For those hungry to head around the world within FCP and Exchange Tower, you just have to ask yourself one question: Where do you want to go today?
Jimmy Antonopoulos immigrated to Canada from Nafplio, Greece back in 1963. After delighting First Canadian Place diners with his Epikourion restaurant decades ago, he spun that success into national franchise Jimmy the Greek. Head there today for a taste of the Mediterranean.
Maman opened its second North American location in Toronto two years ago—the first was in NYC—and French food enthusiasts agree that chef Armand Arnal’s family-inspired recipes will make you feel like a tourist in your own city.
Step into the Land of the Rising Sun when you order lunch from Sushi Shop, which has an assortment of freshly-made grab-and-go rolls and sashimi, but also a range of other specialities like Tartare, Hako Sushi Pizza and Temari sushi balls.
For the last 10 years, Amaya has been delighting Toronto diners with the flavourful dishes of India. At FCP & Exchange Tower’s Amaya Express takeout counter, you can choose from a variety of curries in their hot boxes, wraps, plates and more.
At Mucho Burrito, the question isn’t whether you’re in the mood for a burrito, but how much burrito are you in the mood for—available in three sizes, the biggest is over 1.5 pounds! For those who want some crunch, enjoy a Taco Trio or go for the Taqueria Salad in an edible bowl.
An authentic source of cuisine from The Boot, Piazza Manna today is the result of a long history of Italian cooking. The Manna family immigrated to Canada starting in the 1940’s and have been serving up delicious sauces, meatballs and pizzas in FCP & Exchange Tower since 1982.