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7 Best Food Halls in Toronto

7 Best Food Halls in Toronto

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I’m a big fan of food halls because you can try all kinds of different dishes from different restaurants, all in one place.

A food hall is sort of like a fancier food court – you’ll typically find spots by local chefs and restaurants!

And, since it’s all food court-style, it’s quick, casual, and more affordable than going to an actual restaurant.

There are plenty of great food halls and markets in Toronto to eat at – here are some of the best ones to visit!

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Best food halls in Toronto


Assembly Chef's Hall in Toronto

Assembly Chef’s Hall

Assembly Chef’s Hall is an upscale food court in the Entertainment District, filled with some of Toronto’s best and most popular restaurants.

It’s great because you have a diverse set of cuisines at your fingertips, and you can even get different dishes at different restaurants to try.

The vendors change up every so often, and right now you can enjoy ramen from Ramen Isshin or stand-up omakase from Tachi!

LOCATION: 111 Richmond St W, Toronto, ON


Superfresh

You can now experience the joys of going to an Asian night market year-round at Superfresh, a super cool permanent Asian night market in the Annex!

This massive eatery features a variety of vendors serving up Asian food and drink inspired by cuisines across Asia, from China to Korea.

The vibes are super cool, with tons of vintage artwork and neon signs, and even a fun lucky cat wall!

LOCATION: 384 Bloor St W, Toronto, ON


Crispy Chinese flatbread from Three Kingdoms Pizza in Toronto
Dishes from Three Kingdoms Pizza.

BOLD Food Hub

Tucked away in Baldwin Village is the BOLD Food Hub, where you’ll find three different Chinese spots.

You’ll find Sichuan-style tapas at A Bite of Sichuan, crispy Chinese flatbread at Three Kingdoms Pizza, and less sugary, tea-focused bubble tea drinks at Fortune Tea.

Three Kingdoms Pizza and A Bite of Sichuan are both large chains from China, and Fortune Tea is local to Toronto!

The decor inside the food hall is very bright and modern, and you’ll also find cool murals on the walls from Chinese street artists.

LOCATION: 5 Baldwin St, Toronto, ON


Upper East Food Club in North York

Upper East Food Club

Upper East Food Club is an awesome food hall entirely focused on Asian cuisine, and you can find it in North York, just south of Yonge & Finch.

You can get savoury baos from Pear, aburi oshi sushi from Torch (one of my absolute fave sushi restaurants in Toronto), and Asian-inspired breakfast sandwiches from Wonder Egg.

If you’re in the mood for something sweet, you can grab delicious bubble teas from Machi Machi!

Mix8 bento box from Torch Pressed Sushi in North York
Mix8 bento box from Torch Pressed Sushi.
Upper East Food Club in North York

The space itself is somewhat small, but it’s super cute with tons of bright and fun decor.

There’s also a decent amount of seating if you’re looking to dine in!

LOCATION: 5317 Yonge St, North York, ON


Gooderham Building in St. Lawrence Market, Toronto

St. Lawrence Market

Of course, we have to include the iconic St. Lawrence Market in here!

St. Lawrence Market is one of Toronto’s most popular tourist destinations, and it’s also a favourite spot for many locals to visit.

It’s the oldest market in Toronto, and it’s home to all kinds of different food shops and vendors.

Grab one of Toronto’s best lobster rolls from Buster’s Sea Cove, or taste authentic perogies from European Delight!

You can also enjoy whatever you get on the outdoor patio if it’s not too cold outside!

St. Lawrence Market in Toronto

You can explore the market on your own, or you can do a guided group food tasting tour!

LOCATION: 93 Front St E, Toronto, ON


Stackt Market in Toronto, Ontario

Stackt Market

Stackt Market is a really unique spot in Toronto, and it’s totally made up of converted shipping containers!

You’ll find plenty of cute shops and pop-ups here, including cafés and bake shops.

For actual food, you can grab Asian fusion bites and baos from Baobird in the Belgian Moon Brewery, or internationally-inspired tacos and shareables from the Ocaso Tacos shipping container!

LOCATION: 28 Bathurst St, Toronto, ON


Foodie Aisle & Food Court at Union Station

We’ve all been complaining for years about the construction at Union Station, but it’s finally starting to get better.

New shops and restaurants are popping up all the time, and there are even two full food courts at Union now!

The Foodie Aisle is where you’ll find market-style food from local chefs, and they’ve also got some local gems in the downstairs food court.

I especially love Mean Bao (fusion bao sandwiches), Roywoods (amazing Caribbean food), and Butter Chicken Roti (delicious roti)!

LOCATION: 65 Front St W, Toronto, ON


Best food halls in Toronto:

  1. Assembly Chef’s Hall
  2. Superfresh
  3. Bold Food Hub
  4. Upper East Food Club
  5. St. Lawrence Market
  6. Stackt Market
  7. Foodie Aisle & Food Court at Union Station

These were some of the best food halls and markets to visit in Toronto!

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Food tours are another fun way to experience Toronto’s food scene, and this Kensington Market food tour, Canadian food tour, and craft brewery tour are all fantastic options!

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Jessica Lam | Toronto lifestyle, fashion, beauty, and travel blogger | Diary of a Toronto Girl, a Canadian lifestyle blog


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