One of the best things about visiting pretty much anywhere in the world is getting the opportunity to eat like a local. But sometimes as a visitor, it can be hard to figure out exactly where and what the locals like to eat the most. Enter: food bloggers.
Toronto’s a terrific town with a happening and cosmopolitan dining scene with an accommodating vibe. For a taste of what makes Toronto so delicious, check out this these five fanatically foodie blogs.
Blogger Caroline has lived in Toronto her whole life. She tries a new restaurant every week and loves sharing her “food adventures” and “culinary delights” with her readers.
Recently reviewed: Rock Lobster where Caroline realized that “there is nothing better than eating oysters under the evening sun while sipping on refreshing sparkling wine.”
Ann Gagno is a “travelling foodie heading towards anything yummy” who grew up “always hovered around grown-ups whilst they prep and cook, enjoying how cooking could be so simple and complex at the same time.” Today she shares her passion for good food via the web with her blog, Food Trippin’.
Believe the hype: Ann recently left the “infamous” Momofuku Noodle Bar with a “feeling of satisfaction.”
Toronto Life’s very own food blog serving up a generous portion of the “latest buzz on restaurants, chefs, bars, food shops and food events.”
Summer loving: Sweet Snow Shave Ice, a “new Hawaiian-themed food truck brings shaved ice to Toronto streets” is a “foodie’s answer to a corner store slushie.”
Join journalist Sarah Efron as she “explores strip malls and hole-in-the-wall restaurants” in a delicious and very readable quest to find Toronto’s best ethnic food.
Hot tip: Head to Dabagoye for a taste of the “real Somali culture of Toronto.”
T.O. Bites is a Toronto food and restaurant blog published by Eddie Farrell, a native Torontonian “who loves to eat.”
Second helpings: The brunch buffet at the Boiler House is worth making a reservation because the quality of the AYCE food is “so superb.”
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