From brunch, to lunch, to supper (and all the coffee stops in between), Torontonians love to eat out. Doing so on the cheap allows them to nurse their habit throughout the week.
The city is rich with food options that meet niche needs, including tight bugdets. Toronto's diverse population demands food of all sorts — prepared to fit price brackets of all sorts. The Annex is a particularly good place to find quality, affordable sushi, while Koreatown to the west serves piles of kimchi with inexpensive soju (and karaoke) to wash it down; Kensington Market is packed with quirky hole-in-the-walls, and West Queen West is notorious for fabulous brunch. Stretch your stomach, not your wallet, at any (or all!) of the following cheap and cheerful hot spots.
1365 Gerrard Street East, Toronto, ON M4L 1Z3, Canada
1993 Lawrence Ave E, Toronto, ON, Canada
207 Queens Quay West, Toronto, ON, Canada
770 Don Mills Road
Ontario Science Centre
51 Mercer Street
At Blue Jays Way
37 King Street East
Le Meridien King Edward