The Best Pork Bone Soup in Toronto
The best pork bone soup in Toronto is an apt answer to cooler temps. With warming spices, flavour, and texture (not to mention enough collagen to put a youthful spring in your step), there's little gamjatang doesn't provide. Sample these now so you can easily turn to your favourites once we're in the frigid throes of sweater season.
Here's the best pork bone soup in Toronto.
Call on this late-night Koreatown staple when your cravings for gamjatang can't be ignored. A signature dish, each bowl here is peppery, satisfying, and overflowing with ingredients. From tender vegetables and rice to potatoes, meaty pork bones, and a garnish of green onion and ground wild sesame, this soup has personality in spades.
Seven days a week, diners tuck into a dizzying array of home-style Korean dishes at this Koreatown go-to. Among them, thick pork bone soup delivered in vessels as big as your head with warmth and layers of flavour that are guaranteed to snatch your attention away from the casual surroundings.
Rub elbows with generations of Korean families at this restaurant in Scarborough. Copy their order and find yourself staring down ochre-tinted bowls of savoury, meaty broth garnished with green onion, perilla, and pepper powder. Just choose your spice level wisely — unless you and extra spicy are already well acquainted.
The type of meal that stops time in its tracks, this Queensway restaurant's gamjatang is a culinary challenge diners happily accept. Get through the heap of tender spuds, delicate cabbage, and savoury meat before turning your attention to the piquant broth. Suddenly, winter's inevitable return might not seem so bad.
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