These are the festive foods to feast on at the Toronto Christmas Market

Nov 14 2018, 1:33 am

The Toronto Christmas Market returns to the Distillery District from November 15 to December 23, and it brings with it a wide array of festive foods.

Some of the noms are new to the market while others are old favourites. Here are 9 of the goods that you’ll want to bite into this holiday.

New this year

Chocolate Fondue

Last year, Market visitors enjoyed gooey cheese fondue under the light tunnel. This year, chocolate fondue is making a debut alongside its savoury counterpart. Look for the canopy of lights at Cluny Bistro’s patio to sweetly melt all your troubles away.

Boku Noodle Bar

Boku Noodle Bar

This ramen spot is open year-round, but they’re taking things up a notch for this year’s Christmas Market. The patio will be decked out with fire pits and lounge chairs, where noodle cups and cocktails will be served. Slurp up!

Butter and Jerk Chicken

New this year, butter chicken and jerk chicken dishes will be available at select cabins lining the cobblestone streets. Spice up your life.

Madrina Bar y Tapas


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New to the Distillery District this year, Madrina’s menu features a wide range of tapas and drinks. They’ll be open throughout the Market’s festivities, so you can enjoy conservas on the heated patio.

Returning this year

Wafel Bar


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A fan-favourite among those with a sweet tooth, Wafel Bar returns to the Market this year. Take this opportunity to indulge in their s’more inspired delicacy.

Tornado Potato

Tornado Potatoe

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Another beloved classic, spiralled spuds on a stick will be available again this year. Get yours seasoned to your liking and enjoy this portable piece of potato perfection.

Eva’s Original Chimneys


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Fluffy, flavourful, and dusted with cinnamon sugar, these spiralled sweets are the perfect vessel for all the ice cream, whipped cream and toppings your tummy can handle.


You’ll melt over this cheesy confection. Rosemary roasted potatoes tucked under a blanket of warm, gooey cheese. What else could you ever really need?

Mulled Wine


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Always to be found at the Naughty or Nice patio, mulled wine is a Toronto Christmas Market staple. Served warm and mixed with spices, it tastes like liquid holiday.

Toronto Christmas Market

When: November 15 – December 23 (closed Mondays)
Where: Distillery Historic District

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