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NishDish

Toronto

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31 December 2019

Small and cozy place, friendly service. I had the venison breakfast wraps (tacos) that came on blue corn tortillas. They also have boar breakfast wraps/sandwiches, and elk chili available.

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24 November 2019

Great food. Very tasty.

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17 November 2019

Delicious!

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13 November 2019

Ordered a breakfast sandwich with venison and a sweet grass tea. Absolutely delicious. Staff was very helpful as it was my first time visiting. Will definitely check it out next time I'm in Toronto again. More...

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10 November 2019

Food was excellent! Had never tasted this cuisine and I’m very glad I stopped in. The venison sausage was delicious.

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10 November 2019

The food was very tasty! loved it!

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3 November 2019

Awesome food and very nice people running the place. We’re definitely coming back

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7 October 2019

Probably the best omelette I've ever had!

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6 October 2019

This small restaurant on Bloor West serves all-day Aboriginal (Anishnawbe)-style breakfast. The menu is small but the dishes are really delicious and well done. The veggie omelette is filled with wild rice, grilled mixed veggies (including peppers and zucchini), and black beans. It's very hearty and comes served with side salad.The Breakfast Plate comes with 2 eggs (any style you wish), salad with wild blueberry vinaigrette, wild rice mixed with veggies (super good), and choice of bannock or cornbread.The Sisters Stew is on the sweet side. Drink selection includes sweetgrass tea and Mohawk roasted coffee.Great brunch place serving traditional Indigenous food with healthy ingredients, but sometimes open time is later than the stated open time on the window. More...

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25 September 2019

The most exceptional breakfast in Toronto

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25 September 2019

Great service and delicious and healthy local food!

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18 September 2019

Fresh & delicious food. Tasty bison sausage with wild rice and salad. Was treated to an appetizer of salmon cornbread too, so very good.

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11 September 2019

Awesome food. Good coffee. Great vibes. Polite staff. All while supporting an indigenous business. 10/10!

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8 September 2019

I love coming here, and always feel welcomed and at home. Taking home some bison sausage allows me to eat NishDish without leaving my house! Don't sleep on eating here :)

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8 September 2019

Sweetgrass ice tea and elk stew were amazing! Service was fantastic. Will most definitely be back.

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2 September 2019

I had the duck leg and it was amazing!The rice that comes with it might be the best rice that I have ever tried.This is an amazing place and I wish them all the best.

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2 September 2019

Amazing bison sausage

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2 September 2019

I work here lol

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31 August 2019

This is my favourite Indigenous restaurant in Toronto. The food is great, and the sweet grass tea is delicious. The owner and staffs are very friendly, we felt so welcomed!

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30 August 2019

This place was amazing! We were visiting the MTA from the states and wanted to check out this place from social media chatter we had seen. The menu was really good and had decent options for all types of diets. Ambiance is super cozy and the staff were super friendly & helpful with explaining menu items. The seating can be cozy if you are there during a busy time, but dont let that deter you. The sweet grass and cedar teas were really good w/ a unique flavor and caffeine free, so the kids also enjoyed it. They also have a small amount of First Nations made art & grocery items for sale and we did not pass on taking home some locally harvested maple syrup made by the Giizihigat Maple Co and coffee roasted by Moccasin Jo, a regional Mohawk owned company. A truly delicious and unique experience! If/when I am in the MTA again, 100% chance I will come back. Definitely worth checking this place out and supporting First Nations folks...their tagline says it all "NishDish: Your Friendly Neighbour Since Always" More...

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26 August 2019

Really awesome breakfast sausage plate, good tasting food that doesn't leave you losgy afterward. Great people and great food make this a great place to go

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19 August 2019

So delicious and the staff is very friendly. Huge portions for reasonable prices too.

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19 August 2019

Friendly and great coffee... plus pumpkin fry bread and a pleasant spot to sit

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12 August 2019

Thank you chef, I was really impress and enjoyed my meal..

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9 August 2019

Great little place. Was there with my wife the other day she just loved it.

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25 July 2019

honest Nish food with fresh cedar tea. food that feeds your soul.

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9 July 2019

awesome

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9 July 2019

Good assortment of Canadian indigenous food. The menu isn't big, but quality was excellent. The guy at counter is very friendly.

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9 June 2019

So good!

