And the winner is… Bestellen. We have to admit, because it’s the only steakhouse that isn’t really a classic “steakhouse,” we hesitated to include this place in the competition. Luckily, we did – ‘cause it turned out to be your...
Surprisingly, a lot of readers did put all their eggs in one basket this week as a Yonge-and-St.Clair-originating city staple fried the competition to earn griddle gold. See whose milkshakes you think bring all the boys to the yard with this week’s results for Toronto’s best diner
It's all here. Everything. In fact, this might be the biggest and busiest weekend of the year so far. Yes, Halloween is going to dominate but don't think the Devil's Night and the Day of the Dead aren't offering up their own worthy events
We’ve gathered the gyoza, filtered through the fish, and tallied the teriyaki – ‘cause this was one of the closest overall polls we’ve ever seen. And now the time to lift the Kimono and see who you voted as the best Japanese/Sushi restaurant in Toronto is finally here
Bringing our foodie polls back to home turf, this week we’re looking to seat a city champ for one of the oldest and most recognizable culinary institutions in North America. We’ve all been there, whether on a late-night or a too-early morning; so tell us what you think Toronto’s best diner is
The bad news is that it is the last full weekend of October. The good news is that you still have four days to show this month what you have. And we have put together more than 30 ways for you to do just that
We didn’t just have a tight race this week; we had a BIG race, with an overwhelmingly large “Other” category submitted by our passionate foodie-readers. But at the end of the day, an original list selection still took top spot. See who you voted as the best Indian restaurant(s) in Toronto
If there’s one Asian cuisine that has firmly settled into our culture, it’s Japanese. From teriyaki to tuna, sake to salmon, and edamame to agedashi, Toronto has one of the broadest and finest selections of Japanese cuisine on the continent. So while it won’t be easy, we want to know who you think wins best in sho?
Don’t be overwhelmed – Thursday’s a little aggressive. That’s right, this edition of The Weekender is a little top heavy. But don’t worry, most of what you see happening today will continue right through the next three days
Continuing our trip around the T.O. food globe, we’re hitting the land of colourful curries and naan-stop flavour. Whether they serve a magical murgh or a palatable paneer, we want to know your favourite place in the city to get a taste of India