Notable Poll: What’s Toronto’s Best Italian Food?

As the Australian-born director/producer George Miller aptly put it, “The trouble with eating Italian food is that five or six days later you’re hungry again.” 

Pizza, pasta, fish, buffalo mozzarella, breads, olive oils, and heavyweight red wines that never come in a big enough bottle; Italian is one of this globe’s most attractive cuisines.  

And lucky for us, Toronto has molte opzioni. But while many of them are delizioso, we want to know who think is the absolute best. 

Who is Toronto’s Prince of Pesce, Frontrunner of Formaggio, Baron of Bruschetta? In English: What is the best Italian restaurant in The Big Smoke?

Check out our list of options below and select one. If you think something is missing, please select, “Other” and just enter their name. We’ll make sure they get a crack at the confetti… 



Buca (Any Location)
Terroni (Any Location)
Gio Rana’s Really Really Nice Restaurant
La Vecchia
Sotto Sotto

Gusto 101 or Trattoria Nervosa
Enoteca Sociale


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