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The Best New Cheap Eats in Toronto for 2016

The best new cheap eats in Toronto are a testament not only to our taste buds but also our thriftiness. We wily Torontonians know there doesn’t have to be a divide between the two, and rather that a low price and glorious taste can actually work in perfect harmony.


Here the best new cheap eats from 2016 in Toronto.


Lamesa
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Lamesa

This casual restaurant has taken St. Clair West by storm with more rustic interpretations of the Filipino food served at fancier namesake Lamesa. Try the shrimp ginny, pork belly lechons and halo halo.

PG Clucks
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PG Clucks

Lineups should be expected outside this microscopic Little Italy chicken shack. Go for the fried chicken thigh sandwiches with jalapeno and honey or straight up chicken combos with kombucha slushies and crullers.


Knuckle Sandwich
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Knuckle Sandwich

The sandwiches hover around ten bucks but it’s a great deal for the ginormous portions offered at this East York restaurant. Cubanos, shrimp banh mis, grilled cheeses and a variety of other beefy sandwiches are also up for grabs.

When The Pig Came Home
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When The Pig Came Home

Meat, meat, and more meat! Not always the name of the game in terms of thrift, but definitely runs the show on deliciousness. Five dollar peameal sammies and $3.50 sides rule the cheapskate roost, but if you want to ball out you can always add foie gras to anything.

Lead photo by

Hector Vasquez at PG Clucks


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