The Best Cheap Eats

Toronto Life - - Content - By Alex Baldinger and Re­becca Fleming

A food-lover’s guide to the most eye-pop­pingly, mouth-wa­ter­ingly, ta­ble-pound­ingly amaz­ing things to eat in and around Toronto—for $10 or less. Spoiler alert: our list in­cludes Sin­ga­pore noo­dles, cheese pu­pusas, pork-and-crab dumplings, duck fat fries, schmaltzy bagels, and lots more

Toronto doesn’t get many op­por­tu­ni­ties to boast about its af­ford­abil­ity: this is an ex­pen­sive place to live, and it’s get­ting more ex­pen­sive all the time. Which makes it so re­fresh­ing that the city’s food scene re­mains a source of amaz­ing bar­gains. In 2017, a few bucks is still enough to eat some­thing out of this world. Toronto Life spent the past year scour­ing the GTA, from Bay Street to the burbs, to as­sem­ble this mark-as-you-go check­list of must-try dishes. Cut out these pages and dig in.

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