This weekly round-up spotlights new Toronto restaurants and bars plus incoming establishments that you should have on your radar.
Here are the newest places to eat in Toronto right now:
Chop Chop has opened at 771 Dundas Street West, the address formerly home to Kad Banu. The new eatery is offering an 11-item menu featuring boiled and pan-fried dumplings, green onion pancakes, fried rice and noodle dishes.
Hooked in Kensington Market might be papered over, but a new location at 1246 Danforth Avenue has just opened in place of defunct doner shop, The Fuzz Box.
ihalo Krunch, is a Toronto first serving charcoal ice creams from its just-opened outlet across from Trinity Bellwoods Park at 915 Queen Street West.
Jerk Paradise opened last week in Cabbagetown at 296 Gerrard Street East and is serving up a menu featuring soul foods: jerk chicken, mac ’n cheese, chicken & waffles, etc.
Lit’slatest cafe and Neapolitan-style pizza bar is now open at 2196 Bloor Street West.
Lox + Schmear, a new spot for bagels, cream cheese, and house-smoked fish is now in business at 1030 St. Clair Avenue West.
Toronto’s newest cocktail, wine and craft beer bar opens tomorrow (June 23). Mulberry Bar is located at 828 Bloor Street West.