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The Best New Cheap Eats in Toronto, 2013

The best new cheap eats in Toronto from 2013 come from a mix of diners, take-out counters and casual eateries. Fast foods like burgers, smoked meat and things from the fryer are predictably well represented, but no longer is the term cheap eats synonymous with just junk food. New this year are an impressive bunch of fresh, health-conscious alternatives that are as nice to your wallet as they are on your waistline.

Here are the best cheap eats in Toronto for 2013.

See also:

The Best New Cheap Eats in Toronto, 2012
The Best New Cheap Eats in Toronto, 2011
The Best New Cheap Eats in Toronto, 2010

Kupfert & Kim

Kupfert & Kim

This take-out lunch spot in First Canadian Place specializes in wheat-free and meat-free breakfast, lunch and dinner bowls. For $11 tax included the menu offers hearty meals with quinoa or rice packed with edamame, tofu, guacamole and other fresh fare. They have juices, coffee and gluten-free desserts too.

Brock Sandwich

Brock Sandwich

Sandwiches at this Bloor West shop range between $6.75 to $13 and include breakfasty options layered with peameal or strip bacon. At lunchtime the menu offers selections like crispy fried buttermilk chicken, pulled pork, vegetarian or seared tuna.

Bolt Fresh Bar

Bolt Fresh Bar

This West Queen West Juice Bar specializes in fresh pressed juices, smoothies, salads and grain bowls. Nothing on the menu exceeds $10, so the economical lunch options won’t have you turning your pockets out to pay. The choice is there to have multiple servings of fresh fruits, and veggies blended or tossed.

Greek & Co. on Queen

Greek & Co. on Queen

Reviving the genre of old school Greek diners, this quick-service rotisserie near Trinity Bellwoods marinates and then layers pork and chicken gyros from scratch (no mystery meat here) and cooks them on a rotating spit. Gyro or souvlaki pita wraps go for $6.25 to $8 and come loaded with chopped tomatoes, red onions, fries and tzatziki.

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