Top 10 Off The Menu Dishes in Toronto

There is an awesome new app in town dedicated to sharing dishes that are unknown and not displayed on specific restaurant menus. As you could potentially guess, it’s called Off The Menu! The app contains many of Toronto’s hottest spots and shares with us some amazing dishes that select restaurants can create for you at request. Below we have put together the Top 10 Off The Menu Dishes in Toronto, all directly from the app itself. Be sure to download the free app from the iTunes store here or the Google Play store here. For more information about the specific dishes below, refer to the app. Enjoy!

10. Bahmi Boys
 Duck Confit Tacos: duck, onion chutney, green onion, jicama papaya salad, kimchi, purple slaw, cilantro and pickled carrots

 

9. Cut The Cheese
 Gourmet Grilled Cheese: Traditional grilled cheese, stuffed with house-made cheddar Mac N’ Cheese 

 

8. Blowfish
Cajun Tuna: Seared tuna that is coated with cajun spices and topped with ponzu sauce

 

7. California Sandwiches (Woodbridge)
The Everything Sandwich: Breaded veal cutlet, cheese, onions, mushrooms, sweet peppers, rapini, grilled portabello, grilled zucchini, grilled eggplant, breaded eggplant, tomato sauce

 

6. Bar Isabel
 Buttermilk Fried Chicken
*Only available after 11:30pm on weekdays and after 12:00pm on weekends

 

5. Pizza Libretto
 Mama’s Hot Pepper Pizza: Tomato sauce, basil, mozzarella, house-made fennel sausage, spicy preserved thai chilis

 

4. Joso’s
 Pasta Goodfellas: Surf and turf pasta, filet mignon, shrimp, octopus, calamari, mussels, red sauce  

 

3. Burger’s Priest
Tower of Babel: Double cheeseburger, grilled and stuffed portable mushroom between two grilled cheese sandwiches

 

2. Nodo
Seafood Pizza: Thin crust pizza, bay scallops, mussels, shrimps, cherry tomatoes, pesto

 

1. Bar Buca
 Vitello Parmigiano Bombolone: Fried veal, melted provolone cheese, pickled mushrooms and tomato on a steamed bombolone
*Always available for lunch and dinner (not brunch)

 

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