The 10 most anticipated Toronto restaurant openings this fall
Toronto is about to get a whole bunch of new restaurants this fall, but if you think you've seen it all (and eaten it all) before, you couldn't be more wrong. This incoming class of restaurants includes unique concepts like a Filipino mojito bar, an Indian pub, and a staunchly South African kitchen.
Here are the most anticipated Toronto restaurant openings this fall.
Jack & Lils
This South African grab-and-go counter at 823 Dundas St. W., is expected to open in late October. The menu from chefs Dan and Lauren Gutter will feature ancient grains super salads, South African seed bread, and bobotie, a traditional ground beef dish that'll be offered in veg, fish and lamb and lentil variations.
The Ossington address formerly home to The Saint will reopen as this modern French restaurant by chef Brandon Olsen (CXBO, Bar Isabel) in collaboration with the King Street Food Company (Buca, Jacobs & Co., The Saint)
Grant van Gameren, Robin Goodfellow and Mykl Webster have taken over this old-school Parkdale joint and are "preserving the genuine casual eatery vibe."
Soon you'll be able to enjoy Greek food from Mamakas without the reservation. A grab-and-go counter will serve pita sandwiches, salads and phyllo pastries at 921 Queen St. W.
White Lily's Diner
The contemporary, American-inspired diner at 678 Queen St. E., is expected to open in late fall. The menu will focus on local ingredients, great beer and wine, and exceptional service.
Korean fried chicken is coming to Riverside this fall. The eatery opening at 722 Queen St. E., will serve up spicy and sweet chili chicken along with bao and Asian-inspired tacos.
Is there a restaurant opening this fall that you're excited about? Let us know in the comments.
Lead photo of Mamakas.
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