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St. Lawrence Market
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St. Lawrence Market and Old Toronto Food Tour
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Ranked #7 of 526 things to do in Toronto
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Recommended length of visit: 2-3 hours
Owner description: Once housing city hall, this Victorian building is surrounded by other historically significant architectural gems.
Reviewed 1 May 2014

What is not to like about this market? It had the most delicious selection of cheese, meat, mustard, bread, etc. Everywhere you turned there was great food at reasonable prices. There should be one in every city.

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Reviewed 1 May 2014

We were disappointed not to have both buildings open, but nevertheless is was wonderful to browse all the food stands in the one market. We even bought sandwiches to take back to the hotel.
At this market, you can find wine, seafood, cooked foods, meats, fruits and veggies, pastries, etc., If you can eat it, they probably sell it here.

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Reviewed 30 April 2014

What a place!!! I've been coming to Toronto for over 25 years now and never been to the St. Lawrence Market. It has a little bit of everything under one roof. But it's the smell of the foods that will entice you. Meat, seafood, vegetables, fruits, spices...everything you could ever hope to find is in this place. Loved it!

Thank Sharon H
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Reviewed 30 April 2014 via mobile

This place is unique. It's a true melting pot of toronto. It's extremely crowded, but u can find fresh groceries, seafood, meat, herbal tea, local wine, coffee and more. Parkin is a pain, best if u come earlier, lunch hr. is so freaking crowded to eat at the famous Buster's sea cove, but the crowd dies down after noon. So eating is more relax and less crowded. The fried fish haddot and grill swordfish sandwhich are one of the best. I enjoy it and I don't really like seafood that much. The busters seafood pie is good, but it sold too quick, where I couldn't get a try :( . This place tues to sat, so don't miss out.

Thank Holly T
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Reviewed 30 April 2014

This place is amazing. I could have eaten here every day of my stay. It was quieter during weekdays but really busy on Saturday as the farmers market is there. Peameal bacon sandwiches at Carousel Bakery are a must, their custard tarts are great too. I also recommend the greek place on the lower floor - they do a great souvlaki dinner.

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