The busiest airport in Canada hosts tens of millions of flyers every single year. And with well over a thousand flights departing a day and a lot of walking to do in the airport, this all mounts up to a large number of hungry passengers hoping to grab something to eat as they wait for their flight.
The Toronto Pearson International Airport accommodates for everyone when it comes to food choices. All of those following dietary restrictions for personal, health, moral, or religious reasons can find appropriate food choices for themselves at the YYZ Airport!
Where to eat at the YYZ Airport?
Generally, different cafes and restaurants can be found in each terminal (Terminal 1 and Terminal 3), with some overlap, as some chains have more than one location in the airport.
The following is a brief overview of what you can expect to find at the YYZ Airport:
A&W – Terminal 1
Subway – Terminal 1
Wendy’s – Terminal 3
Acer (Japanese) – Terminal 3
Bento Sushi (Japanese) – Terminal 1
Healthy and vegan/vegetarian friendly options:
Apropos – Terminal 1
Banh Shop – Terminal 1
Booster Juice – Terminal 1 and Terminal 3
Camden Food Company – Terminal 1
Farmer’s Market – Terminal 1
Freshii – Terminal 3
Archeo Pizzeria – Terminal 3
Boccone Pronto – Terminal 1
Boccone Trattoria by Massimo Capra – Terminal 1
Corso Pizza and Pasta
El Catrin Taqueria – Terminal 3
Carlo’s Bakery Cake ATM – Terminal 1 and Terminal 3
Additionally, food options such as snacks and pre-packaged sandwiches can also be found at the several convenience stores around the YYZ Airport. On top of that, the luxurious and scrumptious buffets offered at the many lounges of the Toronto International Airport deserve their own honorable mention.
For a full and comprehensive list of all the restaurants and cafes available at the YYZ Airport, click here.
For a clearer list of restaurants and cafes at the YYZ Airport based on which terminal they can be found in, press here.