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Take a closer look at the food and restaurants at Pearson International Airport

Though some of Pearson’s new eateries leave much to be desired, there are also some standouts worthy of downtown dining

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Tiramisu and fresh fried fritelle, an Italian-style doughnut served with chocolate and whipped cream. From Massimo Capra’s Boccone Trattoria Veloce (Terminal 1, Domestic).

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Ramen noodle soup topped with pulled pork and Japanese fishcakes, seaweed and bamboo shoots at Acer from Toronto chef Guy Rubino (Terminal 3, International).

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A traditional spaghetti with veal and pork meatballs in homemade tomato sauce (foreground) and Margherita pizza (background) at Massimo Capra’s Boccone Trattoria Veloce (Terminal 1, Domestic).

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The clam chowder and grilled-cheese sandwich from the Heirloom Bakery Café (Terminal 1, International).

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Marathi, an Indian-style dining concept by Amaya’s Hemant Bhagwani in Toronto (Terminal 1, International).

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Corso has a gas-fired oven but the offerings were so-so: margherita pizza was excellent, the pasta mushy.

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