, he'll change the price of a drink thats $2 to $4..than you gotta argue with him and what not. Great environment, very poor and rude management. However the shisha is the best I've had being to half the places on the list above and a few more as well. They say its "herbal" but whatever it really is, it's only $10.
aargileh / September 25, 2011 at 04:31 am
I find Cafe Tangiers to have one of the best shisha experiences in the GTA for sure. Their prices are awesome, very friendly new owners, and a good traditionnal experience. They have a very laid back atmosphere, and are open late every day of the week. My friends introduced me to this place and I've never been to another Shisha place since!
Lex / December 16, 2011 at 11:24 pm

once i went to a traditional sheesha lounge somewhere near victoria park.. i dont really remember the name or address of the place.... but it was great... so... wondering if anyone can help me out in locating that place... i remember that sheesha was around only 8 bucks!!
hooman / December 30, 2011 at 02:48 am
Not very good cafe. It was way over priced. we had 2 small sweet dish and 2 Shisha and 7 tea, we paid over $140.

They didn't let us use empty chairs .. they said it was reserved bit no one seat there until they closed down the place!
sumi / January 6, 2012 at 10:33 pm
I went to sheesha lounge and coffee house today using a teambuy coupon. Everything was fine until it was time to pay. I was supposed to get $40 off. They were clear on what was a promotion and so 2 regular sheesha flavours cost $40 supposedly. on the menu it said the first sheesha was 15.99 and the 2nd one 7.99. It did not say that this was a promotion. I didn't not realize that because I had a coupon they would charge 15.99 each. The staff was rude in telling me this as well. even then the total for the sheesha was $32 yet he said with tax they would come up to $40 and that is totally wrong. How can they tax me $8 for $32 worth of stuff. It wouldn't have been much of a problem if they weren't so rude about it. If you don't want cutomers using coupons then do make them avaliable. And if you are going to make them avaliable be clear about what the customer can get for it. The coupon was for sheesha and appatizers but on their website there was not differentiation between any of the food so I didn't even know what was supposed to be part of the appatizers until I went in. Also the sheesha was not very good. It started out good but would quickly run out of flavour.
Stefhan / January 12, 2012 at 05:26 pm

Hey folks,

Looking for toronto Sheesha? Swing by to Sheesha Lounge and Coffee House for specialty coffees, great food, and of course the city's best sheesha
Karen / February 2, 2012 at 08:42 pm
I can't say enough about Cafe Tangiers. The shisha is yummy and the food they serve is amazing. I've been to many Shisha places in Toronto and it's the first non-downtown place that when I walked in I didn't feel like I was being stared at. The owner is lovely and the crowd is a nice mix....oh and to add to it everything is VERY resonably priced. Can't recommend the place enough.
s.a. / February 23, 2012 at 03:44 am
sheesha longue and coffee bar is horrible. The serving staff is super nice, but the guy, who we later found out was the owner, is completely rude, disrespectful and has a serious temper issue. He was clearly making the serving staff miserable. We accidentally split a cole on the floor and he started going off on us, saying that his floors were $300,000 and was very aggressive with us when we were trying to apologize (there are burn marks all over the place, and of course, this is inevitable when you own a sheesha bar). It was a completely bizarre and unexpected reaction and made the whole table really uncomfortable. He then asked the server to remove our sheeshas from the table and kicked us out. The server was very apologetic that this was happening. If you want a relaxing night and enjoy a good time with friends, this is not the place..because it seems like if that owner is in a bad mood, he will make your evening miserable.
Mae / February 23, 2012 at 09:39 pm
Do y'all know if they ask for I'D or if theres an age limit obviously not some 13yl could go in but like 16-18 ? Plus a nice place in downtown Toronto which isn't filled with creeper old dudes thanks :)
Kyle / February 28, 2012 at 01:13 pm
Do all of these places serve the tobacco-containing kind? I can't stand the herbal me a headache.
Lazy / March 5, 2012 at 12:09 am
The best shisha cafe in Toronto is... Lazy hour cafe
NeggaMeshesh / April 3, 2012 at 11:50 pm
If someone want the best shisha place in Toronto , is lazy hour cafe... 1775 Danforth Av Toronto ON .... They have website is or Lazy hour cafe/
Shishalover / April 17, 2012 at 09:40 pm
I tried that Persian place, Hayat, at 6034 Yonge st. It was pretty good. they had a special for April which they put milk or juice instead of water in your shisha for free. I know Tea Va See which is across the street from Hayat charges like $5 for that. Patio was really cool, in a traditional Persian style.their fries was AMAZING. never had fries like that before. Jaqc was right, it doesn't look like much from outside. in fact, it was really hard to find and had to park across the street. over all pretty cool experience. would definitely go back.
Wings plus Things Sheesha (Hooka) Lounge / April 24, 2012 at 11:56 pm
Wings Plus Things Sheesha Lounge and Restaurant in Mississauga, the best Sheesha and entertainmentlounge in Toronto GTA, Mississauga - offers Sheesha and Chicken wings combo every night. Offers great Sheesha, delicious food, entertainment lounge: TV, games, music. This is a fun place to be.
Check their website adn facebook fan page:
Wings plus Things Sheesha (Hooka) Lounge / April 24, 2012 at 11:57 pm
Wings Plus Things Sheesha Lounge and Restaurant in Mississauga, the best Sheesha and entertainmentlounge in Toronto GTA, Mississauga - offers Sheesha and Chicken wings combo every night. Offers great Sheesha, delicious food, entertainment lounge: TV, games, music. This is a fun place to be.
Check their website adn facebook fan page:
Jay / May 12, 2012 at 06:54 pm
Sheesha Lounge and Coffee bar is the worst experience ever. If you are planning to go there for the first time, stray away and go elsewhere.

