If you’re looking to try some traditional Canadian cuisine, head to Boralia, a slick foodie spot on Ossington. Boralia offers a modern take on traditional recipes of early settlers and immigrants of the 18th and 19th centuries; comforting and homely classics with a fine-dining finesse. Toronto also has it’s very own Chinatown, demonstrating that it’s a city that can offer you pretty much anything! Finally, for a sweet snack, you must try a beavertail! We’ll say no more and leave you to figure out just what this delicious snack entails!
No trip to Toronto is complete with a tour of Steam Whistle Brewery, arguably the best microbrewery in the city. And for the sporting fans amongst us, you’ll be pleased to hear that Toronto is ice hockey crazy. If you’re here during the hockey season we can ensure you get tickets to watch the Maple Leaves, Toronto’s biggest team.