The Best Churros in Toronto
The best churros in Toronto remind us that all you need is hot fried dough and a sprinkle of sugar to make something delicious. There are different variations served across Latin America, Spain, Portugal, and the Philippines. In Toronto you can find these crispy donuts piped into sticks, cones, and filled with sweet sauces.
These are the best churros in Toronto.
This Mexican bakery by Dufferin Station and in Kensington Market has been the city’s foremost churro purveyor for over a decade. Aside from their standard offering of filled churros, Pancho and team have recently upped the ante with decadent churro cones topped with ice cream and candy.
Head to the World Food Market for traditional Mexican churros, in bowl form or as mini bites. Owner Claudia Rodriguez opened her first churro cart in Queens, New York back in the 1980s. After moving to Toronto she opened a new iteration in 2018 and has been baking churros since.
The sheer number of ways to eat churros at this Cuban restaurant on Steeles will leave you sugar comatosed. Their churro sundaes are dazzling, with options like Oreo fudge. El Habby also makes churro sandwiches, churro parfait, and churro stacks ranging from 8 pieces to 20.
Downsview Park Merchants Market, the weekend extravaganza on Carl Hall Rd., has one of the most underrated food courts in the city. Among its tenants is this Mexican dessert stall that drizzles and fills its churros, shapes them into bowls or turns them into ice cream sandwiches.
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