5 Best Kensington Market Restaurants To Check Out In 2018
Whether you are a tourist or a native Torontonian, you have likely spent hours strolling through the open air food and craft markets of Kensington, smelling the fresh and exotic offerings of all the different vendors. While the adventure of discovering new and exciting eats in Kensington is fun, this post will do it`s best to give you a head start on finding the best of the best from one of Toronto`s favorite neighborhoods.
- Hibiscus Cafe @ 238 Augusta Ave.
Sunday morning brunch or Saturday afternoons in the summer, you definitely need to check this place out. The non-dairy ice cream tastes great without the guilt and bloating, and the crepes are definitely unique and worth checking out. The best part is the entire menu is vegan and quite affordable and filling. Definitely worth checking out!
2. Rasta Pasta @ 61 Kensington Ave
If there was one food vendor that was 100% representative of the eclectic culture of Kensington, it’s the Carribean-Italian cheap eats that are served daily at Rasta Pasta. You can get lunch for $5, and if you like your pasta – and you like your jerk seasoning – stop reading this right now and go get yourself something at Rasta Pasta.
3. Burgenator @ 269 Augusta Ave.
You ever just want a big greasy burger? Yes, us too. If you are done with buying an expensive burger that leaves you feeling less than satisfied the burgers here will solve that need for you. They are large, unique and made fast! They pride themselves on not using processed cheese, fresh ground meats and having the most unique combinations. My favorite is the Drop Down & Give Me Spicy which never dissapoints and comes in just under $10.