St. Lawrence Market, in 1845, there are ten markets in the world. Do you want to hear the truth? Have you ever been to the Canton-Tibet Market in Korea? There is also a big market for water sources. Needless to say, every place has its own characteristics. There is a greenhouse beside the market. Local old farmers sell things they grow. Potatoes, potatoes of all kinds. The foreigners are very simple.
St. Lawrence Market is a famous scenic spot in Toronto. Not only tourists like to punch in, but also many Toronto locals will come here to buy. There are many fresh meat, seafood, fruits and vegetables in the market. The price is fair, so you can buy them and eat them on the spot.
Shopping in the Lawrence market is where you want to buy everything and enjoy the local atmosphere. Very addictive!!
St. Lawrence Market is a market that integrates shopping, eating and buying. Tourists can buy good seafood here and let the stall cook well for you and enjoy it. We bought salmon, lobster, oyster and other seafood under the leadership of the local people. After eating a round, we felt quite addicted. We bought seafood that felt good after eating. It was delicious, with a per capita of 90 Canadian dollars. There are also Canadian refrigerator stickers, maple sugar and other Canadian gifts. There are also people who buy daily necessities.
Founded in 1803, the market was ranked the first in the global food market. There is a dazzling array of food in it.
Big love! Weekend Antique Fair! Shopping, eating, shopping and eating!
St. Lawrence Market is a vegetable market in Toronto. Compared with our domestic market, it can be said that it is quite clean and tidy. There is no odor. All kinds of fruits and vegetables and seafood look very fresh. If you live in an apartment, you can buy them to cook for yourself.
While traveling in Toronto, Canada, we visited the famous food market, St. Lawrence Market, but it's a pity that we didn't know why we didn't open that day. Although we went in and saw it, nobody did business. It looks like other Canadian indoor markets. We must go there again next time we have a chance.