Toronto Day 4: St. Lawrence Market


We started our day with breakfast in St. Lawrence Market since we missed it yesterday as it is closed on Monday.

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A bird’s eye view of the market.

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A little history of the market.

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The goodies from the market… cakes and pies.

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Seasonal fruits.

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A variety of tomatoes.

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Cheese.

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More cheese stuffed goodies.

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Bagels.

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Goodies for man’s best friend.

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Artisan bread.

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We found a corner of the market with tables and benches to sit down for breakfast.

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The above were what we had; coconut tart, Portuguese tart, almond pastry, cheese pastry and spinach knish.

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The freshly roasted Balzac coffee was really nice.

While we were enjoying our food, we saw some kind of inspections of a stall just across where we had our breakfast. There were 3 inspectors and they looked really serious, taking notes and pictures of the stall. We saw them pointing at storage, power points, etc.

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One thought on “Toronto Day 4: St. Lawrence Market

  1. Granville Island Market offers a lot more cultural -foodie stuff. But I find St. Lawrence Market much truer in diversity of ethnic based food stalls and competition. Of course, Granville has better seafood…

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