Toronto, like a lot of newer metropoles, has so much different types of cuisine that it’s hard to define what is the city’s signature dish. Do we talk about the great pasta coming out of little Italy, the Portuguese delis on the west end, or the excellent Jewish food in North York? And don’t get me started on the suburbs. If pressed, I’d say the thing in Toronto to try are the West Indian-inspired roti wraps:
Word to the wise, do not request spicy unless you know what you’re talking about. These rotis do not fuck around.