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8 Best Food Halls in Toronto

8 Best Food Halls in Toronto

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

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

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


Wellington Market at The Well in Toronto
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Wellington Market at The Well

Wellington Market is Toronto’s hottest new food hall, and you’ll find it located inside The Well.

You’ll find over 50 vendors inside this massive 70,000 square foot space, and there’s even a licensed bar offering up fantastic cocktails.

Some of Toronto’s most well-known restaurants and food spots are inside this food hall, including Rosie’s Burgers, Gus Tacos, and Isabella’s Mochi Donuts.

Vancouver-based chain Japadog also opened their very first Toronto location here!

Don’t forget to stop by Little Harvest Market while you’re here to shop unique international groceries and snacks!

And of course, you have to shop around and explore The Well afterwards.

LOCATION: 486 Front St W Lower Ground Level, Toronto, ON


Assembly Chef's Hall in Toronto

Chef’s Hall

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 some of the best sandwiches in the city from Grandma Loves You or the crispiest tempura from Tempura Keisuke.

They also have a great outdoor patio during the summer months!

LOCATION: 111 Richmond St W, Toronto, ON


Kitchen Hub Food Hall Liberty Village

Savour eats from some of Toronto’s best restaurants, but as takeout instead.

This Liberty Village food hall hosts some of Toronto’s most beloved spots, including Pai, WVRST, and Chubby’s.

The best part of it all? You can enjoy multiple eats from different spots all at once, like a salad from Mandy’s and a pasta from Gusto 101!

There are also tables inside this spacious food hall, so you can dine in as well.

LOCATION: 1108 King St W, Toronto, ON


TABLE Fare + Social in Toronto's CIBC Square

TABLE Fare + Social

Find this stunning food hall located on the 4th floor of CIBC Square, which you can actually access through Union Station.

Taste decadent Thai dishes from Chaiyo by Pai, sip on flavourful miso ramen from Misoya, or devour juicy burgers from Friday Burger.

TABLE Fare + Social in Toronto's CIBC Square

There’s also a bar, In Good Spirits, serving up unique cocktails and French-inspired fare.

It’s located in the Financial District, and you can visit them from Monday through Friday!

LOCATION: 81 & 141 Bay Street, Toronto, ON


Roywoods at Toronto Union Station

Foodie Aisle & Food Court at Union Station

It seemed like the construction at Union Station was never-ending, but it was all worth the wait.

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


Queen's Cross Food Hall at Toronto Eaton Centre

Queen’s Cross Food Hall

If you happen to find yourself at the Eaton Centre, you have to stop into Queen’s Cross Food Hall.

At this vibrant new food hall, you’ll find 16 diverse and chef-driven food stalls, as well as a lively café and bar.

Queen's Cross Food Hall at Toronto Eaton Centre

From fried chicken sandos, to saucy pasta, to fresh poke bowls, you’ll find plenty of international food options to enjoy.

You’ll also find a rotating roster of local pop-ups, currently occupied by Craig’s Cookies and a dim sum concept by Chef Eric Chong of R&D in Chinatown.

Find them on the lower level of the Eaton Centre near Queen Station!

LOCATION: 220 Yonge St FA100, Toronto, ON


Gooderham Building in St. Lawrence Market, Toronto

St. Lawrence Market

Of course, we have to include the iconic St. Lawrence Market in here, which is full of fantastic eats!

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, try the viral craigels at St. Urbain Bagel, or taste authentic pierogies from European Delight.

Craigel from St. Urbain Bagel at St. Lawrence Market in Toronto
The viral craigels from St. Urbain Bagel – AKA croissant bagels.

You can also enjoy your bites on the elevated outdoor patio during the warmer months.

St. Lawrence Market in Toronto

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

There are also plenty of incredible restaurants in the St. Lawrence Market neighbourhood, also known as Old Town Toronto (the oldest neighbourhood in Toronto!)

LOCATION: 93 Front St E, 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.

Their vendors swap out every so often, and right now, you can get tanghulu (candied fruit) from K-Jimi or bubble tea from Machi Machi.

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


Best food halls in Toronto:

  1. Wellington Market
  2. Chef’s Hall
  3. Kitchen Hub Food Hall Liberty Village
  4. TABLE Fare + Social
  5. Foodie Aisle & Food Court at Union Station
  6. Queen’s Cross Food Hall
  7. St. Lawrence Market
  8. Upper East Food Club

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

Have you been to any of these food halls in Toronto? What are some other great food spots worth visiting? Let me know on Twitter or Instagram!

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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