In 1992, Terroni was one of the first trattorias to bring A-class Italian to Toronto. Fast-forward almost 4 decades, and it's still making some of the best Neapolitan-style pizzas in town. With two dozen pies on offer, there’s something for every taste (whether you like red or white, a classic Margherita, or loaded with toppings), which is why this kitchen has a strict no-substitutions policy. The house-made pastas never disappoint. Service is prompt, though this place is known for serving a little attitude with a side of arancini.