7 Things to Eat at the St. Lawrence Market


Since it’s first market day in 1803, the St. Lawrence Market has been a beloved Saturday morning destination. With over 120 vendors, the options for good eats are endless. While the market is a great place to grab your fresh produce, artisan cheese, and meats for the week, there are tons of ready-to-go treats as well! It’s a good idea to refrain from eating before heading to the market so you can leave room for any spontaneous munchies that catch your eye. Here’s a look at 7 of the tastiest things you’ll find to eat at the St. Lawrence Market. 

Carousel Bakery’s Peameal on a Soft Bun


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Considered the city’s best peameal bacon sandwich, Carousel Bakery’s offering is perfect in its simplicity.

Buster’s Sea Cove’s Boston Blue Fish and Chips


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A delicious and classic favourite, Buster’s Sea Cove’s fish and chip plate is hailed as one of the tastiest plates in the market.

Churrasco of St. Lawrence’s Portuguese Tart


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If you’ve never had a Portuguese tart before, let us educate you. It is an eggy and sweet Portuguese dessert that is perfect for those who love subtle, yet rich treats!

Uno Mustachio’s Eggplant Parmigiana Sandwich 


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Eggplant parmigiana is an incredibly delicious Italian meal, but when you put it between a tasty Italian bun? The deliciousness is brought to a whole new level.

Cruda Cafe’s Raw Wraps


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For a lighter, but no less scrumptious option, Cruda Cafe is your best bet. With delicious salads and smoothies, you can get your healthy eats on, without sacrificing taste. Try their sun-dried tomato or enchilada wrap – you won’t be disappointed!

Raani Foods’ Tandoori Chicken Naan Pockets


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Invision a run-of-the-mill pizza pocket. Despite its basic quality, it’s still much beloved. Now, add a delicious and authentic Indian twist to it. Too good to be true, right? Wrong! Visit Raani Foods stall and enjoy in their tandoori chicken naan pockets or famous samosas.

Yianni’s Kitchen’s Breakfast Croissant


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Breakfast at the market is a must, and if you’re looking for a traditional spread then Yianni’s Kitchen is a great idea. They’ve got all the eggs and bacon your heart could desire and they serve it between a fresh and flakey croissant! What could be better?

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