Toronto is renowned for the multicultural influences throughout its neighborhoods. With three Chinatowns, two versions of Little Italy, Korea Town, and a smattering of cuisines from Latin American in Kensington Market to Ethiopian on Queen West, you won’t be famished for choice. Canadian cuisine extends beyond poutine. Canoe is famous for haute Canadian cuisine with views to match. Bannock, at the Bay department store, is a runner-up. A new breed of chef is spurring innovation with restaurants like Black Hoof, Bar Isabel, and Chantecler. Markets come to life in every neighborhood on the weekends. The most famous is the historic St. Lawrence Market, flush with fresh produce and eating options, including the famous peameal bacon sandwich from Carousel Bakery.