Know Where To Go: Must-Try Spots at Toronto’s Assembly Chef’s Hall

Food & Drink

Located at 111 Richmond St W, The Assembly Chef’s Hall is a one-stop shop for foodies in the city. With cuisines from 17 of Toronto’s top chefs, locals are going to want to arrive with an empty stomach. Not sure what to taste? Our team curated a quick list of spots that you need to check out the next time you hit up the Assembly Chef’s Hall.

Short & Sweet Bakeshop

Founded in 2009 by Orli Levy, Short & Sweet bakeshop is a wonderland of sweets and baked goods. Using only the finest ingredients, these tasty treats are made with ingredients like pure vanilla, Belgian chocolate, fresh berries, and mouthwatering citrus fruits like oranges, lemons and limes.  If your sweet tooth is acting up you can come through and grab yourself a cupcake, cake, or one of their sweet sammies. It’s a sandwich made up of their baked-from-scratch cookies filled with a butter cream or cream cheese frosting.

The Good Son Pizza

For those that prefer something on the savoury side, then you might want to head over to The Good Son Pizza. These hand-tossed, made-to-order pizzas uses local and seasonal organic produce and hormone free and free range proteins. Their menu is made to reflect “the melting pot of cultures that has gentrified the Queen West neighbourhood in Toronto.” You’ll feel like a true local.



Looking for something to help you kickstart your health journey? Check out the Nutbar. The superfood snack joint offers a variety of healthy options that are bursting with flavour. Here, you’ll be able to grab smoothies, toast, bowls, snack balls and bars, and specialty drinks. Plus, you can post your food photos on your social feeds since everything on the menu is guaranteed to come out Instagrammable af.

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This neighbourhood favourite is the go-to for some good ol’ chicken.  Whether you want your chicken in a sandwich, poutine, or even in some roti, this chicken spot will take you to Flavourtown while infusing just a smidge of that Canadian style.  Chef Paul Marshall puts all of his passion and heart into these dishes and he can’t wait to serve you up a mean chicken sandwich.