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  • 7 Baker

    At 7 Baker, European and Asian flavours come together to create totally unique and delectable baked goods. With traditional European bread and pastry recipes infused with Asian flavours, this bakery is unlike anything you’ve ever laid eyes on. The shiny space features gold finishings that make the bakery gleam from the outside. If the shiny

  • Named for its Michelin star–winning chef, Akira Back is a lavish Asian fusion restaurant that primarily pulls from Japanese and Korean cuisine.

  • The three men, Kenton Chan, Vincent Lau, and Thomas Wong, who brought Chatime to Toronto have now also given us our first taste of Bake Code, the popular Taiwanese bakery that fuses Asian and European influences.

  • This bubble tea brand originated in Taipei before opening locations across Asia, including Hong Kong and Malaysia. The success of the first Canadian Baroness Bubble Tea in Vancouver, which offered over 30 different drinks, led to the opening of the second location right here in Toronto. Although there’s no shortage of boboa in Toronto, what

  • Calling all sweet tooths! Thornhill café and bakery Cafe Login is serving espresso drinks, teas and cakes from Rahier Patisserie, as well as a macaron selection that changes every day, from its huge space. For exciting macaron flavours, think double cheese and red wine fig, and Cafe Login sells the discarded macaron cookie scraps in

  • Congee Queen is a multi-location Chinese food restaurant with six restaurants across the GTA. Its flagship store is located in Thornhill, although its most popular is in Mississauga at Dundas Street and Highway 427. Congee is a type of rice porridge which tends to be served alongside protein and other side dishes. At Congee Queen,

  • Chef Nick Liu, the genius behind the critically lauded DaiLo takes his inspiration from classic dishes and ingredients and adds creative twists. Located in Little Italy, the restaurant has garnered rave reviews since opening in 2014. Following in the French tradition, Liu riffs on Chinese-Canadian classics, remixing them, combining different textures and flavours for a

  • In opening their new bar, Food and Liquor, owners Vincent Ng (Victor), Nigel French (Campagnolo) and Ginny Tam managed to overhaul Poor John’s Cafe in a mere two weeks. The triplet transformed the Parkdale stalwart from unfussy day venue into an unpretentious (but polished) evening destination. They muted the colour scheme, opened the space up a bit and installed a walnut bar that seats seven.

  • This Ossington staple is a perfect example of Toronto’s love for anything and everything Asian fusion. With an extensive wine list and love of pan-Asian cuisine, owner and head chef Tom Thai opened Foxley in 2007, naming it after the adjoining Foxley Street on Ossington Avenue. Working closely with his brother and childhood friend, Thai

  • People have been traveling north of Steeles in search of top-tier Chinese and Korean food for ages. But with Frilu, a tasting menu restaurant founded by Chef John-Vincent Troiano (formerly Acadia, Tutti Matti, Hashimoto), there's a new reason to go uptown.

  • It’s a one-stop shop at Go Place – in the truest sense of the word. The spa offers an array of massages, a bath house, mani/pedi services, and saunas and thermal rooms, but it also has a late-night restaurant built into it. Inside, it serves up Asian favourites including dim sum, fresh oysters and fried

  • Deep in the midst of the Skycity Shopping Centre, a dessert oasis awaits. Golden Bubbles is a dessert spot specializing in the Hong Kong egg waffle street food delicacy. You’ve seen these guys before: a waffle with spherical protrusions of crispy, doughy goodness. Fold the waffle and stick the end in a cone so that

  • The first North American outpost of the Taiwanese bakery chain, Hazukido specializes in expertly-executed croissants. There are dozens of sweet and savoury flavours available, ranging from hazelnut chocolate to salted egg york and cod roe. High-quality ingredients and a meticulous, 72-hour baking process yield croissants with a light, honeycomb-shaped interior and slight exterior crispiness. An

  • This no-frills Chinatown bakery offers an array of traditional baked goods, from sesame balls to egg tarts. Most pastries are displayed in a self-service area, where customers can pick their own items and then pay at the front counter. Hong Kong Island Bakery’s prices are rock-bottom, with many baked goods available for less than $1.

  • iBake is a bright, modern bakery specializing in desserts and baked goods that marry European and Asian pastry techniques and flavours. Located in North York, the bakery offers an array of sweets that are baked fresh each day, including whole 8-inch cakes in varieties ranging from Japanese matcha to Black Forest. They also offer Hong

  • One part Toronto-based couple, one part Italian gelato and one part Asian-influenced flavours is the makeup of Kekou Gelato House. This downtown spot is serving up gelato, Popsicles, and beverages inspired by the popular and hidden flavours of Asia. The gelato base is made from scratch, using the simplest of ingredients — egg yolk, milk,

  • This artisanal cheese boutique has its roots planted back in Singapore. Kiss My Pans is all about tasting good and looking good, with a unique selection of delights aesthetically placed on various cheese boards. In addition to unique and exotic cheeses, the Little Italy boutique sells butter-roasted coffee from Singapore, freshly baked breads, and delicious

  • Going away? Coming home? Let Susur Lee be right there with you. The things that make Chef Lee great, like his cheeseburger spring rolls and Top Chef Green Curry Chicken, are certainly on the menu, alongside dim sum, mango salad and shrimp wonton soup. It’s the perfect way to start a vacation, and you’re sure

  • Chef John Tan uses his understanding of Asian flavours and dedication to picking the freshest ingredients at Lime Asian Kitchen to create dishes from the many distinct regions of Asia. Lime Asian Kitchen’s menu includes Thai curries, Cantonese chow mein, Shanghai noodles, Vietnamese wonton soup and Malaysian grilled chicken. Take your palate on a tour

  • LoPan is DaiLo’s upstairs dim sum and cocktail bar. The Little Italy restaurant DaiLo became an overnight success in Toronto. Its predominantly Cantonese fare cooked with traditional French techniques, was idolized by critics and chefs from all over the country. LoPan, a smaller and more intimate space, is a snack bar made for an either