The following Toronto restaurants are all conveniently located within a 5 minute walk of St. George Station. They are sorted according to their overall rating on Yelp. When you are looking for a great place to eat near St. George Station in Toronto, any of the following restaurants should prove to be a good choice.
Gyubee Japanese Grill - Bloor
Category: Barbeque Japanese
335 Bloor Street W
Toronto, ON M5S 1W7
Phone: +1 416-551-9767
Sina R. Nov-13-2019
It's my second time I went here with my girlfriend. We ereally love this place. The servers are nice with perfect smile when I dropped my napkin , the... Read More
Carissa V. Sep-26-2019
One of my all-time favourite all-you-can-eat KBBQ spots. If you've read my reviews, I'm a sharing-with-friends kind of girl. This is definitely a spot... Read More
Christine Q. Sep-17-2019
If I were to rate Gyubee on the food alone, it would get 5 stars, but due to the wait and some elements of the service, I had to deduct a star. I will save... Read More
L'espresso Bar Mercurio
321 Bloor Street W
Toronto, ON M5S 1S5
Phone: +1 416-585-2233
Chris C. Dec-04-2019
This is a casual place with plenty of seating - the big room with a full glass front and long counter and a side smaller quieter room with a few tables... Read More
Viraj T. Jun-27-2019
I went to Bar Mercurio for lunch with my husband and I thought it was a fancy place until I had to line up at the counter and order like a cafeteria. Then I... Read More
Bianka G. Dec-01-2019
We accidentally ran into this shop and we don't regret it! The food was great! The coffee was even better. The atmosphere is very trendy as it is walking... Read More
The Innis Cafe
2 Sussex Avenue
Toronto, ON M5S 1J5
Phone: +1 416-977-7434
Hullabaloo K. May-06-2015
Awesome prices, huge portions, great taste. The grand trifecta! Honestly the best value for dining on campus. The spanakopita is freshly made every day,... Read More
Ed U. Aug-17-2019
It was a long walk from the CN Tower to the Royal Ontario Museum especially on an oppressively humid day in the middle of summer. We made all sorts of... Read More
Hal C. Dec-16-2018
When the Robarts Library food hall is full of hungry students and external researchers, the cozy and quiet Innis Cafe just north of it on St.George provides... Read More
Toronto Culinary Tours
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Enjoy a fun day our from Toronto to Niagara Falls with a professionally trained safety drive and licenced tour guide. See the local hot spots and learn about facts and history during the entire tour. We will take you from Toronto, and travel 90 miles to Niagara Falls. We will also visit, Niagara on the Lake and enjoy a wine sampling as well!*Itinerary is subject to change. **When the Hornblower Niagara Cruise is not in operation, it will be substituted for the Journey Behind the Falls. (Typically the Boat cruise operates from April-October) Special Offer - Book by November 4 and travel by December 31 to save 10% off our previously offered price! - Book Now!
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This bike tour shows you both essential sights and hidden gems of Toronto, and the whole experience feels like you are on a casual ride with a local friend that loves telling stories. We even keep the groups sizes small for a more intimate, personalized experience.This intro tour covers awesome must-see spots - we ride along the Lake Ontario waterfront, past the CN Tower, through the University of Toronto, and down Graffiti Alley, home to almost a mile of murals and artworks where you'll want to snap lots of photos.We'll also visit Kensington Market, a bustling neighbourhood of ethnic food and vintage clothes shops!Everyone has been loving our Norco Scene bikes - they are super comfortable and so much fun to ride! A refreshing drink will be offered.If you've never taken a bike tour before, you are more than welcome. We stop every 10-15 min or so to hear local stories & info, check out public art, or snap photos.Join us to learn all about Toronto's multicultural success story!
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Experience the sights, sounds and history of multi-cultural Toronto at your speed, on your time. Your ticket on the Toronto City Hop-on Hop-off Tour allows you to see the city with professional drivers and commentary, all the while giving you the complete flexibility to visit some of Toronto's sights, major attractions, shopping areas or unique cultural districts.
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Your Niagara Falls experience starts the moment you board the climate-controlled bus at your hotel. You'll be taken on a tour that is guaranteed to stimulate your senses and leave you with memories that will last a lifetime. The tour includes free time to explore Niagara falls and a local winery visit for wine tasting.
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Taste your way through one of the largest Chinatowns in the Western Hemisphere! Sometimes referred to as the original Chinatown, it is one of seven in the Greater Toronto Area. This neighborhood is a beehive of activity with shops, cheap housewares, fruit and vegetable stalls, traditional Chinese herbal medicine dispensaries and of course, tons of great food. It can be a pretty intimidating place for those who are unfamiliar with the food and customs of the Asian culture. Let your knowledgeable guide lead the way through a tutored tasting where you will learn the history and culture of the community. Hear about one woman's fight to keep the community from being demolished as well as tidbits of etiquette and ancient customs. So “chī hǎo hē hǎo” 吃好喝好 which literally translates as “eat well and drink".
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Get your taste buds ready as you eat your way through decades of immigrant cultures that have left their mark on this truly unique part of the city. Recognized in 2006 as a National Historic Site, Kensington Market, bordered by Little Italy and Chinatown, has come a long way since its early beginnings as a British war hero's estate. Without a doubt, this is the most multicultural few blocks you will find anywhere in the city. Today the bohemian lifestyle and Rastafarian Culture are a sharp contrast to an area that once served as a hub of Jewish worship, trade, and commerce. Tasting everything from jerk chicken and empanadas to good old Canadian comfort food, you'll run the gamut that includes Caribbean, Mexican, Portuguese and Latin American treats - to name a few of the stops.