This is a must for any visit to Toronto. Have the Peameal Bacon sandwich at Carnival Bakery and enjoy the diverse food and sightseeing. I only with there were more prepared foods for tourists.
About St. Lawrence Market
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Not quite as great as the Granville Public Market in Vancouver, but still very nice. We had a wonderful afternoon here before our train trip to Montreal and had a really great Russian meal.
We came to the market for two things, the pea-ham sandwiches (which were outstanding) and some small grocery/shopping bags and we got 'em both. A really fun way to spend an hour or two just wandering the isles. Loads of fun.
I was expecting more of a local shopping experience but this is really shopping FOR THE locals. It's a very unique and ethnically diverse grocery. Lots to choose from including meats, mustards, fresh fruits and vegetables, breads and pastries. Lots of maple options, at very...More
This place is great to find all sorts of exotic foods from all over the world and also has some excellent places to eat. Very recommended for any food lover.
The St. Lawrence Market reminded me of Pikes Place Market in Seattle. Vendors selling all sorts of food...would be a fabulous place to buy meats, cheeses, produce, fresh breads and pastries in the heart of Toronto but we are not locals so we just gaped...More
On a recent 2-day trip to Toronto I visited St. Lawrence Market twice...once to look and once to eat. Two levels of food stalls, some cooked items, some not (meats, fish, produce) along with cheese and pastries and sandwiches, kitchen wares, spices and more. Great...More