Toronto's Chinatown is the epicentre of Canada's Chinese-Canadian population. Brimming with people, fresh and dried food markets, gift shops and restaurants, the Dim-Sum and imported produce options are plentiful and inexpensive. Those that are culinarily curious (and creative) will enjoy surveying the street-side grocery options, while deal-savvy shoppers are guaranteed to find reasonably priced versions of nearly everything. From clothing to toys, to shoes to housewares, Chinatown's shops are a destination in their own right.

Chinatown runs north-south between Queen and College streets, and east-west between University and Spadina avenues, abutting the Queen Street West shopping district and Kensington Market.  A stroll down Spadina Avenue, through the bustling street culture makes a stimulating segue between two of Toronto's other important neighbourhoods, and is a worthwhile adventure on its own.

Chinatown is accessible by Spadina, Queen, Dundas and College streetcars.


Tropicana Dinner Theatre

TIFF Cinematheque

Chippy's Fish and Chips


Dufflet Pastries

El Mocambo

Poor Alex (The)

Bahen Centre for Information Technology Room 1130

Hotel Boutique Lounge

Red Tea Box


Ontario College of Art and Design


Dragon City Shopping Mall

TIFF Cinematheque

Art Gallery of Ontario


Spadina Avenue


Cafe Ago

Chippy's Fish and Chips

El Mocambo

Hua Sang Seafood Restaurant

Hemispheres Restaurant Bistro

Rol San

Pho Hung Vietnamese Restaurant

Bright Pearl Seafood



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