Welcome back to “Street Eats”! Join us, as we explore some of the best street food from around the world. We’ll share our favourite and our not-so-favourite dishes and would love for you to share your experiences with us, and the world! Leave them in a comment below or send me an e-mail with your post and links to your social media, or blog, at firstname.lastname@example.org and create your own Street Eats post to share with our readers! Bon Appetit!
Today, our series hits the streets of Toronto, the busy, bustling capital of Ontario. Toronto may not be the culinary capital of the world but if you’re strolling around the city, you won’t find yourself starved for something to snack on! Whether you’re stopping to grab some peameal bacon on a bun (backbacon – a genuine Canadian treat) from the St.Lawrence Market or popping into one of the bakeries lining the streets of Chinatown, you’ll find something to keep you energized throughout the day as you tour the AGO, visit the ROM, climb the CN Tower, or stroll along on the waterfront. While these snacks are delicious, there’s only one thing you can get no matter where you are in the city! So, my vote goes to…
#1 Street Snack in Toronto: Street Meat
It may not be the most “Canadian” cuisine you can find, but Street Meat – that is to say delicious hot dogs and sausages – is the most common (and delicious) street snack for visitors to Toronto.