New and incoming Toronto restaurants: NishDish, Rum Shack Patio, Si Lom…
Liora IpsumApr 27, 2017 1:08 am337
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:
Dundas General just opened its doors at 1239 Dundas Street West offering a one stop shop for lattes and lifestyle products.
NishDish, Toronto’s first Aboriginal food emporium opens its doors on Friday, April 28. It’s the new restaurant lead by Chef Johl Whiteduck Ringuette, a prominent leader in First Nations Traditional foods.
Seoulicious has opened its doors at 590 Yonge Street and is now serving up Korean classics with modern Seoul.
Si Lom Thai Bistro, a new restaurant from the owner behind EAT BKK and Kub Khao, is opening in May at 534 Church Street in Toronto. The new restaurant replaces Just Thailand will serve a seafood-centric menu plus Thai Buckets.
Rose & Sons Swan at 892 Queen Street West is soon to launch the Rum Shack Patio, a new rum cocktail bar backing Trinty Bellwoods Park.
Roywoods Home of the Jerks is already established in CityPlace as a popular source for jerk chicken sandwiches built on coco bread. According to Ossington Village, the restaurant is opening a second location at 198 Ossington Avenue.
Flock, the chain of chicken and salad specialists from Cory Vitiello is opening yet another outpost inside the MaRS building at 661 University Avenue.
Sugar Loaf Bakery already operates a boozy brunch spot on Queen East and now their set to expand with a new location going in at 1062 Gerrard Street East.
Queen West is getting a Chipotle! The chain of Mexican grills known for its customizable burritos is opening an outpost at 319 Queen Street West.
Potbelly Sandwich Co. is opening a third location in Toronto at 4841 Yonge Street inside the Sheppard Centre.