Brrr! So, it looks like winter actually made it this year. Weather like this makes us want to snuggle in our adult onesies and eat nothing but our favourite comfort food. Each of these categories could have a post of its own (which may come later), but for now it’s all about keeping (your belly) warm. Here’s our round-up of Toronto’s best places
to indulge your comfort food craving.
Mac and Cheese
White Mac and Cheese was a university staple and often creeps back into our
roster of I’m-hungry-now-but-too-lazy-to-cook foods. We‘ve broached the best mac and cheese subject before, and still can’t get enough of it.
For the lobstah lovahs: Rock Lobster Co.
where we can get our fried chicken fix, especially since most of them seem to
be in the general vicinity of our office. Pairs well with the aforementioned mac and cheese (see, we’re planning your whole meal for you!).
For straight up fried chicken: Harlem Underground.
For chicken and waffles: The Drake Hotel.
For a fried chicken sandwich: The County General.
of delicious meat and sauce? Nothing, unless you don’t eat meat, and well,
we’re sorry about that. There are more places than you would think serving meatballs here in Hogtown – there’s even a restaurant dedicated to them – but here are the balls that we find are our top choices.
For meatballs like nonna’s: 7 Numbers.
For another white meat version: Little Anthony’s.
For balls with a twist: Banh Mi Boys.
of restos in Toronto that offer delicious options, here’s where we usually
Something for everyone: Soup Nutsy.
For a taste of South Asia: Ravi Soups.
The places that have it all
Top purveyor of all things comforting: The Rebel House.
For new comfort: Rose and Sons.