Enjoy meals for just $10 at Toronto’s massive Asian food festival

Attention food enthusiasts: Get ready for an epic Asian food fest coming to Toronto this weekend! With meals starting at just $10, you can savour some truly amazing eats.

AsialiciousTO is making its return from September 16 until October 1, and is known to be Toronto’s premiere celebration of Asian cuisine, spotlighting the rich flavours of the world’s largest continent. Foodies can explore offerings from more than 100 participating venues.

Inspired by Summerlicious and Winterlicious, this two week event will include an array of mouthwatering cuisines like Thai and Japanese with prix fixe menus prices at either $10, $20, $30 and $40, making it an accessible experience for all.

Asialicious participant Ramen Mislay

Some of this year’s vendors include Bar’Kada, Casa Manila, Hawker, Desi Burger, House of Gourmet, Sarang Kitchen and The Cottage Cheese.

You can also swing by the Asialicious Carnival, part of the Asialicious celebration and this year’s event will have a Japanese theme.

This year’s event promises to be packed with entertainment, performance and of course, delicious food that will showcase the diversity of Asian cuisine and culture.  The featured performer is Toronto’s very own The Hurricane Band, while food vendors include Stinky Tofu, La Paisa, Muzi Dessert Gallery and Eats Manila.


Organzied by the Federation of Asian Canadians (FACT) and funded by the City of Toronto, the initiative is committed to fostering cross-cultural appreciation and community involvement, all while nurturing the continued growth of Toronto’s vibrant Asian culinary landscape.

The Asialicious Carnival will take place in the southern parking are of Woodside Square Mall, located at 1571 Sandhurst Circle in Scarborough.

For information regarding the festival’s schedule and participating venues, click here.