Meet Toronto's Most Massive Meals!

Check out these fun, oversized, instagram ready dishes!

By Jessica Dennie May 29, 2021

From massive cannolis to what is said to be the world's largest pho bowl, you can find all sorts of super-sized dishes in the city.

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The Big Cannoli

Price: $30 for the shell, $2.50 per cannoli inside
Address: 28 Roytec Rd., Unit 11, Vaughan, ON
Why You Need To Try It: This mammoth cannoli comes stuffed with smaller cannolis, and it's like an endless feast of dessert.

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The Rolling Pin

Price: $50+
Address: 1970 Avenue Rd., Toronto, ON
Why You Need To Try It: This is one donut you won't be able to finish on your own. You can get huge donut cakes at this bakery in flavours like creme brûlée and Nutella bomb.

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Lamanna's Bakery

Price: $26 +
Address: 6758 Kingston Rd., Scarborough, ON
Why You Need To Try It: This Italian bakery is known for its outrageous pizza slices, which are so big they could feed a family. You can get all sorts of toppings, including donuts and churros.

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Yu Garden

Price: $7.99+
Address: 8750 Bayview Ave
Why You Need To Try It: They may seem comparatively smaller than everything else on this list but in relation to the size of a regular dumpling, the steamed buns from this Richmond Hill spot are huge. Use the straw to drink the soup inside and leave the shell untouched

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Petit Potato

Price: $18.99
Address: Multiple locations
Why You Need To Try It: These massive stacks of toast are topped with delicious treats like Oreos and strawberries, and they look almost too good to eat.


Ginger Pho

Price: $54.95
Address: 2590 Weston Rd., North York, ON
Why You Need To Try It: This restaurant claims it has the "world's largest bowl of pho," and it's absolutely enormous. The 16-inch bowl is available for dine-in only.

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Geste Croissanterie

Price: $40
Address: 1183 Dundas St. W., Toronto, ON
Why You Need To Try It: You can get a super-sized croissant weighing about 400 grams from this French bakery. You can even choose the filling and chocolate glaze.

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The Bullger

Price: $200
Address: Multiple locations
Why You Need To Try It: This jaw-dropping burger is over 60 ounces and serves more than 10 people. It's available for dine-in only since it's way too big to deliver, and reservations must be booked in advance.