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Soos Adds Malaysian Flavour to the West End


Craving dim sum? How about sushi? Or maybe a big serving of pad Thai? All sorts of Asian flavours are readily available in Toronto; the cuisine of Malaysia, however, is a little harder to come by. Enter Soos, a family-owned and -operated restaurant specializing in modern interpretations of Malay street food. Here, beneath oversized, spiny rambutan-like light fixtures, Queen West diners indulge in a variety of small plates—from house-made prawn crackers and peanut sauce to pork belly on taro root pancakes to traditional laksa. Befitting its hip Ossington Avenue location, Soos also boasts a number of cocktails with Asian-fusion twists.  —Craig Moy

• Soos, 94 Ossington Ave, 416-901-7667; soostoronto.com
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