Prepare Your Taste Buds for a Treat at These Exciting New Toronto Restaurants
The brainchild of noted chef and restaurateur Grant van Gameren, Tennessee Tavern is located in the Parkdale area. You’ll find everything from huge platters of smoked meats to cheesy perogies, country kielbasa, schnitzel, and more.
Niall McCotter and Chef Doug Penfold are no strangers to the Toronto food scene. They’re the brains behind the Spanish Cava, as well as their French boîte Chabrol. Atlas, their new Moroccan fare restaurant, boasts everything from roasted goat with okra and squash to Harcha skillet bread and charcoal-grilled eggplant.
Patrick Kriss is one of Toronto’s most lauded chefs. Dubbed “the neighborhood bistro where simple dining meets thoughtful service and cocktails come with good conversation,” Aloette’s curated menu ranges from tuna tartare and beef carpaccio to lamb sirloin, seared scallops, and roasted squid.
Chef Rob Rossi completely overhauled his meat-centric Bestellen space with local design firm Guido Costantino to debut Giulietta, an unparalleled Italian eatery brimming with old-world charm. Local foodies rave about the dessert menu and claim Giulietta is “the perfect place to dress up and watch some serious cooking action.”
La Banane, conceptualized by Chef Brandon Olsen and Sarah Keenlyside, is a true French masterpiece. Boasting a menu of classic French fare and a unique seafood raw bar, diners can enjoy everything from chilled king crab to an omelet with caviar, a rib steak with Bordelaise sauce, and more.