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  • Celiacs rejoice! Riz on Yonge describes itself as a gluten-free restaurant serving the finest in celiac-safe Asian cuisine. It has received a Gluten Free Food Service Certification (GFFS) from the Gluten Intolerance Group of North America (GIG). The menu features Japanese, Thai and other Asian cuisines, like spring rolls, dumplings, sushi and Thai curry, and

  • Sara

    Sara, a new globally-inspired fine dining concept by the Food Dudes, is the culmination of a decade-long career in Toronto’s food scene. In ten years, the Dudes have launched a food truck; their take-out counter and catering arm, Pantry; the southern eatery, Omaw; the subterranean, upscale-industrial gastro-shack, Rasa and their take-out pizza chain, Blondies. With the new highly anticipated launch of SARA, they’ve finally filled out their punch

  • Sisters & Co

    Sisters & Co is a cheerful brunch spot located in Trinity-Bellwoods. Co-owners Hilary, Michelle and Vivian have been friends for over 10 years. They consider themselves to be as close as sisters, giving Sisters & Co its name, and founded the restaurant to celebrate their shared passion for food and hospitality. Sisters & Co specializes

  • Sisters & Co

    Co-owners and best friends Hilary, Michelle and Vivian founded Sisters & Co on the principles of friendship, diversity and good food. The dishes at this Trinity Bellwoods spot are comprised of simple but fresh ingredients with an Asian flare. The menu features items, like spicy tomato oxtail stew and chicken katsu club sandwich, as well

  • (Asian food + tapas dining style) X a cool space = a good night: the Opium Bar has solved this equation. The bar specializes in all varieties of Asian cuisine, often fusing more than one together, as is the case with their traditional Japanese snack of grilled octopus tentacle on a skewer but flavoured with

  • Pulling from many corners of east Asian cuisine, Three Monks and a Duck is an intimate and stylish cocktail bar a few blocks away from Trinity Bellwoods Park. Much of the restaurant’s concept lies within the name: three monks and then also a duck, because only a quarter of the menu is not vegetarian-friendly, and,

  • Tuk Tuk Canteen is dishing out Asian sharing plates from an open kitchen, headed up by chef Mike Tan, with a culinary focus on Cambodian and other southeast Asian fare. Chef Tan recently travelled to Cambodia with his parents, who hadn’t been since they escaped the Khmer Rouge, to learn about the cuisine of his

  • Unicorn Cafe

    From the people that brought Toronto the somewhat controversial Poop Cafe, comes the city’s first unicorn-themed restaurant. The Unicorn Cafe is serving up some pretty magical dishes and whimsical beverages at Bloor and Bathurst. The full-fledged dinner and lunch menu features dishes like the Unicorn Bento Box, ginormous french fries and magic flying noodles. The desserts

  • Wasabi honey ice cream anyone? It might sound strange, but at Wong’s Ice Cream it’s one of their best selling flavours. Ed Wong, the one-man operator and owner behind Wong’s Ice Cream is serving up Asian-inspired ice cream flavours that take this frozen dessert to a whole new level. Wong’s is a small shop with