What’s so great about a city like Toronto is its diverse food scene. You can find almost anything in the city, including some mouthwatering Indigenous sourced and curated meals.

If you have yet to explore the beauty and enticing flavours of Indigenous cuisine, then you’re missing out. There’s no better time than now to expand your taste buds and discover another world of flavour. No worries, if you’re intrigued, we know where you can get some of the best eats in the city.

Here are 3 places in Toronto where you can try delicious Indigenous cuisine:

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Tea N’ Bannock


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“Where the past and present meet.” Tea N Bannock features an almost endless menu with delicious appetizers, mains, and desserts. We’re talking Bison steak, Salmon burgers, wild rice saute, and more.

“Since 2012, Tea-N-Bannock has been serving dishes that reflect culture both the past and present. Not only providing a platform for indigenous chefs and traditional cooks, but also a place for youth to get introduced to professionals and given space to dream,” reads its site.

When: Thursday to Saturday from 3:00 PM to 7:00 PM
Where: 1294 Gerrard Street E

Pow Wow Cafe


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Located in one of Toronto’s most diverse food scenes, Kensington Market, those searching for a delicious Indigenous meal can check out Pow Wow Cafe. It offers brunch and dinner specials using indigenous sourced ingredients to make dishes like Bison-venison meatballs, “Indian Tacos”, scone dogs, and more.

Where: 213 Augusta Avenue

360 Restaurant


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Though not necessarily an Indigenous restaurant, Toronto’s 360 Restaurant offers a special curated Indigenous menu, crafted by Chef David Wolfman and the 360 culinary team. It features a three-course meal – to start, an Arctic Char Crudo, Bison Tenderloin as a main, and for dessert a white chocolate and partridge berry parfait. It’s priced at $90.

When: Lunch: 11:00 AM to 3:30 PM/ Dinner: 4:30 PM to 10:00 PM
Where: 290 Bremner Blvd