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9 June 2019

Lovely, lovely

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9 June 2019

Traditional Indigenous food cooked excellently. I had bison sausage, my wife had the elk chili, and my sister and niece had the arctic char. We loved the hell out of all our dishes. Don't forget the bannock! More...

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9 June 2019

Exceptional food and service, also a great business/community to support. Expect a bit of a wait for food during peak times as it's a small kitchen but very much worth it. Many thanks!

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9 June 2019

Amazing brunch. High quality ingredients and lots of vegetarian, vegan, and naturally gluten free options.

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9 May 2019

Breakfast here is delicious, fresh and clearly made with care. Looking forward to trying the lunch and dinner offerings in the future :)

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9 May 2019

Wanderes in to this little gem today. The food was delicious, fresh and full of flavor. The chef and server were so very friendly and welcoming - and offered us a taste of the venison stew he was cooking up, as we were leaving. Just wonderful! We will definitely go back, so glad we found them More...

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9 May 2019

Great food, fantastic people.

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9 May 2019

I had the bison sausage plate and it was delicious. The food was fresh and colourful, and the flavours all complemented each other so well, I'm still thinking about the wild rice :3. I'm definitely going back to try something else on the menu soon! More...

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19 April 2019

Nish Dish catered a workshop that I was at recently.  Our group was about 100 people in size.We all felt full, not bloated.  Comfortably full, after one dish.We were open to having a bit more to eat, but there was only a bit left.  Nish Dish made the right amount of food for us all!I'm more vegetarian than any other category, and was so grateful for their wild rice dish, served with 3-sister stew, and a side salad.  Maybe the food was made with kindness - I actually felt more relaxed and at peace after eating the lunch served.They offered two kinds of dessert, a gluten free chocolate cake that was tasty (as was pretty much everything), and a blueberry crumble.Another highlight was the sweetgrass tea.  Warm, non-caffeinated.  It was a pleasure to increase my fluid intake through their sweetgrass tea.The chef and owner, Joel, surprised me - by not only specializing in the food that he makes, but also by leading a morning walk with us and sharing aboriginal stories and insight with a group of us.  Fully knowledgeable, and his intentions behind having Nish Dish are genuine and he's gained my respect.---For non-veg people out there, elk sausage and venison? stew was also served. More...

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9 April 2019

The food at NishDish was delicious, wholesome and delightful, but even more delightful was the service. The staff was very polite, and didn't rush us even though we stayed past closing. We tried their corn soup with duck and the The Sisters Soup, which had no fussy ingredients, but were fresh and packed with flavour. The 13 moon calendar on the ceiling was the high point (pun intended) of the experience for me. More...

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9 April 2019

I always recommend this place to others for their delicious food. I’m surprised and disappointed that this cuisine is not more popular in Toronto, but very happy that to have found NishDish! The interior is cozy and relaxing, and the times I’ve been here, it’s been quiet.Their salad is so fresh and delicious, and I haven’t had anything bad here thus far.The staff are friendly and helpful when it comes to deciding what to eat and recommending food. More...

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9 April 2019

This is a wonderful little nook inspired by Native Indian cuisine. From the cedar tea, and coffee the flavours are all genuine and delicious. If your lucky enough to get a spot then sit back and enjoy. It's a fresh and thoughtful experience than I enjoy coming back to. You can't go wrong wild boar bacon and or sausage breakfast. More...

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9 April 2019

Went with a group of 6 and a toddler. The elk burger was really tasty, and came on bannock that was so tasty and not super dry. Other people in the group got the stee which they loved, and the venison sausage plate. The owner was very friendly and happy to chat and tell us about the restaurant and other things they are involved in with the community. More...

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9 April 2019

Came here for lunch with my partner to celebrate our 1 year anniversary. The chef really involves himself in your food experience, coming over to ask how it is and talking to customers as he’s cooking. Such a great little spot. Nothing beats authentic Indigenous Canadian food. The bison stew was AMAZING and that salad dressing...!! will come back for sure when I’m on west end Bloor. More...

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9 April 2019

Great food, not so great environment. Wonderful people!

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9 March 2019

Love it

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9 March 2019

Warm and welcoming little restaurant with delicious, authentic food. The staff are knowledgeable and are happy to recommend menu items that fit your needs. And they offer many gluten free options! You can also purchase art made by local Indigenous artists here. Will definitely be coming back! More...

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9 March 2019

Excellent food . Great atmosphere. Friendly staff.

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