Top 1% of restaurants in Toronto
8 / 10

6 expert reviews

“Despite its pejorative name, Terroni (Italian for 'bloody southerners') manages to attract countrymen in their droves.”

– Time Out

Fodor's Fodor's
"Open shelving lined with Italian provisions decorates this cool pizza joint, but it's the thin-crust pies, bubbled and blistered to perfection and the generous panini, that keep diners coming." Full review
Frommer's Frommer's
"This was Toronto's first serious venture into true Southern Italian pizza." Full review
Zagat Zagat
""Homestyle" Italian fare "enhanced with mouth-watering flavours" plus "fabulous" "thin, crusty" pizzas all at moderate prices." Full review
BlackBook BlackBook
"The swankiest out of its 4 locations, Terroni has raised the bar from what the former Courthouse once was."
The Infatuation The Infatuation
"This Italian place is best with a group so you can try as many of the pizzas and pastas as possible. Food here, like the truffle pizza and duck confit ravioli, is good and, importantly, consistent " Full review
Just make sure you take note: Terroni takes ‘no substitutions’ very seriously, so maybe don’t bring that other friend who always asks to ‘hold the’ everything.