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The Best New Cheap Eats in Toronto, 2014

The best new cheap eats in Toronto make dining out on a budget more appealing and diverse than ever. This list showcases establishments that are turning out top-notch, high quality grub at impressive price points, as well as inexpensive options that are undeniably filling and flavourful.

Here are the best new cheap eats in Toronto for 2014.

See also:

The Best New Cheap Eats in Toronto, 2013
The Best New Cheap Eats in Toronto, 2012
The Best New Cheap Eats in Toronto, 2011
The Best New Cheap Eats in Toronto, 2010



Sea Witch Fish and Chips
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Sea Witch Fish and Chips

The brand-new chippy on St. Clair West dishes up crispy, battered fish and chip dinners starting at $11 for one piece of haddock or cod with a hefty pile of fries with dips and slaw, or fishwiches on puffy, fresh buns from $10.

Mamajoun
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Mamajoun

The Armenian pizza joint in Scarborough specializes in lahmajun topped with things like zaatar, feta, red pepper sauce, minced meat or soujouk (Armenian sausage). Order full sized pies, have the flatbread wrapped into sandwiches, or try the mini-'jouns priced $10 for a dozen.


Chris Jerk
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Chris Jerk

This Caribbean bistro in Scarbourough also serves shawarama and is an ideal destination to fill up on the cheap. The menu offers jerk shawarma wraps for $5.95 while hearty whole dinners with chicken, rice, peas and veggies come in under $9.


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