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  • Strictly Shanghainese restaurants are few and far between in and around the city — usually, the cuisine is fused with food from other regions of China like Szecuhuan or Taiwan. But for great Shanghainese food, head up to A La Kitchen for soup-filled dumplings and other classics like noodle dishes and braised meats.

  • asian legend

    Since its Chinatown location opened its doors in 1988, Asian Legend has spread across Toronto to give all diners a taste of northern Chinese dim sum and stir-fry. Their cooking motto is "northern flavours with a traditional style," which has allowed for its chefs, all from reputable dining locales in Taiwan and mainland China, to fine-tune the menu and bring diners dishes like the especially flavour-rich kung pao chicken.

  • Chinese Traditional Buns

    Chinese Traditional Bun is a hidden gem, tucked into a subterranean space in the midst of Chinatown’s cacophony. Don’t be deterred by the lackluster decor or the tables sheathed in trashy white plastic — this place knows its food. Buoyant dumplings and house-made noodles are created up front. In the back, against the dim of

  • I have been coming to this classic cart-service restaurant since the tables at the back were filled with old men holding chopsticks in one hand, a cigarette in the other. It hasn’t changed much. Large families with hyperactive children are still seated on the dais. There’s always a lineup after 11:30 a.m. on the weekend.

  • Dim Sum Queen

    If upscale dim sum is your game, look no further, Dim Sum Queen is the perfect spot for a traditional yum cha experience. Yum cha, or the Cantonese tradition involving brunch with Chinese tea and dim sum, is what Dim Sum Queen is serving up all day long. With fan favourites like har gow (shrimp

  • Dynasty

    Enjoy all varieties of authentic Chinese cuisine right in the heart of Yorkville with Dynasty. From dim sum to Sichuan orange peel flavours, Peking duck to General Tao’s chicken, oysters from the Atlantic or king crab legs from B.C., Dynasty is serving up everything Chinese in a luxe space tinted with cool purple lights. If,

  • Kwan

    The focus at Kwan North York is sharper than at Yonge and St. Clair — "dim sum all day, even at nighttime," Lui explains.

  • Kwan Dim Sum

    Kwan Dim Sum is not your average dim sum. Located a few steps north of the bustling Yonge and St. Clair intersection, Kwan has been serving everyone in this family neighbourhood its contemporary takes on classic dim sum and Cantonese entrees. Some of the inventive culinary highlights include steam buns filled with custard made to

  • Lai Wah Heen

    Lai Wah Heen can be found in the Metropolitan Hotel bustling with suits and tourists alike all looking for their dim sum fix. The fine dining experience sets this Chinese restaurant apart from the rest, as Lai Wah Heen’s dim sum is incorporated with premium ingredients and top-notch presentation. There is an option for prix

  • LoPan

    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

  • Located in Richmond Hill, The One Fusion Cuisine teaches us that joy can be found in a little brown box adorned with a dragon. This dim sum giant is offering customers traditional dishes with a modern flair. The establishment appears wedding-ready at all times, with tables decorated in intricate linens and lotus-shaped napkins. Chefs harmoniously