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Four new restaurants will make their Bib Gourmand debut in the 2023 Michelin Guide Toronto, which features a total of 21 Bib Gourmand restaurants.
Bib Gourmand restaurants offer good quality meals at a good price.
Toronto’s new Bib Gourmand recipients will be honoured at the Michelin Guide Ceremony on Sept. 27 at History, 1663 Queen Street E.
“We’re so excited to add BB’s, Sunnys Chinese, Tiflisi and White Lily Diner to the selection of Bib Gourmand restaurants in Toronto,” said Gwendal Poullennec, the international director of Michelin Guides.
“The anonymous inspectors were quite impressed with the imaginative, delicious cuisine at these eateries, as well as the value and experience. We hope that local foodies as well as international travellers will enjoy these tasty gems we’re pleased to reveal.”
The restaurants include BB’s Filipino cuisine on Brock Ave.
“Start your morning or fire up your evening at this groovy Filipino diner bursting with colour and coolness. Brunch is a treat, featuring puffy-fried Adobo-marinated chicken paired with pineapple habanero hot sauce. The wonderfully sour braised pork loin soup will ward off the longest nights and the coldest winters. Dinner is a different speed. The kitchen trades in Japanese milkbread French toast for classic pancit with chili oil, chicken liver mousse and calamansi pie with orange blossom meringue,” Michelin says about BB’s.
Also added is Sunnys Chinese on Kensington Ave.
“Spicy, fiery, crispy, smoky — the high-wattage cooking is a total delight, as the kitchen pulls no punches at every possible junction. Tripe and beef shank coated in chili oil is a good start before launching into the charred silver needle noodles. Best of all might be the grilled chicken thigh coated in cumin, chili and pepper. To finish, the crispy Hong Kong French Toast with black sesame jam and oolong condensed milk short-circuits all manner of restraint.”
Tiflisi Central Asian cuisine on Queen St., E. also made the list.
“East of downtown Toronto in Beaches, the Pkhakadze family delivers some of the city’s best and brightest Georgian cooking. Portions are built to share, so bring a friend or two. Without question, this is hearty food, seasoned beautifully, prepared with care and radiating with all the comforts of home, wherever that may be,” the restaurant ranker says.
And finally, White Lily Diner, on Queen St., E.
“Old school diners are rare creatures these days, but ones that smoke their own bacon, make their own biscuits and donuts, bottle their own hot sauce and grow their own vegetables? Even rarer. Breakfast is the main draw, but guests are happy at any hour of the day. Verdant green salads, fantastic sandwiches on homemade bread, and a stunningly light hash brown make for a grand meal that gets all the details just right.”
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