Pizza in Toronto? first off who has the best after drinking need a slice of pizza? Pizza and 2nd who has the best sit down pizza in the city? I do like Toroni's on Queen West..Any suggestions or feedback? thanks so very much..Tour boi
good to hear about Terroni.. Its next on my list for Italian for sure.. but Deelicious: what exactly is funghi salad?
a sauté of lightly breaded oyster mushrooms atop arugula seasoned with balsamic vinegar and olive oil. And then the parmesean! sooooo great with their crusty bread!
They bake the whole thing in the pizza oven.
mmm sounds like heaven, thanks for the suggestion I will definetly try it soon
And on a subsequent visit, have the calamari salad. Almost a meal in itself. Better yet, go with a friend, and share a calamari salad and a pizza.
haha... alrite sounds good. Mmm, i was just looking at their menu and the pizzas DO sounds so good. Ive never had a pizza with pear before like some of them describe, sounds pretty interesting
hey estragon, sorry mate. I read into your post wrongly. Glad you like Toroni's...Tour
oh nooooooooooo..I spelt it wrong didnt I? While at least you knew what I meant...lol
I've only been to the Terroni at Yonge and St. Clair. Their pizzas are great, really almost like being in Italy. Their pastas are fabulous, too, sauced just right (i.e., not over-sauced).
Terroni's for great sit down pizza.
For after drinking pizza, there's nothing like The Big Slice at 3am (Yonge, just south of Gerrard).
is Terroni's pasta as worth getting as their pizza?
My Lovely Abbey,
I know their soup is as worth getting as their pizza.
Overall, I think the pizzas are better - pastas are good but pizzas are divine. The salads are excellent as well (really fresh, high quality ingredients, great flavours).
Abbey, get the funghi salad, it is worth the visit alone.
Couple that with any pizza choice and you are in heaven!
You might want to look here:
The last post was only on the 21st of October.
well i take it Toroni's is not for you? So where is your fav?
Um... The place is called Terroni, and I said it IS my favourite.
Terroni, hands down. Queen and Manning, Victoria and Richmond, Yonge and St. Clair.
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