Lots of good stuff to buy here at the market, especially the famous Peameal Bacon on a bun! Make sure you have it with Ketchup and Honey Mustard sauce!
About St. Lawrence Market
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see the sights and tastes of toronto all in one location, lots of choices, and entertainment. good for buying large quanitites for great deals
St. Lawrence Market is a bit off the beaten path being east of Yonge street, but is a short walk or bus ride there. There are food vendors representing multiple ethnic cuisine's, everything is delicious! *note: the market isn't open every day, so check the...More
This is a lovely market with lots of local colour. Great to see the locals out buying delicious looking food. The stalls and displays were all spectacular and very tempting with the meat, fish and cheese stalls all standing out. Went early on a Saturday...More
Wow, what a place to get exposed to a variety of Toronto's cuisine. We went there as part of a walking/food tour. Started there for breakfast pastries (OMG) and ended there for lunch. Do it!!
I bough 125 ml of birch syrup for $45.00 and and back home found out that if I would have ordered exactly the same through the company who sells it on their website it would have cost me only $25. including shipping!!!!!!!!!!!!!
We had lunch, cakes and coffee here and a walk around, its nice to see the local food offerings and its a good people watching spot.
On a long layover we went to downtown and this market. From the reviews we had expected something like San Lorenzo market in Florence – 2 levels, restaurants and shops, a beautiful old building ... Instead half of the shops were quite pitiful with less...More