Harbour Eats Toronto

Harbour Eats by Mercatino

Harbour Eats is cross-Canada chain Mercatino’s first food hall concept and first-ever project in Toronto.

Encompassing six grab-and-go dining concepts that include a taqueria and raw bar, the fully licensed court is mobbed by local workers at lunch.

Harbour Eats Toronto

The airy 10,000-square-foot space puts a serious upscale spin on a typical food court, dripping with white and black marble and modern light fixtures, moveable tables perfect for organizing large group hangs and cozy booths suitable for more privacy.

Harbour Eats Toronto

Chef’s Table is the first “dining destination” you encounter upon entry to the hall, and one of the most popular due to its ever-changing menu of homestyle hot table items that introduces the market’s theme of total customizability.

Harbour Eats Toronto

There are always four bases to choose from: rice, potatoes, veggies or pasta. From there you select a protein of veggies ($9), pork ($10), fish ($12), chicken or beef ($11) and can add sides for $1.50.

Harbour Eats Toronto

Today we do a basa roll stuffed with peppers and asparagus and dressed with balsamic that flakes apart at a slight touch. To go with that we have some wild rice pilaf, pasta salad and a green broccoli salad with dried cranberries.

Harbour Eats Toronto

At the Taqueria, build similarly customizable burritos, quesadillas, burrito bowls or tacos with protein options like ancho carnitas ($10) and arrachera flank steak ($11).

Harbour Eats Toronto

The day’s special is an order of three Baja Fish Tacos ($11) with battered cod, slaw, avocado spread, chipotle ranch and your choice of flour or corn tortilla.

Harbour Eats Toronto

At FRSH GRNS, choose from signature bowls, like the Viet-Bowl ($11) with vermicelli and spring rolls, or salads such as BLT and Feta ($11) or Spinach Pecan Heaven ($10).

Harbour Eats Toronto

A Coffee + Wine Bar is there for all your energy ball, pastry and caffeine needs with coffee by Fratello in the morning.

Harbour Eats Toronto

Starting at 11 a.m., Junction beers ($8 for a 20-ounce pint), red and white wine ($7.50 - $15 per glass) and Hakutsuru sake ($4 for an ounce pour) are served throughout the hall.

Harbour Eats Toronto

The Raw Bar starts serving sushi and poke bowls to order at 1 p.m. and before that has grab-and-go trays.

Harbour Eats Toronto

The Dynamite bowl ($10) isn’t so much a poke bowl as a kind of sushi-poke mashup, a hefty base of warm white rice topped with a giant scoop of imitation crab, neon red tobiko, avocado, lettuce, carrot, cucumber, shrimp tempura and spicy mayo.

Harbour Eats Toronto

Panino does custom panini like roast beef and cheddar ($8) or allows you to build your own with an order form with over a half dozen options for bread, sauce, cheese, protein, and veggies.

Harbour Eats Toronto

There’s also seating on a south-facing terrace during warmer months that brings the serious epicness of an Insta-worthy quick lunch.

Harbour Eats Toronto

Photos by

Hector Vasquez


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