Souk Tabule

Inside Tabule’s new fast-casual spot in the Canary District

Souk Tabule never would have existed if it hadn’t been for one persistent real-estate company.

As the Pan Am Games were preparing to descend on what is now the Canary District, LiveWorkLearnPlay was thinking about what could move in once the Americas’ athletes left.

LWLP began courting some of the city’s boldface names in food and hospitality, and Tabule, the universally beloved Middle Eastern restaurant with locations in Leslieville and midtown, was one of them. (Others successfully brought on board for the area: Sukhothai and Tori’s Bakeshop.) Read More!


Souk Tabule is located in Toronto’s Corktown/Canary District neighborhood right next to Corktown Common. With several Tabule restaurant locations across Toronto already, Souk Tabule differs from the other locations with a more casual and quick-style of service.

The space is large, seating around 50-60 people with high ceilings, a flood of natural light, and pops of blue from the tiled coffee bar, and graphic wall paper in the back space communal seating. ~ allons y

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Photo credit: Isabelle