Ontario offers a tempting array of tasty culinary options, from urban dining to the relaxed ambience of rural communities and the beauty of wine country. Feast ON in Ontario.
From local, family-run favourites to trendy new gastro pubs to luxurious dining, discover a variety of palate pleasers across Ontario.
Savour Ottawa is a food initiative that promotes local culinary products and experiences. Find delicious dining options in Ottawa, Canada’s capital.
Well-known for excellence in wine-making, the Niagara region offers wonderful temptations to please your palate as well. Check out what's in season along the wine route.
Toronto's rich cultural heritage is reflected in the cuisine of its neighbourhoods and restaurants, from Little Italy to Little India, and Chinatown to Greektown. Find trendy dining options in Yorkville or the Distillery District. Discover more great eats in Toronto.
With spectacular scenery as a backdrop, Muskoka celebrates local field to fork food. Savour Muskoka, a culinary association representing the region's best, will help guide you through the area.
Stratford has a vibrant theatre, arts and culinary culture, and is an idyllic destination for those with a passion for fresh, creative and adventurous dining.
Follow the Taste Trail in Prince Edward County just east of Toronto. The route takes you on a delicious discovery of award-winning wineries, organic farms, artisan cheese makers and other specialty producers. The County is also dotted with historic towns and ringed by glorious sandy beaches.
Enhance your kitchen technique at Ottawa’s Le Cordon Bleu then dine at the elegant Signatures Restaurant. Pair farm fresh with local wine and cider at The Waring House. Learn the tools of the Strewn Wine Country Cooking School in Niagara-on-the-Lake. Perfect the classic apple pie at the Collingwood Cooking Academy near Blue Mountain Resort.
Fungi fans will love the Wilderness Mushroom Foray Adventure of mushroom hunting and wine pairing at Long Point Eco Adventures in Norfolk Country, while distinguished chefs at Langdon Hall in Cambridge offer interactive cooking demonstrations on select days.
Mother Nature and the Niagara Escarpment have teamed up to create perfect apple growing conditions. Savour the different apple products including curried apple soup, apple cheesecake, sour cream apple crumble tart, iced apple cider, apple crepes, applewood smoked trout, and of course, apple pie.