Andrew Zimmern finds that Toronto is a melting pot of edgy eats. From horse heart salami and seal flipper pie to pig's ear and cuttlefish, Andrew discovers that amazing dishes from around the world can be ...Go to Episode
A popular Indian fare snack eatery in Toronto, Baldev’s offers paan, papadum, chakri, samosas and tamarind chutney.
1399 Gerrard St, East Toronto, ON M4L125
Visit world-renowned chef Susur Lee’s newest restaurant, Bent, where the cuisine blends flavors from Asia, Europe and Latin America. Try their Singapore slaw, Chinese-style braised short rib and potatoes roasted in duck fat.
777 Dundas St W, Toronto, ON Canada M6J1V
This cocktail bar is known for its specialty menu item -- horse meat! Sample the Horse Heart Salami -- ground up horse heart blended with pork fat and spices, and then hung up to cure for 2 months.
928 Dundas St, W Toronto ON M6J 1W3
An herbal medicine store in the guise of a frozen yogurt shop, offering smoothies made with ground nuts, grains, seeds and herbs that are combined with hot water to form a thick mud-colored soup.
492 Dundas W, Toronto, ON M5T 1G9, Canada
Fishman Lobster Clubhouse
This plaza in suburban Markham is home to a Chinese restaurant known for serving up fresh Canadian fish and shellfish in a big way! Try grouper steamed with ginger, scallions and soy sauce, and king crab legs fried with chilies and garlic.
680 Silver Star Blvd, E Toronto, ON M1V 4Z3, Canada
K & K Specialty Tropical Fruit
A fruit stand with fresh flavors not typically found outside of Asia, including one that ranks at the top of Andrew Zimmern’s least favorite foods -- durian, a pulpy fruit that smells so bad that the store offers gloves to handle it.
298 Spadina Ave, Toronto, ON M5T, Canada
Don’t miss Toronto’s oldest and largest Chinatown. Try mixed barbecue plate, Chinese sausage, pig’s ear and cuttlefish, rice noodles with beef tendon, and Malay-style bitter melon with duck egg yolk served on lap noodles.
296 Spadina Ave, Toronto, ON M5T 2E7, Canada
Offering specialty sandwiches topped with the likes of mustard made with a combination of garlic, honey and smoke; and a peameal bacon sandwich, cured pork that’s been dried in cornmeal and then put on the griddle.
92 Front St, E Toronto, ON M5E 1C3, Canada
Sip on an untraditional rum and coke, paired with snapper, shrimp, turkey or salt cod patty.
926 Dundas St West, Toronto, ON M6J 1W3
A family business, Surati Sweet Mart is one of the world’s largest suppliers of Indian treats.
26 Carnforth Rd, Toronto, ON M4A 2K7, Canada
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