Toronto Pearson International Airport

1 & 3

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The Toronto Experience begins in Terminals 1 and 3, redesigned for the modern eye to create iconic spaces and memorable dining and retail options for today’s passenger.

OTG brought together eight of the city’s most celebrated chefs to create restaurants that delight guests with seasonal cuisine farmed and sourced from the region. And with over 2,500 iPads deployed, passengers can customize and control the experience they want.

Dining Guide

Terminal 1


Paninin bar with a range of local inspired and seasonal options.


Soups, salads, sandwiches and baked goods from Toronto baker Devin Connell. Choose a healthy option like the “Detox Salad,” an all-day breakfast item or a decadent chocolate brownie paired with a coffee from local roaster Pilot Coffee. Vegetarian options.


Wiine bar with robust offering of items to pair.


Indian street food classics including vindaloos and chana masala.


Light fare including salads, wraps and panini.

CIBO Express Gourmet Market

From delicious, fresh and wholesome foods, to top-line health and wellness solutions, to singular gifts and leading edge tech — CIBO has every taste and need covered.


Grab a pint of local or international craft beer at this bar in Terminal 3 that offers a selection of 13 draft beers. Pair your drink with something from the menu, which offers a contemporary take on pub snacks, sandwiches, salads and pizzas.

Terminal 3

Nobel Burger Bar

Comfort-food focused offering consisting of a range of classic and inspired burgers.


A lively trattoria offering fresh-made Neapolitan-style pizza, pasta salads and antipasti. Try a Margherita, Marinara or Dolce Lucano pizza, fresh from the wood-burning oven, or mushroom angnolotti or casarecci pasta. Vegetarian options.


Light entrées and bakery items, made to order from local ingredients. Vegetarian options.


Wine bar with robust offering of items to pair.


Japanese fusion space that offers ramen, sushi, rice bowls, and plenty of small snacks.