Thursday, March 23, 2017

Best asian restaurant in Toronto in 2017

The top Chinese restaurants in Toronto represent just a portion of the diverse array of regional offerings available here. And though many would assert you need to visit Richmond and Markham Hill to get the real deal, areas, Scarborough and our downtown Chinatowns in between still have their share of victor.

Qin Tang Taste

Home to the chewy that is awesomely biang biang noodles and other Shanxi fortes, this small Scarborough eatery is truly the first Toronto place of a large Beijing-based chain. My personal favourite? The Shanxi Slit Noodle with Stir Fried Pork Slices. Delightful dish, long name.

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This upscale restaurant from Susur Lee inside the Soho Met features all-day dim sum, sweet-tasty Wuxi spare ribs and elaborate cocktails, all served beneath the gleam of some garish quasi- lightings and stereotypical Chinese ornamentation.

House of Gourmet

This restaurant near Dundas and Spadina seems poor from the exterior but is a constant hub of activity, with superior dishes like satay beef noodles and claypot tofus. It has a BBQ joint that is devoted takeout, perfect for all those nights when you just wish to feast on duck or pork on your sofa.

Taste of China

The incredibly cumbersome name doesn’t detract from the fact Flavor of China is, for many, a taste of excellence. Popular among the late night crowd for its outstanding General Tao Chicken and sizzling seafood on skillets, it’s one of those places that you just just must go when you’re in downtown Chinatown.

Hong Shing Chinese Restaurant

The longstanding association near City Hall could be somewhat oily however they make an oh-so-pleasing Sizzling Chili Chicken and General Tao Chicken. Wash it all down with cocktails with names such as the Stormy Night in Hong Kong.

Asian Legend

By far the biggest mainstay Chinese restaurant chain in Toronto, this eatery is the spot to go when you’re looking for a wide selection of genuine Chinese offerings. I’m a huge supporter of their Peking duck, and the soup dumplings here are constantly on my order list.

Congee Wong (Finch and Leslie)

There are so many Congee Wongs near that it can make your head spin, but also for my money my favourite one is the North York place. Certainly it can get crowded during mealtimes, but it late, as well as their Cantonese Chow Mein Fried Chili Turnip Patties never fails to make me smile.

Rol San

This late night Chinatown favourite is constantly jam-packed with those who can't get enough of their classics like ho fan noodles and spicy ginger steak. Not to mention, it's an incredibly popular all-day dim sum.

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