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The 38 Essential Toronto Restaurants, October '13

justxpete | Oct 3, 201312:17 AM     37

So, in light of Eater's "list" (http://toronto.eater.com/archives/201...), I thought I'd create one of my (our?) own. Now, these might not be my favourite, per se, but I can't deny a given restaurants relevance for personal dislike. But as a general consensus, I think this list is pretty good, with perhaps a few omissions or additions needed. I did it relatively quickly, but - I'm not sure how the writers of Eater could be so off. This took me all of 15 minutes. I listed them in alphabetical order just for good measure.

Thoughts?

Actinolite
Auberge Du Pommier
Bar Isabel
Beast
Bero
Best Ellen
Black Hoof
Burgers Priest
Cafe Buloud
Campagnolo
Canoe
Cava
Chantecler
Chiado
Edulis
Enoteca Sociale
Farmhouse Tavern
Foxley
George
Harbord Room
Hashimoto
Hopgoods
Starfish
Jacobs & Co
Khao San Road
Momofuku Shoto
Omei
Porchetta & Co
Richmond Station
Scaramouche
Kingyo
Splendido
Stockyards
Sushi Kaji
The Grove
Tutti Matti
Woodlot
Yours Truly
Zen Sushi

Patria, Carmen, THR&Co, 7L and Origin North I think are a bit too new to be included (if they would be). I included Bero because the reviews are overwhelmingly positive among CHers.

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