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The Best Pork Bone Soup in Toronto

The best pork bone soup in Toronto is an example of comfort food at its finest. Tuck into a bowl of gamjatang on a cold day or hit up a 24-hour haunt to feel its soothing effects.

Here's where to find the best pork bone soup in Toronto.

Top photo by Kim Yokota in the blogTO Flickr pool.



Owl of Minerva (Yonge St.)
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Owl of Minerva (Yonge St.)

Here, the spicy broth comes swimming with pork bones and potatoes and is garnished with green onions and ground sesame. It's available with noodles, rice cakes or dumplings at locations across the GTA.

Song Cook's
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Song Cook's

This Korean restaurant in Thornhill offers sizzling bowls of pork bone soup for one, or in large, shareable hot pots cooked at the table. Each bowl comes loaded with generous portions of pork, bean sprouts and Napa cabbage.


Cho Sun Ok
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Cho Sun Ok

Gamjatang is a menu favourite at this Yonge Street restaurant. Here, the broth is comprised of pork and bean paste and is loaded with tender morsels of pork neck bones, perilla leaves and onions and then garnished with scallions and perilla seeds.


Makkalchon
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Makkalchon

The Scarborough restaurant prides itself on using all-natural and organic ingredients. You’ll find boldly seasoned hot pots of spicy pork bone soup that come laden with chunks of meat and potatoes as well as with optional toppings like chili peppers and perilla seeds.


Korean Village Restaurant
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Korean Village Restaurant

This K-Town institution has been a reliable source for sizzling stone pots of pork bone soup for more than three decades. It's loaded with potatoes and a generous helping of bones, plus the usual garnishes, including bean sprouts, scallions and perilla seeds.

Tofu Village
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Tofu Village

Satisfy cravings for gamjatang at this Koreatown haunt where the flavourful pork bone soup in a stone bowl boasts tender meat, along with soft potatoes, cabbage and bean sprouts in a colourful broth.



Lim Ga Ne
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Lim Ga Ne

The pork bone soup is a standout on the menu at the two Lim Ga Ne locations in Koreatown and Willowdale. Here, the gamjatang arrives at the table simmering in a rich broth with tender chunks of braised pork, potatoes and a sprinkling of scallions.

Mom's Korean Food
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Mom's Korean Food

Seoul-ful comfort foods are the specialty at Mom’s and the pork bone soup is no exception. The Koreatown stalwart starts diners off with a sampling of banchan before stuffing them to capacity with hearty bowls of broth, featuring meaty bones, potatoes, cabbage and optional rice, rice cakes or noodles.

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