RESTORONTO

The low­down on the city’s lat­est open­ings

Midtown Post - - Food - — Karolyne El­la­cott

Yorkville is now the proud owner of a new out­post of Buster’s Sea Cove, a St. Lawrence Mar­ket fave. Found at 876 Yonge St., the seafood­driven eatery dishes out tuna melts and had­dock and chips to pescatar­i­ans and wannabes.

In more Yorkville news, Calii Love has fi­nally opened its doors at 1255 Bay St. Or­der the on-trend bowls (poke or smoothie) and su­per­food smooth­ies to make you feel like a hu­man in tip-top shape.

Craig Hard­ing of noted Ital­ian eatery Cam­pag­nolo has just opened La Palma. Found at 849 Dun­das St. W., the sun­rise-to-sun­set spot is dish­ing out eats like a hun­dred-layer lasagna and plenty of de­lec­ta­ble pas­tries. Oh, and the staff look the part too, decked out in Pink Tar­tan uni­forms.

Hot off the foodie presses is Kiin, the lat­est resto from the kids be­hind Pai, Nuit and Jeff Reg­u­lar. Sit­ting pretty in the for­mer Khao San Road space at 326 Ade­laide St. W., the Thai spot aims to ex­pand din­ers’ knowl­edge of Thai fare, with items like khao yum and kua hang gai (look ’em up) gun­ning to be the new pad Thai.

Feed It For­ward has opened Soup Bar, Toronto’s very first sub­si­dized pay-what-you-can and pay-it-for­ward res­tau­rant. Found at Mar­ket 707 on Dun­das West, the eatery is over­seen by chef Jag­ger Gor­don who is spin­ning out healthy fare like sam­mies and soups. A chip goes into a jar for ev­ery $2.50 meal bought; those who can­not af­ford a meal can dip into the jar to pay.

Lov­able chef Rod Bow­ers is gear­ing up to open Bunny’s in his for­mer Hey Meat­ball space at 912 Queen St. E. Din­ers can ex­pect com­fort­ing Ital­ian pas­tas for din and but­ter­milk blue­berry bun­nys (a.k.a. pan­cakes) with ba­con ears for brunch. What else? Pa­tio.

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