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Best Bagels in Toronto?

I was saying "nope" as in they're aren't fresh.

I ended up going on Pusateri's and got myself 6 Gryfe's and 6 MTL.

It's the closest I'll get to a satisfactory bagel.

Best Bagels in Toronto?

NOPE....

I guess I'll further elaborate: Fresh Bagels in Toronto.

Best Bagels in Toronto?

I AM NOT WILLING TO TRAVEL TO ST. LAWRENCE. SO NO.

I AM NOT WILLING TO TRAVEL TO NORTH YORK. SO NO.

Does anyone have suggestions for bagels in Toronto near the specified intersection?

Best Bagels in Toronto?

I'm w/o a car. So is there anything near Bay&Bloor?

I DON'T LIVE IN NORTH YORK AND I DON'T PLAN TO TRAVEL TO NORTH YORK FOR BAGELS. IF I PLANNED TO, I WOULD SIMPLY GO TO GRYFE'S, SINCE I KNOW THEY'RE THE BEST.

Best Bagels in Toronto?

The What-A-Bagel closed shop.

Best Bagels in Toronto?

Gryfe's is also the best I've had. Anything in the same ballpark would satisfy me.

Montreal-style bagels aren't bad either. Correct me if I'm wrong, but they taste like they have less salt.

I just need quality.

Best Bagels in Toronto?

After two years of being in this city, I still can't find a good bagel. Can someone tell where to go (I'm at Bay&Bloor)? I'm eating a substandard bagel as I type this.

Thanks.

Bay & Bloor Chinese Recommendations

I'm living at Bay & Bloor this year for school. I'm looking for some recommendations for Chinese food that's in walking distance of me.

Should I talk them out of LICK's?

Lick's is a step up in quality, but I presume it's also a lot more fatty than Wendy's.

From what I've read, Wendy's is closer as well.

Of course, I'm probably splitting hairs when it comes to deciding which burger joint is healthier.

Is Cobbs the best bakers in TO?

I wish people would provide the addresses where some of the bakeries are located, because you guys are getting me hungry.

What do Toronto restos do best?

Secondly, I want to stress that I'm sure Toronto provides primo-quality Mexican and Greek food. The problem lies within the cuisine itself, not the degree of authenticity found in Toronto.

What do Toronto restos do best?

Italian, French, Caribbean, Indian, Chinese and Japanese.

I think if you looked for any of the above mentioned cuisines, you'd be delighted by the quality Toronto offers.

Why there are no good Mexican Restos in Toronto

I'm not trying to stir up trouble, I'm just giving him my opinion, which I thought could be of use to him.

Why there are no good Mexican Restos in Toronto

I haven't read the entire thread, but the simplest answer is that Mexican cuisine isn't any good.

Greeks are a culinary-challenged people as well.

Your best bet is to stay away.

Best Coconut Buns in TO?

I've tried a couple bakeries in Chinatown, but does anyone know where to find the definitive coconut buns?

Asian Legend

The onion pancakes are no joke. A very delicious appetizer for a small fee.

Asian Legend

Thanks a lot for your help. And I'm relieved to hear that their quality is consistent from locale to locale!

Asian Legend

I went to a location in North York and thought it was fantastic, but I am living in the downtown area. Someone told me there was a location on Spadina (in Chinatown), but can anyone tell me exactly where it is situated at?

Thanks.