Take your pick of international dishes at our world-class Food District and more.
Whether you’re in the mood for a multi-course meal after a long day of hitting the shops, or a quick and easy snack while running errands, Square One has a plethora of offerings for every taste. As Ontario’s largest shopping centre, we have over 100 food options to choose from, including casual eats to more fine dining experiences. Here’s a look at a few of our favourite Square One eateries.
Founded in 1982 by a father-son duo, Earl’s has been serving up delicious family food for decades. With their constantly evolving menu of updated classics, Earl’s also has vegetarian, gluten-free and raw dishes. Tip: don’t miss their daily happy hour every day from 2PM – 5PM.
Visit Earl’s for location and hours.
Meaning “fluffy fluffy” in Japanese, Fuwa Fuwa knows good pancakes. Serving up delectable, handcrafted stacks of soufflé pancakes—each one as light and airy as the next—you’ve probably already spotted Fuwa Fuwa on your social feeds. Their Signature Pancake (with customized toppings) truly needs to be tasted to be believed.
Visit Fuwa Fuwa for location and hours.
A one-stop-shop for all your culinary desires, Fresh Market has everything from your morning java fix to smoothies, baked goods and savory lunch and dinner dishes. Eat-in or take-out, either way you’re sure to be satisfied.
Visit Fresh Market for location and hours.
A Japanese style eatery that cooks dishes using charcoal Hibachi grills, this restaurant serves up a one-of-a-kind dining experience. Each chef is expertly trained in dazzling knife skills and will slice and dice each of your dishes for a meal that’s one part delicious food, one part entertainment.
Famous for their Garlic Pan Bread, this classic resto has something for everyone in the family. Sit back with friends, enjoy one of their fishbowl cocktails and take in the laid-back environment. While waiting for your meal, you can even unleash your inner artist thanks to a blank paper tablecloth and colourful crayons.
Visit Jack Astor’s for location and hours.
Kibo Sushi House serves a wide variety of Japanese dishes and sushi from maki to rolls and bento boxes. Along with serving up favourites like udon, donburi and soups and salads, this Japanese eatery selects fresh, local ingredients to craft up classic dishes that are sure to satisfy.
Visit Kibo Sushi House for location and hours.
This popular taco restaurant offers up Mexican eats in a cool modern space that’s filled with splashes of street art. Some of their most popular dishes include: their Mexican street corn, any of their famous tacos (Pollo Frito and Al Pastor are must-trys), and of course, you can’t go home without a few churros.
Vist La Carnita for location and hours.
Pulling from over 150 years of delicacy, Mado creates Turkish food with a twist. Their world-famous ice cream baklava sandwiches have a cult following for a reason! When dining at Mado, you’re spoiled for choice, from koftes and kebabs to pizza and wraps, and it’s all topped off with baklava and Turkish delight.
Visit Mado for location and hours.
Established in 1986, Moxies provides a casual dining experience with an extensive menu of handcrafted dishes and signature cocktails. With 55 locations across Canada, they’re known for their award-winning hospitality and of course, spectacular food. Don’t miss out on their Chipotle Mango Chicken.
Visit Moxies for location and hours.
With breads and desserts that are baked daily, Reds prides itself on expertly crafted food, next-level cocktails, and carefully curated wines. Come for a glass of Chardonnay and stay for their signature 48-hour marinated roasted chicken.
Visit Reds for location and hours.
Specializing in authentic Tonkotsu Ramen (which means pork bones in Japanese), Sansotei sources only the highest quality ingredients to craft up their creamy, 24-hour simmered bowls of broth and noodles. Build your dream ramen with customizable additions like thick or thin noodles and extras like corn, bamboo shoots, mushrooms and more.
Visit Sansotei Raman for location and hours.
This Caribbean eatery has mastered jerk chicken, from their popular sandwich packed with the classic meat to their finger-licking wings. Their menu is also full of crowd-pleasing favourites like their oxtail plate, coleslaw and callaloo—a delicious green veggie dish that pairs perfectly with spicier mains.
Visit Roywoods for location and hours.
With their fresh take on Italian food, Scaddabush strives to deliver top-notch cuisine in a welcoming and family-friendly environment. This brasserie serves up social-sized dishes that are perfect for sharing and that allow you to try a little bit of everything for a dining experience that’s full of flavour.
Visit Scaddabush for location and hours.
Combing the bright flavours of India with global cuisine, Farzi Café takes a modernist approach to Indian food. Tapping into cooking techniques like molecular gastronomy, this bistro serves up gourmet dishes like Biryani and Butter Chicken in a high energy ambiance.
Visit Farzi Café for location and hours.
Top quality, sustainable seafood is Pier 87’s speciality. A modern fish market that serves up fresh, tasty eats at their sit-down restaurant, you can also shop for fresh or frozen seafood to go if that’s more your speed. Some of Pier 87’s best-selling dishes include: freshly shucked oysters, their lobster roll (made from Nova Scotian lobster) and calamari fries that hit just the right spot.
Visit Pier 87 for location and hours.
Authentic, fresh and traditional pasta dishes is what sets this Italian eatery in a league of its own. The brainchild of Gabriele Dal Moro, who comes from seven generations of Italian chefs, this restaurant lets you customize your dish, choosing from seven varieties of pasta (think everything from spaghetti and gnocchi) to 12 different sauces including pesto, alfredo, and classic Bolognese.
Visit Dal Moro’s for location and hours.
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