TORONTO — Four new chef-led concepts are landing at Toronto’s Pearson Airport, thanks to a dining program by OTG Management that has brought celebrity chefs and iPad menu ordering to the airport’s growing culinary program.
“The dining transformation is well underway at Toronto Pearson. We are so pleased to share our expanded culinary offering with our passengers in both terminals,” said Mike Ross, director of Commercial Development for the Greater Toronto Airports Authority (GTAA).
“A few years ago, we made a promise to deliver experiences that delight Toronto Pearson travellers. Each of these new restaurants offers something new to our passengers.”
In terminal three, Mark McEwan’s newly opened Nobel Burger Bar lets diners build their own custom burgers, while Rocco Agostino’s new Corso restaurant, which opens later this month, features traditional and modern Italian selections including fresh-made pastas, pizzas, salads and antipasti. A second location of Heirloom Bakery Café will open at the end of the month, offering baked goods, soups, salads and sandwiches. Finally, Vinifera, a new wine bar concept developed by chef Michael Coury and John Szabo, is slated to open later this month in terminal one.
The new concepts feature iPad ordering at every seat, with menus available in 20 languages.