So...this little food-loving family will be in your lovely city over the Columbus Day weekend (October 10th through the 14th with one day in the Niagara Falls area) and is looking forward to crafting the perfect 4 day food itinerary that will give them a holistic feel for the city's food. Everything from peameal bacon sandwiches in the St. Lawrence Market to checking out our very own David Chang's work at Shoto.
We eat it all- from Bolivian to Uzbeki, and embrace ALL deliciousness, however are more interetsed in things that would be uniquely "Toronto" if that even makes sense. We realize, that like NYC, Toronto is a city comprised of many immigrants, so I guess what we are really trying to say is that we are seeking food that is unique to/prepared better in Toronto no matter what its origin. And if that doesn't work, what restaurants would you consider *must visits* or iconic in their own right? We are fine with all price ranges and all venues...from 4 star to no star. And we appreciate great snack suggestions as we like to graze throughout the day.
We will be staying at the Fairmont Royal York and are also wondering if we should bother paying slightly more money for the breakfast package. Are there any notable breakfast spots around the hotel?
Many Thanks in advance and All Things Delish~