Running east to west and located north of downtown, Bloor Street is a lengthy street that sees its fair share of all walks of life (suburbia to the west and highrises to the east). The most significant part of Bloor Street when it comes to the rumbling in your belly is located between the touch of green space at Christie Pits Park and the University of Toronto's St. George Campus, a stretch of about twenty blocks that encompasses both Koreatown and the epitome of inexpensive and delicious diner/cafe culture.
Buk Chang Dong Soon Tofu and Korean Village Restaurant both stand above the crowd of Korean restaurants between Christie and Bathurst. Coffee and breakfast fixes come fast and tasty at establishments like Insomnia (also a nightlife staple), Snakes & Lattes (access to literally thousands of board games), and Future Bakery (full of university students). Ice cream shops, fast food, poutine, and much more is available on this street packed with options.