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World food in Toronto

Eating out in this Canadian metropolis is a delight, as flavours, aromas, sights and sounds of almost every nation converge peacefully – particularly on the plate.


The Toronto skyline reflected in the waters of Lake Ontario



They aren’t kidding - chunky Chilean empanadas (baked pastry parcels stuffed with beef, chicken, cheese or vegetables) and savoury corn pie with beef, olives and eggs always sell out early at this simple Little Italy spot. A mini empanada will only set you back £1. Bread and salsas are also homemade (; 245 Augusta Ave; 9am-8pm Mon-Sat, 11am-6pm; empanadas £3).


Brunch is an institution for Torontonians and there’s usually a line outside this café with a menu of cheap and cheery homemade favourites. Plop yourself down in one of the mismatched chairs and dig into dishes such as grilled brie with pear chutney and walnuts on challah, banana oatmeal pancakes or grilled Canadian cheddar. Cash only (; 74 Lippincott St; 9am-3pm; dishes from £2).

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