The best churros in Toronto are little more than fried dough dusted in cinnamon sugar, but they vary greatly in texture and accompaniments. These sweet treats popular in Mexico, Spain and Latin America come with dipping sauce, ice cream or formed into a cone or sandwich.
These are the best churros in Toronto.9 - Torteria San Cosme
Sandwiches may reign at this Kensington joint, but the churros con cateja are equally delectable.
7 - Maiz
Crunchy, airy, and soft, the churros at this Latin American spot near Yonge and Lawrence come with anything from brownies to gummy worms and cotton candy.
6 - Playa Cabana Hacienda
The floppy, curvy churros in the churro poutine at this mini chain restaurant with a location near Avenue and Dupont come with caramel and marshmallow.
8 - The Empanada Company
Served with dulce de leche dip, the elegantly twisted churros at this Etobicoke empanada spot are long and light, dusted with an even coat of cinnamon sugar.
11 - El Caballito
This King West Mexican restaurant is locally famous for their churro ice cream sandwich.
10 - Cinco Mexican Restaurant
Short, fat, dusted with sugar, expertly drizzled and served with fresh berries, these churros are one of Roncesvalles Village's best kept secrets.
3 - Pancho's Bakery
Locations at Dufferin and Bloor and in Kensington Market emanate the delicious smell of simple golden churros filled with chocolate or dulce de leche. They also do churro cones with outrageous toppings like Froot Loops.
4 - El Habanero & Churrobar
This Scarborough spot is reinventing the churro in the form of mutant soft serve sundaes with off-the-wall accoutrements like giant chocolate chip cookies, brownies, and glitter sprinkles.
5 - Mr. Chu
The Korean-style churros at this food stall near Finch station are distinguished by their horseshoe-like loop shape, topped with eye-popping nuts, chocolate and sprinkles.
by Amy Carlberg via blogTO