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:
District Eatery, a new rooftop patio at 303 King Street West is now open. This place deals in sweet views of The Six, boozy brewed teas, and healthy foods like grain bowls and power bowls.
Flaming Kitchen is newly open at 3235 Highway 7 East, Unit 21 in Markham. On the menu; individual hotpots, durian spring rolls, parfaits, and more.
Game of Cheese, a new spot for laksa cheese pots, cheesy sweet corn, and black truffle carbonara, is now open at 505 Highway 7, Unit 50 in Thornhill.
Newly opened on Toronto’s east side, modern French brasserie Gare de l’Est Brasserie, is now open at 1190 Dundas Street East and is serving the pre- and post-theatre crowd.
The Rolling Pin reopens tomorrow, Friday, May 26 at its new address at 1970 Avenue Road between Lawrence and Wilson.
Soup Bar by Feed it Forward, Toronto’s first pay-it-forward food vendor is now in business and ladling out bowls of soup from a shipping container at Market 707 at the corner of Bathurst and Dundas.
Celebrity chef Akira Back is opening his first-ever Canadian restaurant at the Bisha Hotel. The new restaurant is a partnership with ICONINK and will showcase Back’s celebrated blend of Japanese cuisine with Korean ingredients and flavours.
Alcove Coffee is opening soon at 34 Cawthra Avenue. The cafe is the latest endeavor from Toronto food photographer James Tse.
Bar Sybanne a new Mediterranean-inspired restaurant from Howard Dubrovsky is going in at 229 Ossington Avenue (formerly LAS Resto Bar).
James Cheese Back Ribs is opening soon in Chinatown. The first Toronto outpost from the popular international chain of Korean restaurants is going in at 409 Spadina Avenue.
Koek Koek Food Co. is in the works at 2685 Yonge Street. Once open, look forward to a menu of breakfasts, protein toasts, bowls, salads, and snacks.
Mister Frenchy is soon to introduce Toronto to the joys of French fries and cheese sauce stuffed tacos, pressed baguettes, and sandwich roule.
Victor Restaurant in Hotel Le Germain Toronto at 30 Mercer Street is slated to re-open this July.