Big Mamma's Boy
- cabbagetown, downtown, toronto east
- eat, dine, dinner, delivery, drink
- Venue type:
- restaurant, bar
- laid back, chic, casual, healthy, patio
- gluten free, contemporary, organic, pizza, locally grown
- casual, easy listening
Drink $6.50 – $8.00
Meal $102 – $140
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Big Mamma's Boy
554 Parliament Street
Toronto, ON M4X 1P6
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According to the owner:
Nestled in a historic Victorian home in Cabbagetown is one of the city’s best kept secrets…Big Mamma’s Boy. This charming restaurant features homemade food that supports local farmers, meaning almost everything served in naturally raised or organic. Say hello to your new hotspot!
Step inside this cozy joint and you’ll immediately feel at home. Chandeliers, a burning fireplace, a comfy patio, and a large upstairs lounge complete the homey feeling. On the menu, discover made from scratch Italian delicacies that focus on organic meats, vegetables and dairy products. The apps menu boasts organic leafy salads with a twist. The house salad becomes exotic when loaded with seaweed, broccoli, and carrots topped with pomegranate vinaigrette. The Manitoba farmer’s sausages, served with sweet hot Russian mustard and goat cheese, and the naturally raised beef meatballs (topped with homemade organic tomato sauce) are phenomenal.
Bring an appetite because Big Mamma’s entrees are, well, big. On the small but selective dinner menu, discover vegetable-loaded beef lasagna, mouthwatering cabbage rolls, and a handful of gourmet pasta dishes. Regulars can’t stop raving about the slow-cooked ribs that are smoked for five days, and then basked in homemade maple, peach, and chipotle BBQ sauce. If that doesn’t catch your fancy then the gourmet pizzas will. On Friday and Saturday nights, this joint is loaded with regulars who come to enjoy a decadent topped pizza with their pals. Among the standouts is the signature big Mamma (grilled chicken, goat’s cheese, pesto, artichoke hearts, and sun dried tomatoes) and the Canadian beaver (pepperoni, bacon, double cheese, button mushrooms, and Spanish onions).