The St Lawrence Market lies in the eastern part of the center of Toronto, west of the Lower Jarvis Street.
From 1845-1899 it was used as Toronto City Hall, today it is a paradise for gourmets.
Clean and well-ordered culinary delicacies from all over the world enrich the shopping basket.
From fresh fruit and vegetables over sausage and cheese specialties to Canadian lobster and caviar, everything is available.
The staff and also the visitors with their friendly Canadian mentality are always open for a short conversation.
This makes the strolling through the halls of the St Lawrence Market to a special experience.
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