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:
- Kiin the newest Thai restaurant from the same folks behind Pai and Sabai Sabai opens to the public tomorrow, May 19 at 326 Adelaide Street West.
- Buster’s Sea Cove is now open and serving up its famous lobster rolls and fish dishes in Yorkville at 876 Yonge Street.
- Si Lom is now open in The Village at 534 Church Street and is serving up boozy slushies in buckets along with seafood-centric Thai staples.
- UB Social, that’s short for Unemployable Baker is now open at 3015 Dundas Street West in The Junction. On the menu, coffees, soups, salads, sandwiches, and baked goods.
- Savoury, a new hidden dining room is newly opened to the public. The venue, inside the Westin Harbour Castle at 1 Harbour Square, is so secret you’ll need a sherpa to find it.
- The Food Society is now open at 650 Bay Street. The upscale cafe offers daily breakfasts, lunch, and late night snacks.
- El Furniture Warehouse is opening another Toronto location! This time, the purveyors of $4.95 will take over the two-storey Yonge Street address that was formerly home to Sunrise Records.
- Mediterranian grill, Osmows has a new location in the works at 611 Queen Street West.
- A sign in the window at 1146 Queen Street East in Leslieville is now advertising Variedad en Paellas, the new spot will serve Spanish favourites like the famous rice dish and sangria.