Torontonians are rightly proud of the multicultural nature of their city, not least because it has created an excellent food scene. Toronto boasts over 8,000 restaurant meaning that the (enviable) problem in Toronto isn’t finding somewhere good to eat, it’s whittling the decision down from a choice of hundreds! Some things are straightforward: head to Little Italy, Greektown, Koreatown, Chinatown, Little India or Little Portugal if you know which cuisine you desire. All these neighbourhoods are packed with authentic dishes, as well as culture and music. Cabbagetown, Baldwin Village, and Queen Street East all offer a high density of places to eat in a small area. Coffee lovers will be in heaven in Toronto: the city is powered on caffeine and there is a cafe serving a decent brew on every block. When night falls, head to Clubland on Queen Street, for a huge number of pubs and late night bars. For a more chilled out evening, neighbourhoods such as Parkdale and Queen West offer a nice mix of music venues, bars and late night eateries.