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Best Restaurants for Summerlicious 2014 in Toronto

Best Restaurants for Summerlicious 2014 in Toronto

Momofuku is the kind of restaurant that should be experienced at least once. Chef David Chang and his brand have become such a partof the restaurant landscape that you need to see what’s being done here. That, combined with the tremendous view and one of the most spacious dining rooms in the city, you’re in for a memorable meal.

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Winterlicious 2017: $48 dinners

Winterlicious 2017: $48 dinners

Daishō, an Ontario-inspired restaurant located on the third floor of Momofuku Toronto, occupies a glass cube overlooking University Avenue. Menus change often based on market availability and are inspired by the diversity of Ontario’s ingredients and growing relationships with local vendors. Winterlicious menu options include a pakora bun (sweet potato, cilantro, spicy yogurt); spicy seafood stew with bean sprouts, lime and black rice; and chocolate, banana, hazelnut Chantilly cream.

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Winterlicious 2017: $28 dinners

Winterlicious 2017: $28 dinners

Located on the ground floor of Momofuku Toronto, Noodle Bar is a sister-restaurant to the restaurant of the same name in New York City. The menu features bowls of ramen, a roster of dishes like steamed buns and rice cakes, and a large format fried chicken meal. Noodle Bar is also home to a custom piece of art created by the American artist Steve Keene, called “Rust Never Sleeps.” On the Winterlicious menu you’ll find smoked chicken ramen, a shrimp spring roll with white kimchi and spiced chocolate mousse cocoa crumble.

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