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St. Lawrence Market
Ranked #2 of 542 things to do in Toronto
Certificate of Excellence
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Fee: No
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 July 26, 2011

Visited the Market during my stay in Toronto, to say I was impressed is an understatement.

The market has lots of varying delicious food stalls including butchers, bakery's, fish, wine, cheese, fruit and veg.

I had to try some of the spicy sausage, cheese and bread as well as some local wines. If I was a resident of Toronto I would do all my food shopping here.

I would recommend to all visitors looking to try the tempting food on offer here.

Thank Ynysforgan_Jack
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Reviewed July 20, 2011

Took family visiting from outside Canada to St. Lawrence Market after reading about the world renouned bacon sandwich at the "Carousel bakery". A soft bun- nothing special- with generous amount of back bacon... that's it!!! no tomato, lettuce or anything to make it more exciting... very salty and dry as well as expensive. An intimidating experience with foreign visitors.

4  Thank monalisatoronto
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Reviewed July 17, 2011

I am a habitual visitor of the St. Lawrence Market. Simply put, it has something for everyone. Seafood, steaks, chicken, cheeses, veggies, a foodie paradise. The market offers up the cheap; the organic and everything in between. Carousel Bakery is legendary for their Peameal on a bun, DELICIOUS! I do recommend getting a fountain iced tea there, a sugary treat to accompany the salty goodness of your peameal. The organic food available is substantial, from veggies, to meats, to cheeses there is organic something for everyone. The breads available are also endless at a numbers of bakeries. There is ethnic flavors available from Mexican to Chinese to Indian to about any of the cultural diaspora inhabiting Toronto. It's just an awesome experience and it is no wonder that the Market is considered to be one of the best Marketplaces in the World. Not Canada, the World. It is really an experience to try out, especially on the hustle and bustle day of Saturday when the place is packed.

1  Thank tdsuperstar
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Reviewed July 17, 2011

My mom & I really enjoyed the St. Lawrence Market. There was just so much in this market. I just love seeing how the "locals" live & this is a great way to experience it. The locals were working the marketplace & also shopping there too. I bought deli meat, fruit,baklava & a smoothie while I was there. We also bought T-shirts & magnets to bring home. I am a fan of the St. Lawrence Market!

Thank BriaNicole
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Reviewed May 31, 2011

Lots of food choices, worthwhile a visit. It was a Saturday and while there were a lot of people around, it never felt overwhelmingly crowded. Prices were decent but there were very few free samples. Worth it for a foodie as there were groceries, snacks and meals available.

2  Thank smoothrt
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