The Best Pide in Toronto
The best pide in Toronto are plentiful on the menus at Turkish restaurants and take-out pizza joints. Expect flavourful pies formed from thin dough folded around minced meat and soft eggs, spinach and feta or mozzarella and pastrami, bold spices, and fresh herbs.
Here are the best pide in Toronto.
This upscale restaurant in the Theatre District cherry-picks its favourite recipes from the regions around the Black Sea. Acharuli ($10), a variation of khachapuri, is a popular boat-shaped street food from Georgia. Have it here with harissa, cheese, a dash of za'atar, and a soft quail egg.
As the name suggests, this Turkish takeout and delivery operation fires its pides (along with Italian-style pizza) in a wood-burning oven. Cheese and pepperoni pide are popular picks, but the Sujuk Pide ($13) layered with Turkish sausage, garlic butter, mozzarella, and herbs is a standout.
From the same owner as Pizza Pide, this restaurant on Wilson Avenue is outfitted with long couches (sedirler) draped in traditional Turkish textiles. The menu is equally rich, boasting cheesy, voluptuous pizza-pideler topped with boldly spiced minced meats, and deli faves pepperoni and pastrami.
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