There’s a little bit of everything this week, including winter essentials of waffles, toasted sandwiches, oxtail pho and spicy Thai.
Here’s the very latest:
Khao San Road
11 Charlotte St.
After a lengthy closure, Khao San Road reopens tonight in their new spot on Charlotte.
The grand opening takes place tonight from 5-11pm with one free main dish per person (first come, first served).
I’ll have a closer look for you soon.
180 Bloor St. W.
The second location of the toasted sandwich chain opened Tuesday.
A third spot will follow at Yonge and Sheppard.
6 St. Andrew St.
Kensington Market’s newest resto offers Vietnamese fare, with a ton of fresh options including 12 fresh rolls - Shrimp & Pork Belly ($2.50), Jicama, Peanut & Spicy Hoisin ($2.50), and Grilled Shrimp Sausage ($3).
Tuck into winter warm-ups including Oxtail Pho ($12), Shrimp Wonton Soup ($5) topped bacon, six types of ramen ($10-$13), as well as many vegan selections, and a bevy of rice and noodle dishes.
3011 Dundas St. W.
The latest arrival in the Junction is a healthy one.
Dishes are hormone-free, non-GMO, with some vegan fare as well.
The café is open tonight through Sunday for dinner, starting at 5pm, and starting on Tuesday, lunch will start at 11am.
505 Mount Pleasant Rd.
Davisville residents have a new option for brunch, lunch and dessert.
The waffle-centric spot opened Sunday.
1480 Danforth Ave.
The grand opening for the new family-owned and operated health food store near Coxwell takes place this Saturday
In addition to healthy food and snacks, there’s a poké stop in the back.
Leslieville restaurant Hey Meatball is papered up.
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