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The Best Gnocchi in Toronto

The Best Gnocchi in Toronto

The Best Gnocchi in Toronto

Pasta comes in all shapes and sizes, and gnocchi is the perfect representation of that. These small Italian-style dumplings are often called potato dumplings, as the traditional gnocchi consists of potatoes, flour and eggs. However, like most regions in Italy and some restaurants in Toronto, there are always variations when it comes to the composition of these soft and pillowy pockets of goodness. Paired with a flavourful sauce such as a classic tomato sauce or a rich cream sauce, gnocchi is sure to satisfy any of your pasta cravings.

Here are our picks for some of the best gnocchi in Toronto.

9

1351 St Clair Ave W

Agio

Agio

Owned and operated by Korean chef, Marino, this hidden gem for Italian food serves up some of the best gnocchi in Toronto. It’s soft, pillowy and has a silky-smooth texture.

4

111 Richmond St W

Resto Boemo

Resto Boemo

It’s hard to figure out what to eat at Assembly Chef’s Hall with all the mouthwatering food options available. One dish you must get, however, is the gnocchi at this Canadian comfort food stall. It’s so good that it even beat Bobby Flay’s gnocchi!

3

163 Spadina Ave 1st Floor

Aloette

Aloette

Everyone knows that the lemon meringue pie at this French restaurant is out of this world, but what they don’t know is that their potato gnocchi is just as good. It's made with sweet potato, bacon, sage and chestnut. A rotating feature on the menu but something to always keep an eye out for!

The Best Gnocchi in Toronto

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The Best Gnocchi in Toronto

Shania & Peony Wong

Shania & Peony Wong

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Pasta comes in all shapes and sizes, and gnocchi is the perfect representation of that. These small Italian-style dumplings are often called potato dumplings, as the traditional gnocchi consists of potatoes, flour and eggs. However, like most regions in Italy and some restaurants in Toronto, there are always variations when it comes to the composition of these soft and pillowy pockets of goodness. Paired with a flavourful sauce such as a classic tomato sauce or a rich cream sauce, gnocchi is sure to satisfy any of your pasta cravings.

Here are our picks for some of the best gnocchi in Toronto.