Magic Noodle

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Cuisine type

  • Asian,


  • Noodles,

Products and Services

  • Magic Noodle,
  • Hand Pulled Noodle,
  • Harbord Street,
  • Lamian,
  • Dao Xiao Mian,

Languages Spoken

  • English,
93 Harbord St, Toronto, ON M5S 1G4
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Opening Hours *Holiday hours


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Meet the owner

It may not seem like it, but you’re getting a bit of a history lesson each time you eat at Magic Noodle. The restaurant specializes in hand-pulled noodles — called LaMian — and hand-shaved noodles — DioXiaoMian — prepared in a Northern Chinese style. The noodle-making tradition has been around for hundreds of years, says manager Jay Ye, and staying true to that taste and technique is a large part of the Magic Noodle philosophy.

One part of their logo, a branching tree, refers to an ancient locust tree in China’s Shanxi Province, under which migrating families would sit and eat a final meal of hot noodles before moving on to their destination. Jay says that as Chinese populations moved around the country and overseas, the taste and style of Northern Chinese noodles can still be traced back to that original root, keeping Magic Noodle connected to tradition.

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Long, uncut noodles symbolize a long life, so dig into a dish of freshly made hand-pulled noodles at Magic Noodle's new location on Harbord. Select your width of noodle (from silk string, the thinnest variety, to the extreme broad noodle, curtain) and have them in soup, stir-fried or sauced.

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