Where to Eat Next in Garden District?

Where to Eat Next in Garden District?

Are you looking for a good place to eat in Garden District? When you are done having your fill of the tourist spots in the area, you can satisfy your hunger with these restaurant recommendations:

Pita Land

When it comes to Mid eastern cuisine, nobody does it better than Pita Land. They make amazing chicken shawarma in Garden District. It is Halal and the chicken itself is very flavorful. Mixed with their own garlic spread and special sauce, this will surely be a hit.

If you are not in the mood for Chicken shawarma Restaurant in Garden District, try their other shawarma offerings. Their beef shawarma in Garden District is just as good. Another good option is their Falafel and Gyros. You can always be assured of freshness if you are getting shawarma in Garden District from this restaurant.

Richmond Station

This is one of the trendiest restaurants in the neighborhood and people go here for the vibe of the place. They mostly serve Canadian cuisine but many people like their farm-to-table offerings. Try their roasted suckling pig. The roasted exterior is crispy but the inside is juicy and soft. While roasting, the inside is marinating in garlic chive and lemongrass. They also have a Chef’s Menu if you like fine dining options.

The Senator Restaurant

This restaurant has been around since 1929. It has a comfortable vibe that people love going back to. It’s also a good place to have brunch because their brunch menu is amazing. Try their croque madam. Their buttermilk pancakes are delicious and taste homemade. If you like something more filling, they have Shakshuka, which is a kind of tomato stew that has eggs baked on top of it. Make sure you give their eggs benedict a try as well.

Khao San Road

This restaurant serves delicious Thai cuisine. Start your meal with their Som Tam, a refreshing papaya salad mixed with cherry tomato, carrots, chilis, shrimp, and roasted peanuts.

Their noodle dishes are what keep people coming back to their restaurant. The Bangkok-Style Pad Thai will surely satisfy those cravings. If you are a huge fan of Pad Thai, try their Pad Thai Sam Roas, which is basically three flavors of Pad Thai. You should also not go without trying their Pad See Ew and Pad Kee Mao.

Now go ahead and give these restaurants a try. You should include them in your list of restaurants to visit.

Mike Taylor is the author of this article. For more details, Pita Etobicoke please visit our website: pitaland.ca

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Pita Land: Mideast Urban Kitchen 0
Since 2003, Pita Land has made delicious, fresh and affordable shawarma, kebabs, souvlaki, falafel, gyro, salads, wraps and more.
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