Their sheesha is very low quality and runs out of flavour fast. They overcharged us on the sheesha and argued that we did order the extra one.

Seriously such a crappy place shouldn't even exist on the blogto website. BAD RECOMMENDATION by the poster
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Aaron replying to a comment from simuls / May 13, 2012 at 02:58 pm
I came to this website looking for Sheesha bars, having enjoyed them in the Middle East. What you need to know is that I didn't come here looking for your opinion. In fact, you might be surprised to learn that most people don't give a damn about your opinions so keeping them to yourself probably wouldn't be a bad idea as really you're just an annoying pest.
Aliya / September 1, 2012 at 04:06 pm
I just drove by the Danforth strip of Cafes that was mentioned before... and now there's Sahara Nights- Moroccan Lounge... When I walked in there's a counter full of sheesha pipes. I remember the previously they were called something different and they only served food. I guess things have changed there.

Looks great inside- relaxing and very Moroccan.

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Sam / September 14, 2012 at 09:11 pm
If you're looking for something in the east end you should go to Flavors in Pickering. They have a great atmosphere, great service, and superb food. They serve north american cuisine, all halal. Their shisha is tobacco free and they have a variety of flavours. check
esa / October 12, 2012 at 11:14 pm
Markaz Grill & Shisha Lounge rocks all the above mentioned holes in the wall. I heard they are relaunching downtown and in mississauga and when they do, you can really expect incredible shisha, the greatest atmosphere and warm service. Watch out for |Markaz|
Premier Hookah Lounge California / December 7, 2012 at 05:50 am
Lovely place i would love to give a visit.
sattar / April 29, 2013 at 11:51 am
check the fusionhookahbar we are unique. belive me
Umar replying to a comment from Sham / May 16, 2013 at 02:25 am
You can make a comment like that and NOT mention the restaurant!! :P
Please, do tell the name of this authentic shisha place with the Cadillac of all shishas :D
Mike / August 18, 2013 at 01:56 pm
Amazing experience

We are the only Hookah lounge in the border of Vaughan and Toronto. We are located 1290 Finch Ave west unit 10 (Keel and Finch). We serve appetizers, shisha ( the head of an Apple, pineapple, grapefruits). We have smoothies, coffe (from North and East Africa) and special tea. You will not be dissapoited. PLease ask for Alex for special discount for first time.
Ammar / August 27, 2013 at 01:36 pm
I went with friends to dreamcafe, man it sucks, the shisha taste like shit and the place is so dirty.
Lulla / September 29, 2013 at 01:09 am
I am a huge shisha lover and I recommend Dream cafe in Scarborough to everyone loves to smoke shisha.I never been to another place since I found this one. Fantastic place,best shisha with lots of flavours and it opens late.
Aceofhookahs / October 11, 2013 at 05:29 am
You can also enjoy hookahs at home. I also never been to any hookahs bar, but enjoying e hookahs at my own place. I always used to buy hookah online and really feeling great with these e hookahs. You can also purchase ehookahs from
Haitham / October 14, 2013 at 10:32 pm
I went to Alexandria Cafe on Lawrence Ave East once and would NEVER go back. Management was incredibly rude to us Shisha is shit food is garbage. They said if we like we can leave that is what they service is shit nothing else, and they still asked us to leave. All this on a weekday when the place not event busy.
Ilia O / October 24, 2013 at 11:48 am
Check out Screen Lounge @ 20 College St. It has a very nice atmosphere and Hookah is served there Fridays and Saturdays. They use Khalil Mamoon hookah which is the best in the industry and AlFakher herbal tobacco which is the only herbal that tastes good.
Thomas / November 5, 2013 at 11:47 pm
Red Nile Cafe and Hookah Lounge (Keel and Finch, near York University) was an amazing experience. A friend suggested and it was an amazing night. Clean and various shisha flavours. The music was amazing, customer service was wow. I love FREE shisha combo.

