Toronto, with its culturally-diverse culinary landscape, makes history as the first Canadian city to be featured in the globally recognized Michelin Guide. Earlier this week, the Michelin Guide bestowed 13 Toronto restaurants with stars. These prestigious stars are accredited by anonymous inspectors by evaluating the restaurant’s consistency, value, the chef’s personality, and the quality of ingredients, flavour, culinary techniques used in the dishes. Although no restaurant was given three stars, the highest honour, 12 restaurants received one star, which indicates the restaurant is worth stopping for, and 1 restaurant received two stars, which indicates the restaurant is worth a detour. Additionally, 17 restaurants were honoured for quality food for reasonable prices under the “Bib Gourmand” award. See the full list of Toronto restaurants that are featured in the guide.

Here is a look back at our stellar experiences with some of these now Michelin-starred restaurants, including Frilu (1st and 2nd visit) and Don Alfonso 1890 (1st and 2nd visit).

Vitello Tonnato at Frilu
veal, smoked tuna, potato

 

Michelin will be coming to Vancouver. We hope other cities such as Montreal will also get it’s share of attention!

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