Locally designed with the help of some of Toronto’s best street-style artists, La Carnita is the spot to enjoy delicious tacos, a handful of churros, run through a mixtape, and wash it all down with a fresh cocktail or beer. Our aim is to serve up a dynamic menu, and connect with the community through our love of art & music.
In the heart of Little Italy, we opened our very first “Westside” La Carnita. This location includes a small but sunny patio, spots to people-watch from, and comfortable booths for groups. Though Little Italy is home to many great spots, from here La Carnita was able to quickly become a Toronto staple. By offering an irresistible menu of delicious tacos, tostadas, and sharing plates, while creating a vibrant atmosphere, Westside has remained the place to be for the past seven years.
Great vibe, great food, and great service. Thank you.
The food is really good and well-priced. The staff is super friendly and helpful. Friday nights are very loud so it was difficult to hold conversations with our group but we’d go back for sure.
the food was very very good (i would recommend the tuna and guac taco and the nachos to start). great ambiance and nice servers. only complained about La Carnita is the lack of options and overpriced deserts. but otherwise amazing and would highly recommend!!!
Fantastic food, marguerites and service – would highly recommend!
Service was amazing and quick. Food and drinks were great. Overall outstanding experience. Will definitely go back 🙂
Cod tacos are great but we were charged cake cutting fee PER SLICE without any notice. We could have cut it our selves. They also do not do split bills which also sucks!
Overall, great! Went early on a Saturday night. Cod taco was amazing. Shrimp taco waaaaaaay to spicy. Music too loud. Service very good.
First time. Good experience. We will return. Order not tacos.
Food was excellent. A bit pricey considering it was tacos but it was delicious. Our server was attentive and friendly. I’d def go back.
The food and vibes are good. However, for the place where people suppose to socialize the music is too loud.