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4810 Sheppard Ave E, Scarborough, ON M1S 4N6, Canada

Warm, family-run Trinidadian roti bakery also furnishing jerk chicken, curries & West Indian drinks.

1589 Ellesmere Rd

St. Andrews Fish and Chips has a menu that features items found in traditional Scottish fish and chip shops, meat pies, haggis, mealie pudding and irn bru. Their specialty is obviously fish and chips, with hand-cut fries.

3090 Eglinton Ave E

Anjappar Chettinad specializes in South Indian cuisine, with locations worldwide. In the GTA, outposts in Brampton, Mississauga and Scarborough offer a varied selection of seafood, meat, vegetarian and rice dishes, not to mention dosas (South Indian street food). Some locations even do breakfast on the weekends.

3750 Kingston Road

The Olde Stone Cottage Pub serves up the usual mix of pub favourites including nachos, calamari, wings and curry chicken.

3676 St Clair Ave East

Working Dog Saloon is perfect for us all working dogs to unwind after a hard day’s work. It proudly proclaims itself to have the best patio in Scarborough.

4271 Sheppard Ave

Congee King isn’t owned by the husband of Congee Queen’s owner ? surprisingly. In fact, its fame is nowhere near that of its spousal namesake, but it’s a nice place to get a change from the more popular names on this list and still have good quality congee. The oyster congee is one of the house specialties, and its flavours are a little stronger than one would expect, but in my opinion that’s why it sets itself apart from the others. Their other foods, however, are definitely more of the hit and miss variety.

1960 Lawrence Avenue East
647.748.7454647.748.7454

Pili Pili on Lawrence East is where to go in Toronto for Tanzanian treats. Primarily a takeout driven destination for Tanzanians all across Toronto who know a thing of two about their ethnic cuisine, Pili Pili only officially opened their doors on June 1st but already they’ve amassed a loyal following.

880 Warden Avenue

Smith Bros. Steakhouse Tavern is where to go in Scarborough for 28-day, wet aged steaks, craft beers and lobster dinners.

4190 Kingston Road
416.281.6423416.281.6423

Twice as Nice sure as heck lives up to its name. One of the many Caribbean restaurants in Scarborough, Twice as Nice serves up delicious classic Caribbean dishes like fried chicken with oxtail gravy or curried goat all served with a generous portion of rice.

4637 Kingston Rd

The West Hill Wine Bar makes their dishes using fresh local ingredients, sustainable seafood and naturally raised meats. Gluten free and vegan items available. Their menu changes regularly to coordinate with the season’s fresh produce. Some items include: smoked lobster and cod cake, duck and brie quesadilla, and butter chicken.

Spice is Rite in Scarborough provides Jamaican and Caribbean food for dinner. Jerk chicken and the like, with traditional spices for real flavour.

404 Old Kingston Rd.
416.282.2204416.282.2204

he Amazing Ted’s Diner isn’t just ’50s-styled, it has actually been around since 1954. Even after recent renovations, the spot preserves its nostalgic charm. The menu features familiar greasy spoon specialties like three-egg breakfasts, liver burgers and blue plate specials.

1448 Lawrence Ave. E

Georgy Porgy’s bar and grill is situated on Lawrence East is a comfortable place to hoist a glass after work, late into the night or even on a relaxed Sunday afternoon. The menu bills sharable apps along with burgers, pizzas and wings making it an ideal spot to bring the team or even just come watch your favourite team.

2240 Midland Ave.

The Queen Victoria Pub is situated on Midland, and offers the perfect mix of dim lighting, convivial service and familiar pub food favourites. The lively watering hole is a favourite with locals and regulars for pub food staples like nachos, fish and chips and wings.

790 Kennedy Road
416.759.3999416.759.3999

Sinopino is a Chinese/Filipino restaurant with two locations in Toronto including this one on Kennedy Road.

2572 Birchmount Rd
647.351.0809647.351.0809

Bong Lua is a Vietnamese restaurant in Scarborough that lets you pick and choose your desired combination of meats and noodle, rice or pho accompaniment. The space is simple, but the price is reasonable for the size of the dishes.

2574 Birchmount Rd.
416.291.6340416.291.6340

Hunter’s Pizza is situated in a plaza off Birchmount at Huntingwood, and deserves the title hidden gem. This plaza pizzeria and souvlaki house is known for offering big portions at great value for dine-in or takeaway. The menu features pastas, pizza and Greek specialties like souvlaki combos with salad and a choice of pita or rice for $8.50.

The Amazing Ted’s Diner isn’t just ’50s-styled, it has actually been around since 1954. Even after recent renovations, the spot preserves its nostalgic charm. The menu features familiar greasy spoon specialties like three-egg breakfasts, liver burgers and blue plate specials.

2046 Sheppard Ave E
416.916.4066416.916.4066

Mercator is a European mini mart, hidden away in a strip mall on Sheppard near the 404. Tons of European groceries to browse through, from Poland, Turkey, and Romania just to name a few. There is a hot food area where you can order something quick to eat in or take out, like Vienna Schnitzel on a bun ($5.99) made fresh to order.

2572 Birchmount Rd
647.351.0809647.351.0809

ong Lua is a Vietnamese restaurant in Scarborough that lets you pick and choose your desired combination of meats and noodle, rice or pho accompaniment. The space is simple, but the price is reasonable for the size of the dishes.

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