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Vendors › Toronto › Restaurants › Latin


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Arepa Café

490 Queen St. W., Toronto

Arepas are round Venezuelan corncakes stuffed with all sorts of tasty ingredients. Try flank steak with black beans, plantain and

Bar Isabel

797 College St., Toronto

In this cozy restaurant, noted chef Grant van Gameran offers a long menu of mainly meaty tapas-style dishes inspired by


922 Queen St. W., Toronto

Carmen Named after one of it’s owners, Carmen Laudes—who’s also co-owner of Torito Tapas Bar—this vibrant eatery offers traditional Spanish


5 Coady Ave., Toronto

A variety of South American nibbles are served up at this small Leslieville-area snack bar and take-out joint. Empanadas, tortilla

El Fogon

543 St. Clair Ave. W., Toronto

St. Clair Avenue isn’t just for Italian cuisine anymore. Recently a number of Latin American eateries have popped up in

El Rancho

430 College St., Toronto

Stuccoed archways make this Latin-inspired restaurant cozy. Kick up your heels to salsa and merengue hits in the adjacent two-level

Gourmet Gringos

1384 Bathurst St., Toronto

Bricks-and-mortar take-out operation of a well-known food truck offers an expanded menu of Latin street foods. Find lettuce wraps instead

Julia Ristorante

321 Lakeshore Rd. E., Oakville

Oakville eatery offering a blend of Italian and Latin dishes. Items include linguine pescatore with mussels, clams, shrimp, fresh fish

Julie’s Cuban

202 Dovercourt Rd., Toronto

As the name suggests, this homey and eclectic restaurant specializes in authentic Cuban fare, including a variety of shareable tapas

La Cubana

392 Roncesvalles Ave., Toronto

From the owners of French-Cuban bistro Delux comes this colourful diner serving up contemporary Cuban fare. Order some snacks like

Mambo Lounge

120 Danforth Ave., Toronto

Merge the traditional and contemporary with a Cuban beat at this restaurant on The Danforth. Diners can graze on a


478 King St. W., Toronto

Super-swanky outpost for authentic Spanish fare. Most of the menu is composed of tapas options for sharing, but a few

The Boulevard Café

161 Harbord St., Toronto

The cheery atmosphere of the Boulevard Café is created by the vibrant yellow walls and bright ceramic tables. An upper-level

Torito Tapas Bar

276 Augusta Ave., Toronto

Kensington Market haunt with an inviting back patio. The refined tapas menu ($7-$12) features classic Spanish fare such as savoury


606 King St. W., Toronto

Chef Steve Gonzalez’s restaurant combines his Colombian roots with a distinctly Toronto vibe. The dining room evokes and urban-peasant aesthetic
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