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Public Question Asked by User185679 about Toronto
Heading to Toronto in the morning. Any suggestions on good dinner joints? #toronto
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Answered by Jason Kucherawy , Toronto, Canada
Canoe is really nice but expensive. If you are looking for a deal on wings Mill Street Brew Pub has 50 cent wings on Tuesday nights! Get gem with the BBQ sauce - they use their coffee porter in it. For an indecisive person Marche is great in Brookfield Place near the Hockey Hall of Fame. If Vietnamese is your thing o to Pho Hung in Chinatown on Spadina Ave. Baldwin St between McCaul and Beverly is a nice restaurant row. Great variety of cute little places.
Answered by oldmachead , Toronto, Canada
Depends where you are located in Toronto! It's a big city.
If you're downtown, King St west of Simcoe has many choices.
If you're in the Danforth are, don't miss Magic Oven. Funky food with lots to try out.
Down at Queens Quay, Pearl Harbourfront is a good Chinese place. Ask for the baby bok choy in garlic sauce.
Downtown has plenty of steak places but you can get a steak anywhere. Try to explore food that you won't find elsewhere.
Like Moroccan at the Sultans Tent on Front St. Or just further east is Springrolls (SR7 - the mango salad with rolls is my fav
Answered by Richard , Kitchener, Canada
Toronto is a city of ethnic areas, such as Oriental, Indian,standard tourist area, it depends on what you are looking for and your mobility. Chinatown is within walking distance with many restaurants to pick from such as Rol San, Indian restaurants you would have to take a cab, I would just look for the busy ones and you can't go wrong.