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Vendors › Toronto › Restaurants › Pan Asian

Pan Asian



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Zyng Asian Grill

730 Yonge St., Toronto

Asian-inspired soups and create-your-own grilled meals in a bowl. Choose from an assortment of vegetables, noodles, protein and sauces. Imported

Sweet Lulu

859 Queen St. W., Toronto

Design your own entree at this cute Asian café. Choose a rice or noodle base and a sauce-green curry or

Sweet Lulu

417 Church St., Toronto

Design your own entree at this cute Asian café. Choose a rice or noodle base and a sauce-green curry or

Sweet Lulu

350 Bay St., Toronto

Design your own entree at this cute Asian café. Choose a rice or noodle base and a sauce-green curry or

Spring Rolls

Erin Mills Town Centre, 5100 Erin Mills Pkwy., Mississauga

Popular chain of sleek pan-Asian boîtes offers Thai, Chinese and Vietnamese favourites such as pad Thai, Cantonese chow mein and

Spring Rolls

90 Burnhamthorpe Rd. W., Toronto

Popular chain of sleek pan-Asian boîtes offers Thai, Chinese and Vietnamese favourites such as pad Thai, Cantonese chow mein and

Spice Route

499 King St. W., Toronto

Splashes of gold and crimson (plus iconic Asian temple imagery) accentuate the stylishly muted palette of dark wood hues. Executive

Seven East

1116 Yonge St., Toronto

Thai cuisine (with a few pan-Asian exceptions like General Tao’s chicken) in a chic, minimalist setting. All the traditional dishes

Salis Noodis

1430 Yonge St., Toronto

Airy little lunch counter and take-out joint offers up a number of fresh, satisfying Southeast Asian-inspired salads and noodle dishes.

Riz

1677 Bayview Ave., Toronto

White-on-white decor and an ultra-hip vibe make this lounge a place to see and be seen. The pan-Asian cuisine includes

Patois

794 Dundas St. W., Toronto

Fun and funky little joint serves up Asian-Caribbean snacks and such. Conceived by erstwhile fine-dining chef Craig Wong (whose resume

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

Miga

2382 Dundas St. W., Mississauga

Japanese and Korean restaurant featuring sushi, at-table barbecues of short ribs and seafood, and specialty Korean dishes such as seafood

Lamesa Filipino Kitchen

669 Queen St. W., Toronto

The kitchen dishes out contemporary versions of Filipino fare such as grilled squid with adobo dressing and steak with plantain

Fresh Off the Boat

404 Queen St. W., Toronto

Little sandwich shop at the south end of Chinatown dishes out seafood with an Asian focus. Grab some takeout or

Food and Liquor

1610 Queen St. W., Toronto

Unusual bar snacks like honey-chili duck tongues and boiled pig trotters, along with more traditional fare, served in an intimate,

DaiLo

503 College St., Toronto

The Chinoiserie-chic dining room compliments chef Nick Liu’s Asian brasserie menu of shared plates, including upmarket renditions of traditional Chinese
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