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All reviews seafood fresh food baked goods peameal bacon sandwich carousel bakery bagels saturday morning fruits and vegetables crepes food stalls maple syrup the lower level great place to visit walk around meat cheese vendors
This is one of the best places I have ever been. Garden-Fresh vegetables and crisp, newly harvested fruits is awe-inspiring. The fragrance of flowers is inviting. The beautiful people and the colorful aura of the market is beyond we can find anywhere. Recommended to go...More
Meats and vegetables are very good with a large choice. For the fish quality is lower: most of the products are not fresh but previously frozen, but anyway there is limited choice of whole fish that are not the conventional ones you find in supermarkets....More
I had family in from the US and brought them to St. Lawrence Market. We were able to take public transport in and not have to worry about paying for parking in a parking deck or even parallel parking on the street. It is within...More
There's something here for ethnic group, from amazing varieties of food to clothing, from raw foods, to cooked to great eating places, a trip here is one of the adventurous, enlightening and relaxing experiences to be enjoyed in beautiful Toronto
Fresh produce, meats, seafood, artisan sauces, coffee and old country euro foods under a historic building in downtown Toronto. It's a tourist attraction in itself but is also a haunt for locals. The sandwiches and quick eats are very good and have been reviewed by...More
Farmers from all over Ontario and fish companies and meat companies show a spectacular array of foods. Plus specialty food shops like Scandinavian foods, Hungarian and many other ethnic food. Bakeries galore even the famous pea meal sandwich which is a must.
Parking can be difficult around St Lawrence market and just one parking ticket will blow your shopping budget for three months thanks to Mator John Tory's inflated parking fines against those who would try to drive upon the roads rather than repair them.
Response from Catherine D | Reviewed this property |
Probably not. I didn't really think it was worth going to at all, unless you actually want to go shopping in which case they had some nice fresh produce, but probably not so great at that time of the afternoon.