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  • 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.

  • Bolan Thai Cuisine uses nutritious and healthy herbs along with flavourful spices to create the dazzling array of exotic tastes that make Thai cuisine so unique. The venue is cosy and eclectic, and the menu features Thai staples, like green and red curries, as well as chicken satays.

  • The authentic Chinese restaurant with a French name, C’est Bon, has been not just a staple, but a favourite of midtown for over a decade. The founding Chen family comes from a French Taiwanese background, hence the name and cuisine of the restaurant. Most of the menu is made up of classic Szechuan dishes, like

  • Since the dim sum downtown has sunk in a slough of grease, dumpling-seeking Sinophiles have few alternatives. At first glance, Casa Imperial is an unlikely candidate: a baroque mansion loaded with gargantuan crystal chandeliers, ersatz British hunting scenes and musty brocaded draperies. It’s about as Chinese-looking as Casa Loma, but the dim sum is quite

  • This popular restaurant is an ode to classic Filipino food, which is a melange of the various culinary cultures that have made their mark on the Philippines, including Spanish, Chinese and American. Casa Manila offers dine in and takeout and all-you-can-eat buffets as well as a full pig roast. Casa Manila also strives to bring

  • Charidise is a gourmet Taiwanese-inspired lunch spot feeding students and professionals alike in the Baldwin village. “Cha” means “tea” in Mandarin, and in tandem with the notion of “paradise,” you get the picture of what this restaurant strives to be. With many options of loose leaf tea, bubble tea and everything in between, Charidise lives

  • With over 20 years of experience, Chef Kareema is not new to Toronto’s restaurant scene. She uses Caribbean and North American flavours to put a unique taste on all her culinary creations. Alongside barbecue chicken, sautéed portobello mushrooms, and beef ribs, the menu at this Dundas Street restaurant include Caribbean classics like the oxtail and

  • Located at the Golden Square Centre in Mississauga, Chi’s Congee and Noodle House offers both of its namesakes as well as wonton soup, dumplings, sweet and sour pork and other Chinese food favourites. The congee, which is a rice porridge popular in many Asian countries, is served in many variations including chicken and duck, shrimp,

  • This week’s cheap eat is all the way up at Metro Square in Markham. As a teenager, there were many late nights spent here, upstairs in the arcade (when smoking inside was still allowed), gossiping over cheesecake at Cafe Mirage or sipping on this “new” Taiwanese drink (bubble tea) at Ten Ren’s Tea Time (now Serissa Cafe).

  • Don’t feel like waiting for your meal? Why not head over to Chop Chop where the only thing better than the Chinese food is how fast it lands on your plate. Perched on the southwest corner of Dundas and Markham, this fast-food restaurant is making Chinese food healthy and quickly. The interior is clean and

  • New Japanese-Peruvian spot has outposts in St. Tropez, London, and Miami. This is their first Canadian foray.

  • 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,

  • To avoid the humidity of a July afternoon, summer weekends are best spent heading into cottage country and feasting with views you can’t find in the urban jungle. And 102205 Mix all this with an ever-changing curated cocktail menu, and a spacious, open patio — Crossroads was meant for summer adventures. And if you’re looking for

  • At fine dining restaurant Cynthia’s Chinese you’ll get more than you bargained for, with a full entertainment experience bringing you back to ancient China with mouth-watering cuisine, staff dressed in imperial robes and décor that will bring you back to the most celebrated age of the country. Find Cynthia’s in Oakville, Newmarket and Thornhill, each

  • The concept for Dasha has been on chef Akira Back’s mind for nearly a decade: a one-stop spot for delicious Cantonese food, artful cocktails, and private karaoke rooms. With a Michelin Star rating and restaurants everywhere from Seoul to Las Vegas, chef Back’s question of where in the world to launch the idea was answered

  • 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.

  • Some measure food by how hard it is to stop thinking about it. And Faley’s gan-ben beef, fried nubs of meat encased in a sugary coating (let’s not pretend it’s anything else that makes it sweet) is embedded in my brain’s craving centre. Every time we come here, we say we’re going to order vegetables

  • At first glance Favorites Thai BBQ doesn’t look outwardly Thai, in fact it’s the exact opposite. The light and airy space nods towards an influence of Spanish revival with its rounded passageways and clam pastel hues. The serenity is met with a 70’s inspired terrazzo floor and hippie beads that double as a back-room doorway,

  • A halal family restaurant, Gourmet Malaysia serves up (yep, you guessed it) Malaysian, Singaporean and Indonesian cuisine with a menu that’s varied and deliciously affordable. Sitting in a 6,000-square-foot dining hall, this restaurant and banquet space is made to fit the entire extended family. The menu is colourful and lively with tastes of Southeast Asia

  • Hong Shing Chinese Restaurant is a Toronto mainstay. Joining the Chinatown neighbourhood back in March of 1997, Hong Shing has proven that it has lasting power in Toronto’s competitive restaurant industry. The restaurant offers family style dishes inspired by many of China’s regional flavours. All your favourites are on the menu from spring rolls to