Top 10 Lunches Under $10
You may be on a budget, but you get hungry like everybody else. We're all looking for something satisfying, something with some personality. If you're sick of eating the same bland lunch from your usual food court, here's a selection of unique, flavourful meal options for your lunchtime rotation, all under 10 bucks.
Marché (Brookfield Place, Bay Adelaide Centre) TorontoPATH MapTorontoPATH Map
For my money, Marché's selection of focaccia makes for one of the best lunches on the PATH
With new selections each day, Marché's focaccia offers unique flavour combinations and quality ingredients. Plenty of meats and vegetables grace each piece of freshly baked bread, making this quick meal one that's as healthy as it is tasty.
Sandwich Box (Royal Bank Plaza Food Court)
When visiting Sandwhich Box you can never go wrong with their signature box combo
A great level of customisation at Sandwhich Box ensures there's something for everyone. Hardy favourites like roast beef and succulent toppings like avacado and brie allow for endless combinations, and delicious soups and salads make a healthy addition for just a few dollars.
Petit Four (Commerce Court Food Court) TorontoPATH Map
Petite Four's selection of sandwiches and fresh bread can't be beat
An upscale bakery outfit that takes cues from its dine-in counterpart, Four, Petite Four serves up the salad and sandwich staples that dominate much of the PATH, but with an artisinal flare that is entirely its own.
Brick Street Bakery (First Canadian Place)
Brick Street Bakery is another great destination for freshly baked bread and deli style fare
Brick Street offers a well-balanced menu with options for calorie counters and sweet tooths alike. From savoury creations like lamb sandwiches or sheppard's pie, to tempting pastries and desserts, they definitely know how to do comfort food right.
Z-teca (Commerce Court) TorontoPATH Map
Z-teca has taken on the daunting task of releaving burrito cravings in the Commerce Court area
Preparing burritos in what has become the traditional Toronto fashion, Z-teca packs in all the beef, shrimp, rice, vegetables, beans, and anything else you might want for your very substantial, and deeply satisfying lunch.
Soup Nutsy (TD Centre, Richmond Adelaide Centre Food Court, Metro Centre Food Court)
You'll want to beat the crowds for your taste of Soup Nutsy's range of gourmet soups
Soup Nutsy's rotating menu makes for fresh choices every day. They offer everything from hearty beef stroganoff to a refreshing andalusian gazpacho, plus other vegetarian options, and each is served with two healthy sides, either bread, fruit, or vegetables.
Mio Express (Scotia Plaza)TorontoPATH Map
The grab & go Italian fare at Mio Ristobar's express counter is a hit in Scotia Plaza
At Mio Express, classic Italian dishes like paninis, pastas, and pizza are made with real ingredients, and respect for tradition. Plus, it's all grab & go, so getting a taste of a little authenticity doesn't have to mean clearing your schedule.
Amaya Express (FCP Food Court, Simcoe Place Food Court)
Serving flavourful Indian fare, Amaya Express is perfect for PATH-goers looking for some heat
Amaya express is one of the few locations in the PATH offering authentic Indian cuisine at a fair price. With generous portions and just the right amount of heat, it's ideal for lovers of East Indian cooking.
Fast Fresh Foods (Commerce Court, 145 King St W.)
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Fast Fresh Foods is home to some of the most popular salads on the PATH
Here salads are always fresh, and always made just the way you like them. Their unmatched selection of vegetables, fruits, nuts, cheeses, and meats ensures your lunch comes complete with all your favourites.
Freshwest Grill (TD Centre, Simcoe Place)TorontoPATH MapTorontoPATH Map
Freshwest Grill offers a different take on how to manage Toronto's burrito craze
While offering all the usual burrito fixings, these guys get extra points for offering soy and vegetarian options. Their "inside out burrito" and southwestern salad also make a perfect out-of-tortilla alternative.
Last updated on 7/21/2012 4:46:00 AM