The best pide in Toronto brings a Turkish classic to Canada. Whether ultra-thin, crispy square slices or cheesy oblongs, pide is yet another delicious carb delivery vehicle done right in this city.
Here's the best pide in Toronto.11 - Kebab 49
This casual joint near Kipling and Dundas does six types of side including a classic Turkish sausage one on thin crust dough.
8 - Pasha's Authentic Turkish Cuisine
The pide at this Thorncliffe Park destination comes in many varieties including spinach, sausage and Black Sea style with seasoned ground veal, onion and mozzarella.
9 - Best Istanbul
A dizzying assortment of 18 pide are available at this restaurant near Keele and Wilson including one that lets your try slices from an assortment of their best sellers.
10 - Sofra Istanbul
Near Steeles and Jane, this restaurant does eight types of side including the Konya-style topped with ground beef, onions, herbs and feta.
4 - Mr. Pide
Get the classic Turkish sausage and egg or spinach feta cheese pide at this Danforth spot, or opt for the Karisik, a combo of their best selling toppings.
5 - Mustafa
This classic spot near Dufferin and Wilson is designed to look like an actual Turkish cave. Get thin pide slices topped with crumbly, crispy meat.
6 - Byblos
This fancy restaurant in the Entertainment District is where to go for upscale pide with toppings like chanterelle mushrooms, roasted garlic, fontina, marjoram and sumac onions.
3 - Pizza Pide
This Leslieville joint has been doing pide right for over 15 years. Though flatbreads vary in shape and size from round to oval to square slices with various levels of bread coverage, they’re all tasty and halal.
7 - Dino's Wood Burning Pizza
This neighbourhood favourite on the Queensway serves up seven types of side including a gyro version with mozzarella, lamb and beef strips.
by Amy Carlberg via blogTO