6 Really Weird Looking Yet Surprisingly Delicious Food Items You Can Find In The GTA

Chefs across the 6ix have gotten extra creative with their unique dishes that set a high precedent for weird foods that you can find in the city and enjoy.

Here are six weird, but super delicious, foods that will take your tastebuds on an unforgettable journey.

1. Sushi Burrito at Square Fish

Let the good times roll and try this fusion burrito that’s jam-packed with awesomely seasoned veggies and meat. Dip the edge in some soy sauce and wasabi, take a bite, and thank me later.

2. X-Rated Shaped Waffle at Members Only Waffle House

These x-rated waffles come in multiple flavours including Plain Johnson, Founding Member, and the VIP. The most popular flavour is their Founding Member which comes dipped in traditional Belgian milk or ruby chocolate. It comes with a drizzle of white chocolate on top, which looks questionable, to say the least.

3. Big Birthday Slice at Lamanna’s Bakery

Dairy Queen has nothing on this unique dessert which is literally a huge pizza slice topped with multiple, smaller cake slices. Do yourself a favour and try it out for your next celebration. It’s perfect to share, and an all-time customer fave. Just try not to think about pizza while you eat this.

4. Blueberry Infused Grilled Cheese at Stuff’D Grilled Cheese & Tots

This mysterious-looking sandwich is called the Purple Haze. It oozes with savoury purple cheese and blueberry chunks, which create the perfect texture to contrast the crunchy toast.

5. Fried Chicken Cone at Cluck Clucks

If you thought wafer cones were just for ice cream, you’re wrong. These fried chicken cones are filled with super juicy, marinated meat that drips down to the very pit of the cone, making each bite just as good as the first.

6. Nutella Fries with Ice Cream at Holy Chuck Burgers

Fries are generally used in savoury dishes, but this weird and totally sweet treat is definitely one for the books! The fries are cooked to crispy perfection, topped with warm Nutella sauce, powdered sugar, and a generous amount of vanilla ice cream.

Manisha Singh

Manisha is a freelance writer and journalist who is passionate about connecting audiences through reporting diverse stories.
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