From Canadian-Chinese food, to authentic Chinese dishes, there are so many options for Chinese delivery in Toronto. These amazing Chinese restaurants bring food straight to your door, and some will even go out of their delivery boundaries, for a small fee of course. Here are the best bets for Chinese food delivery in Toronto.[Photo courtesy of Lee Chen Asian Bistro]
There is no shortage of all-you-can-eat restaurants in Toronto, and when it comes to Chinese cuisines the options are endless! From buffet spreads, to AYCE hot pots and “mini” buffets, Toronto has it all! Here are the best bets for all-you-can-eat Chinese food in the city.[Photo credit: iStock]
Dim Sum service is a tradition among many in the Chinese community and a popular dining experience on the Toronto food scene. Usually a cart service, dim sum menus vary from dumplings to deep fried snacks. Restaurants across Toronto showcase their take on the traditional Chinese lunch and dinner service. Here are the best spots to grab dim sum in Toronto.[Photo of Luckee by Libby Roach]
Hakka cuisine can find its origins in the small Chinese community that has lived in Kolkata for over a century. With elements of Indian and Chinese cuisine, Hakka also has roots in the Chinese communities of Malaysia, Singapore and Hong Kong. Toronto is home to many people from these communities, opening Hakka restaurants throughout the city! Here are the best Hakka eateries in Toronto.[Photo courtesy of Hakka Legend]
From casual Italian eateries to gourmet wine experiences, Toronto has no shortage of wine bars. The wines bars of Toronto showcase award-winning local wines as well as international varieties. Here are the best wines bars in Toronto.[Photo courtesy of CIBO Wine Bar]
Torontonians love their wine, and luckily there are many wine bars and restaurants in the city that share that passion. Whether it’s a massive wine cellar, or a meticulously curated wine list, restaurants across Toronto take their wine lists seriously. Here are the best wine cellars and wine lists in Toronto.[Photo credit: iStock]
Restaurants for Change is a charity event that sees some of the country’s best restaurants donate a portion of their earnings to support local food programs. Toronto is getting in on the action this year with more than 30 participating restaurants. We rounded up the best restaurants to check out during Restaurants for Change October 18, 2017. [The O.G. bao at Kanpai. Photo by Caroline Aksich]
Many restaurants in the city offer a special family-style meal where you can order a set menu or pick and choose items to share. Whether it’s a chef’s table experience or a daily occurrence, family-style meals have enjoyed a recent uptick in popularity. Here are the best large format family-style meals in Toronto.[Photo credit: iStock]
Once the leaves start falling and the weather cools down, people start hankering for pumpkin! One of the best ways to enjoy the increasingly popular flavour is in a freshly baked pie! Bakeries across Toronto make their own versions of the classic autumn dessert, the perfect end to a hearty fall meal. Here’s are your best bets for perfect pumpkin pie in Toronto.
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