The best kosher restaurants in Toronto strictly adhere to Jewish dietary laws while also dishing out some seriously tasty grub. Whether you're observant or otherwise these restaurants achieves gastronomic feats all in accordance with Jewish dietary law. You might even find yourself wishing they're open on Fridays and Saturdays.
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Fresh baked flatbread is the main event at this Middle Eastern eatery, where the menu features massive shawarma and falafel wraps and hummus topped with foule or fried eggplant. Dr. Laffa is so good, it's easy to forget it's fully certified kosher.
Classic deli meats like pastrami and corned beef are sliced thin and stacked on to fresh rye at this certified kosher delicatessen on Bathurst in Lawrence Manor.
This kosher sushi bar located on Bathurst is shellfish free (in accordance with Jewish dietary laws) so while you won't find any ebi, there's still plenty of crowd-pleasing selections including salmon, tuna and hamachi maki, plus vegetarian options galore.
Two locations (both on Bathurst) have been servicing Toronto's kosher community with quick, wholesome fast foods, served in an easy setting or available for take-out or catering. The menu covers a broad range of continental comfort foods (pizza, pasta), but things to get here are the falafel pitas and vinegar-dressed chopped salads.
Found on Bathurst north of Lawrence, this prepared food boutique offers breakfast and lunch options including salads, sandwiches and pizzas. Standouts on the menu include the vibrant chop salad and a wasabi-dressed tuna sandwich.
King David (Disera Drive)
Established in 1990, and now with locations in North York and Thornhill, this pizzeria has earned its reputation for a solid selection of kosher (you won't find any pepperoni here) pizzas, falafels and bourekas.
This modern bistro on Eglinton is the most formal of all the restaurants on this list, offering a refined setting for date nights and celebratory occasions. The kitchen here is known to be ultra-accommodating and is happy to tailor menus with advance notice. Expect to find tapas-style selections along with bistro standards like steak tartare and seared flatiron steaks.
This glatt kosher rotisserie grill house on Bathurst in Thornhill goes by just Cookoo's for short and while the menu covers burgers and steaks the thing to get here is the chicken, specifically the crispy wings in classic flavours (varied hot sauces or honey).
The Best Kosher Restaurants in Toronto