The 7 Best Foodie Deals in Toronto. Who Says Eating Great Has to Be Expensive?

If your you love food you don’t have to spend $20+ to enjoy a solid meal in Toronto. In fact, eating great for cheap is easier than you think. Deals on great food in Toronto only count if you’re full when you finish your meal and love every minute of it. The following restaurants don’t just do small plates; rather, they deal in awesome entrees, big sandwiches, and great eats that satisfies without draining your wallet.

Here are the top new Food Deals in Toronto for 2017. (Email us at if you think we missed any.)

When The Pig Came Home
This deli in the Junction is home to $5 peameal sandwiches that come stacked with rounds of house-cured, nitrate-free pork loin on a soft, fluffy bun. Add on cheese, a fried egg or an extra strip of bacon for just a dollar more.


The Dime
The newest restaurant and bar from the El Furniture Warehouse folks serves a $4.95 food menu featuring plates of calamari, pierogis, flat breads, burgers, tacos and more.

mmmm…. eggs a-la-cheap!

This casual Korean spot in Kensington Market serves scratch-made snack food. Find an array of dishes, including kimchi fries, spicy KFC (Korean fried chicken) and hearty rice bowls topped with chicken, beef or pork for $10 or less on the menu.

Are you hungry yet?

Moroccan street food is the specialty at this eatery on College Street. Here, the mixed grill and tangine meals will cost you $13, but there’s also a range of affordable sandwiches for $9 or less that includes options like merguez sausage, lemon chicken and braised beef.

Just $13? Yep!

Torteria San Cosme
This taco-less Mexican eatery deals in tortas stacked with meat, beans, cheese and veg on pan telera. Prices hover around the $10 mark for each massive sandwich, while hearty sides like elote (street corn) and charros (stewed beans) are $5 or less.

Seriously $10?… wow.

Big Beef Bowl
This noodle house in Willowdale does hand-pulled Lanzhou-style noodles. Here, pocket change buys starters like the spicy corn with cheese ($3) and king oyster mushroom skewers ($2), while bowls of beef and noodles start at $8 .

Love me beef.

Classic, griddle-smashed burgers and fried chicken on a bun are dressed with only the essentials at this indie fast food joint in Little Italy. The most expensive thing on the menu is the double cheeseburger, which still comes in under $10.

mmmm…. burger

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