Angela replying to a comment from Mike / November 5, 2013 at 11:50 pm
This is an awesome place. Love the atmosphere and fruit shisha.
A must / November 11, 2013 at 08:22 pm
Red Nile is one of the best shisha lounges. The variety of shisha flavours the food THE COMBOS! Free shisha the music the list is non stop. A great environment everyone is so nice and respectful once you go you will for sure make it a regular basis. Chek it out it's at 1290 finch ave west Unit 10!
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Nathalie / November 28, 2013 at 10:23 am
Me and my boyfriend love going out to shisa bars. We recently discovered this place called Red Nile Hookah Loung at 1290 Finch ave unit 10 (It is near York). The shisha was amazing, the serivce was excellent. It is classy place....we pent 25$ we had 3 course meal that came with FREE shisha. Amazing place to be.
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Tony / January 22, 2014 at 02:24 am
Dream cafe is the best,cozy place,good service and AWESOME SHISHA.Check their website or facebook page
justin / March 6, 2014 at 09:58 pm
beirut palace is closed. :(
ellie / March 7, 2014 at 09:24 am
There is one north of Sheppard avenue on Yonge St. Called Hy Lounge, its a great bar n shishas are awesome..nice ambience too. Hayat is great too..and their liver kebobs rock. Awtash is great too. There is a new one that has opened in richmondhill called Behesht cafe, by major Mack n Yonge, its pretty nice.
waelben / April 10, 2014 at 09:40 pm
Honestly I like Shishalicious. It's my fav shisha place so far. you can visit their site in here
Sam / April 14, 2014 at 09:40 pm
Best shisha in town at marhaba cafe located at 4040 steeles ave. they have all flavours and sivk shishas
Lisa M / May 10, 2014 at 08:11 pm
Red Nile Hookah 1290 Finch Ave west Unit 10 (keel and Finch).....Me and my boyfriend were suggested by a friend to Red Nile Hookah and our experience there was amazing. The shisha was amazing....we had red nile was very clean and the crowd were not youngsters........I love the Hook Up Combo......the red nile tea was amazing.
Jojo / May 16, 2014 at 03:13 pm
La Shish Bar and Grill is the best!4040 Steeles Ave W, Woodbridge, ON L4L 4Y5

(905) 605-2229
AMAZING food and service and the smoothest Shisha.

Best to try and go there. They also have belly dancing on the weekends. Its a fantastic experience.
Jass Fahd / May 17, 2014 at 03:23 pm

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KJ / May 26, 2014 at 07:17 am
I been to many hookah lounges but I highly recommend Cyan Cafe in Richmond Hill, once you visit you and all your friends will love it!
Layla Ali / June 18, 2014 at 04:58 pm
I've been to over 30 Shisha bars in the gta, personally I would recommend habibiz on Kennedy rd and progress but you might have to wait for a while to be seated depending on when you go. Ali babas on Kennedy rd and ellesmere is really good, the owner is a great guy and they have fast service they also have exotic belly dancers every nigh! . Oko blu is also great in Mississauga for a more higher end and formal place, they also offer great drinks although it is a bit pricey.
Manny / July 6, 2014 at 06:30 pm
Fusion lounge, 6915 Dixie road, Mississauga. The place is great and packs a nice environment with Romanian music among other genres of music, and lcds if you wanna watch a game or something. The hookah is reasonably priced btw 10-30 dollars. The seating could have been much better since I didn't liked sitting on a chair tbh, although they have sofas and other options available too. Haven't tried food yet, so no clues about that. The owner is chill and there's a decent crowd. If you like music / likes to watch football you will enjoy a lot. It's open till around 2 am.
MaviCafeToronto / July 19, 2014 at 05:02 am
You guys don't know where is best shisha in Toronto but I know where is it! they have amazing shisha and Turkish desserts, Turkish coffee, Turkish tea everything is came from Turkey. The place is on Danforth they don't have food just some snack and panini. Place is very cool looks traditional I'm telling you guys must try specially (baklava)!!
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