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Xam Yu

339 Spadina Ave., Toronto

With a name that means “three fishermen,” it obvious that this small Chinatown restaurant specializes in seafood. Popular—and very fresh—menu

Taste Of The Silk Road

341 Danforth Ave., Toronto

Chinese fare on the Danforth-Greektown strip. Sample starters of chicken or beef satay and choose from a large selection of

Taste of China

338 Spadina Ave., Toronto

Notoriously a favourite of Toronto chefs who gather here for late-night eats after their shifts end. (The restaurant is open

Szechuan, Szechuan

100 King St. W., First Canadian Place, Mezzanine Level, Toronto

Enjoy Pan-Asian offerings at this long-standing Financial District restaurant. General Tso’s chicken or prawns, Mongolian beef, Thai basil chicken, seafood

Swatow

309 Spadina Ave., Toronto

This Chinatown restaurant has been serving a loyal clientele for more than 20 years. Dozens of different soups on the

Summit Garden

3015 Winston Churchill Blvd., Mississauga

Authentic contemporary Cantonese and Szechuan cuisine. Popular picks include hot and sour soup, Szechuan beef, prawn and chicken in phoenix

Spadina Garden

114 Dundas St. W., Toronto

Busy downtown restaurant traffics in well-priced Chinese cuisine. Lots of meaty offerings such as beef with orange peel and hot

Sky Dragon Chinese Cuisine

280 Spadina Ave., Toronto

Elegant, timeless atmosphere. Chef’s specialties include Peking duck, Szechuan-style dishes. Located in the Dragon City shopping centre. Dim sum, lunch,

Rosewood Chinese Cuisine

463 Dundas St. W., Toronto

Modern Chinese restaurant offers more than 100 items as part of its all-day dim sum service, with an all-you-can-eat option

R&D

241 Spadina Ave., Toronto

A slick restaurant for modern Chinese fare from Masterchef Canada victor Eric Chong and his mentor, Michelin-starred chef Alvin Leung.

Pearl Harbourfront Chinese Cuisine

Queen's Quay Terminal, 207 Queens Quay W., Toronto

Features no fewer than 20 Cantonese and Szechuan specialties including deep-fried crab claws or shanghai dumplings. Picturesque second-storey waterfront view.

One Hour Cafeteria

435 Spadina Ave, Toronto

Simplicity is the name of the game at this walk-in cafeteria, which features wholesome, fresh dishes and an impressive array

Mother’s Dumplings

421 Spadina Ave, Toronto

Sample boiled, steamed or pan-fried dumplings just like Chef Zhen’s mother made in the northeast Chinese town of Shenyang. Delectable

Momofuku Shoto

190 University Ave., Toronto

The crown jewel of Momofuku’s Toronto operations is a 22-seat culinary theatre for David Chang’s 10-plus-course tasting menus, executed by

Momofuku Noodle Bar

190 University Ave., Toronto

The least expensive (and therefore, hardest to get into) of New York super chef David Chang’s four Momofuku ventures in

Momofuku Daisho

190 University Ave., Toronto

amily-style meals are the raison d’être for this elegantly minimalist dining room: “large format” offerings for parties of four to

Ming Room

6461 Mississauga Rd., Mississauga

Authentic Hakka Chinese restaurant just north of Streetsville serves a spread of unique Chinese-Indian fusion cuisine that balances elements of

Mandarin

87 Matheson Blvd. E., Mississauga

All-you-can-eat buffet offering both Chinese and Canadian dishes. Traditional options include wonton soup, Shanghai noodles, sweet and sour chicken balls

Mandarin

238 Biscayne Cres., Brampton

All-you-can-eat buffet offering both Chinese and Canadian dishes. Traditional options include wonton soup, Shanghai noodles, sweet and sour chicken balls

Mandarin

1255 The Queensway,, Toronto

All-you-can-eat buffet offering both Chinese and Canadian dishes. Traditional options include wonton soup, Shanghai noodles, sweet and sour chicken balls
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