Wednesday, November 13, 2019

The Best Kosher Restaurants in Toronto

The best kosher Restaurants in Toronto conform to dietary restrictions, but they're by no means boring. A wide variety of cuisines as well as favourites such as shawarma and bagels show that, when it comes to eating kosher, there's plenty to feast on.

Here are the best kosher restaurants in Toronto. 

3 - Dr. Laffa

Some of the best shawarma, hummus and falafel in the city just so happens to be kosher. Get that and more at this humble North York takeout spot on Bathurst. Identify them by their quirky signage.
6 - Umami Sushi

You can actually get kosher sushi in this city at this Bathurst restaurant. Enjoy hand rolls, sushi boats and poke without the shellfish.
8 - TOV-LI

Fantastic falafel stuffed into gigantic sandwiches and shakshuka are staples at place, and if you're in the market for kosher pizza, look no further than this tiny dairy restaurant on Bathurst Street.
5 - Milk N Honey

This spot in North York on Bathurst that's popular for catering celebrations like bar and bat mitzvahs has lots of healthy options like pastas, salads and breakfasts.
4 - Three Sisters Kitchen

Find Jewish classics such as hamentaschen and challah at this cafe and restaurant near Eglinton West. They're also known for their "life changing bread."
7 - Bubby's Bagels

Locations on Bathurst and Lawrence West provide Toronto with platters of New-York-style bagels, other breakfast items and catered spreads.
9 - Pantry Foods

Sandwiches, baked goods, pasta, salads and burgers along with bagel, cheese and fruit platter spreads can be obtained from this Bathurst street cafe and catering company.
11 - Ba-Li Laffa

Hummus topped with shawarma, shakshuka and laffa sandwiches join more unusual kosher menu items like Asian noodles and steak at this Thornhill spot.
10 - Aish Tanoor

Some of the city's best hummus, shakshuka and shawarma are all kosher at this Israeli restaurant with old world charm near Eglinton West station.

by Amy Carlberg via blogTO

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