An area once filled with manufacturing buildings, The Junction has grown into quite the hot spot, with shops, galleries, and dining spots routinely popping up in this now bustling neighborhood. Restaurants, cafes and bistros line the streets; with so many restaurants to choose from, The Junction offers a different culinary experience each time you visit. If you’re hungry, head to this area of Toronto, and check out any (or all) of these ten restaurants.
For when you need a bit of comfort food, Cut The Cheese has you covered, with home-style meals and other unique combinations to spice their menu up. Prepared entirely from scratch, their menu boasts classics mentioned above as well as new additions such as cheesy fries and house brand bottled ketchups and hot sauces. They even have a secret menu. If you’re looking for gourmet-styled comfort foods and a spin on your classic favorites, Cut The Cheese is the place to go. With everything on their menu for less than twelve dollars, the prices are hard to beat.
Cut The Cheese, 2901 Dundas Street West, Toronto, ON, Canada, +1 416 901 7166
Roux serves warm comfort foods that remind customers of home-cooked meals. Their menu includes classics like tuna, crawfish and beet ceviche, scallops plated over creamy grits, fried yardbird, and waffles with bourbon-maple syrup. Yes, bourbon-maple syrup.
Roux, 2790 Dundas Street West, Toronto, ON, Canada, +1 647 343 3600