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  • Anyone who has been to Thailand can easily conjure up sticky nights spent at food stalls. There, heaping portions of noodles seasoned with palm sugar, fish sauce, peanuts and spice are de rigueur. But at Kiin, from chef Nuit Regular and her husband Jeff, the diner is transported into a very different version of Thailand.

  • As patrons drift into Kingyo Toronto, each party is greeted with an enthusiastic chorus of "Irashaimase!" The latest addition to Cabbagetown’s culinary landscape, Kingyo is, in fact, a transplant from Vancouver. Out west, the eatery has been dishing out elegant Japanese pub fare for some seven years; this rendition is the first to make its way eastward.

  • korean village

    In 1978, Ok Re Lee and Ke Hang Lee immigrated to Canada with a dream of opening a traditional Korean restaurant in Toronto. Despite lacking prior restaurant experience, they became pioneers of Koreatown, representing Korean immigrants in Canada. Today, Korean Village Restaurant thrives in Koreatown, celebrating over 41 years of success. Although Ok Re Lee

  • Through a shared love of art, music and a good taco, La Carnita has built a huge following amongst Toronto foodies. With six locations in Canada and one in the U.S., this team knows a thing or two about good Mexican food. As the glow up of Yonge and Eglinton centre continues, its no wonder

  • Andrew Richmond and Amin Todai have brought La Carnita to the entertainment district with their new location at 106 John St. (at Richmond).

  • Cuban cuisine steps out of the holiday resort shadow, offering diners a new view.

  • 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

  • Brew house and gastropub, Louis Cifer is the Danforth’s all-in-one eatery. Opened by the team behind Cabbagetown’s, Stout Irish Pub, Louis Cifer is your one-stop shop for good grub and even better brews. This local craft brewery is whipping up some wicked pub fare along with some upscale pub food that’s way beyond your classic

  • Take a trip to Havana without leaving Toronto at Lula Lounge’s Friday and Saturday Cuban salsa nights. Enjoy a three course meal, beginner salsa lesson and live performances by Toronto’s greatest salsa bands. Not one for a sizzling salsa? Just come in for dinner. Either way, you won’t be disappointed. Sink your teeth into the

  • Mapo Korean BBQ

    As a popular halal Korean eatery, it’s no surprise that this place tends to be bustling, so it’s recommended to arrive early to secure your spot! Step into the retro and rustic interior, which sets the stage for a remarkable dining experience featuring a wide selection of freshly marinated meats and delectable side dishes. Among

  • Never has a steakhouse, let alone a fine dining restaurant, been as sleek, modern, and cool as Marbl. Executive Chef Ryan Morrison is at the helm of the ship, guiding diners through an exceptional repertoire of cocktails, refined modern American food, and the gill à la carte options, all of which are made with sustainably

  • Marked is a flashy new restaurant from Fourthspace Hospitality, the group behind Coffee Oysters Champagne and its now well-known secret bar à toi. Like COC and à toi, Marked is a stylish space with killer cocktails, a well-curated food menu, and a design that encourages diners to move through different parts of the space throughout

  • Here at Matsuda Sushi, they’re versed in the art of indulgence. With an AYCE menu that is sure to fill you up again and again, Matsuda encourages you to come with a larger party to enjoy the true feast that’s offered here. Matsuda strives to provide quality service and food for a price tag that’s

  • Peruvian spot Mira opened in the King West area back in February, the latest ICONINK property.

  • It’s three days after the opening of Morgans, the new gastropub that’s taken over the old Taps and Tales spot at Danforth and Greenwood, and sleep-deprived chef Anne Sorrenti is glowing. She says she wants to watch us try the polenta appetizer ($9), which is crispy on the outside, soft on the inside and sitting

  • Mother Tongue, a modern Asian restaurant and cocktail bar by the Turner Stevens Group, is new to Toronto’s dining scene and can be found inside the Templar Hotel on Adelaide Street West. From the outside, the former home of Monk Kitchen and Parcae doesn’t look like much has changed except for one thing — there’s

  • This TTC-style bar wants every wandering stranger to feel at home in the city. The tile walls finished with “Nōmads Station” decals and a TTC-painted doorway are so perfectly executed that your trip to the bathroom might be a bit discombobulating. Nōmads Restobar is a gathering place for people of all walks of life and

  • Omni Palace has landed in Canada, with its first location outside of China just five minutes from Fairview Mall in North York. The restaurant chain is known for its large hand-pulled noodles and the new space has 83 seats nestled in an emerging business and restaurant hub just south of Victoria Park and Sheppard Avenue.

  • In Yorkville’s swanky Hazelton Hotel sits celebrity chef Mark McEwan’s ONE Restaurant. Serving contemporary Canadian cuisine, executive chef Darby Piquette is making himself known amongst Torontonians after attending the George Brown chef school and spending years working under his mentor chef Mark McEwan. With his love of travel and affinity for cooking, Piquette is proving