Junked Food Co Toronto

10 obscene ways to satisfy the munchies in Toronto

When the munchies strike in Toronto there are plenty of ways to satisfy your cravings for a smorgasbord of food. From outrageous ice cream cones to deep fried delicacies and pimped out pizza, here's where to find my must-try fantasy foods.

Doritos Smash Bag
Everyday is 4/20 at Junked Food Co., a snack bar on Dundas West. And this Doritos smash bag is just one way to celebrate.

Bake Shoppe Toronto

Marshmallow Squares
These sweet and salty squares from Bake Shoppe were just made to satisfy the munchies.

Za Pizzeria Toronto

Oh Canada Pizza
Topped with maple syrup, mozzarella, bacon and potato chips, this slice from Za Pizzeria goes beyond the call of duty.

Lucky Red Toronto

The Hambaoger
It's like a burger and a bao had a baby. Try a hambaoger for yourself at Lucky Red.

Sweet Jesus Toronto

Krusty Cone
This cotton candy-flavoured cone from Sweet Jesus is among the many munchie-crushing options on the menu.

a3 napoli

Deep-fried Noodles
You can find these drool-worthy bites at A3 Napoli.

Cosmic Treats

Southern-fried Tofu
For vegan-approved junk food, look no further than Cosmic Treats.

The Dirty Bird Toronto

Chicken and Waffles
You don't even have to be high to love chicken wings and waffles from The Dirty Bird.

menami toronto

Corn Kakiage
Warning; corn kakiage with honey butter from MeNami might be habit forming.

menami toronto

Candy Bar Pie
Cure dry-mouth instantly with pies from The Rolling Pin that will have you salivating at first sight.

Photos by Jesse Milns and Hector Vasquez.


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