Kensington Market

Wedged between Chinatown and Little Italy, this rich cultural hub is one of North America's best street markets. It’s full of old and colorful buildings, and was named a national heritage site since November 2006. You’ll find a diverse mix of Toronto’s population here. With the variety of global and fusion restaurants, not to mention an eclectic mix of shops and vendors, it’s the perfect place to try something new.

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Tito Ron’s

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536 Queen Street West
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Run by a friendly and enthusiastic duo, Tito Ron’s is a humble food stand inside Gordo’s, a community of Spanish-influenced cuisines. The small menu is an authentic nod to the unique flavours of the Philippines and the Caribbean, with everything made fresh on-site. They have Tocino (cured pork) sliders and Jerk spring rolls, but the main draw here is the gelato sundaes, which they dress up like a filipino halo-halo on steroids, complete with ube turons, coconut and jackfruit.

Tito Ron’s
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Tito Ron’s
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Tito Ron’s
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Tito Ron’s
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Tito Ron’s
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Seven Lives Paleteria

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