Known in the 1930s as the Jewish Market, Kensington today is an awesome display of the city's multi-ethnicity. Here you ... More
Known in the 1930s as the Jewish Market, Kensington today is an awesome display of the city's multi-ethnicity. Here you will find shops packed with products from Europe, Middle East, South America, the Caribbean, Africa and Asia and you will hear dozens of languages spoken. A visit to this market is like taking a trip around the world! With more than 100 shops in all selling everything from second-hand clothing to fresh produce, from exotic pastries to art objects and furniture, you won't go away empty-handed.
This place is cool. If you need to find something different looking aside from all the high rises, this is the place to go. Lots of things to try from many countries from food to cultural goods. It was very busy when I went during the weekend. Lots of vintage goods can be found at this market.
I toured the market quite quickly and didn't really get to sit down and enjoy the food. But I'm a resident of Toronto, and I'm sure alot of people love this place, but it was just average for me, since I didn't get to goto a cafe and I'm not into vintage items. But it was cool and different.
Masses of fun and very different from all the boring mainstream bars. Warm and welcoming,great interior style, brilliant live gigs and a good crowd of locals. Can't praise it enough - it was so good it made me consider emigrating to Toronto!
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