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Spadina Garden

Posted by Staff / Listed on September 25, 2009 / review policy

Spadina GardenSpadina Garden is different than the typical Chinese restaurant as flavours and ingredient combinations find their roots in Szechuan, Hunan, Peking and Hakka cuisine. They have more than 200 options to choose from the menu.

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Britt / November 27, 2009 at 03:35 pm
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My family and I have been going to Spadina Garden for over 24 years...as far back as when it used to be located on Spadina. The food is extremely authentic. Be sure to try their house specialty Crispy Wonton soup and their pan fried dumplings!
Nick / August 19, 2010 at 12:46 pm
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My favorite place to go for chinese in the city. Great spot to have lunch with a friend. Try the Hot and Sour Noodle Soup.
Broccoli Obama / September 2, 2010 at 06:37 am
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Food is swimming in way too much oil,gave me and my friend nasty stomach aches.I recommend the "Eating Garden" or "Noble restaurant", you can taste good quality Chinese food without it drowning in grease.
Kim / March 10, 2011 at 04:57 pm
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I love this place. The crispy ginger beef is my jam.
Fiona / December 17, 2011 at 08:50 pm
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Spadina Garden is fantastic. The special house noodles are delicious, and the staff is super friendly!
Lovin' It / January 28, 2012 at 12:50 pm
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I recently went here with my girlfriend. We walk by this corner all the time, and we love Chinese food (particularly Szechuan and Hunan), yet for some reason we avoided this place for a long time. Big mistake in waiting so long. The food was excellent. The sauces are more or less authentic, and don't hold back on the flavour. I have to echo the love for the crispy ginger beef. Absolutely perfect. The hot & sour soup is also excellent. (It is Szechuan style in a town where there is a lot of Cantonese style hot & sour soup, which frankly doesn't appeal to me as it is more sweet than either hot or sour.) The decor was tasteful, too. No plastic table linens and a clean, simple style to the walls. Everyone seemed to be enjoyed themselves, customers and patrons. It's nice to know I can get decent Chinese grub without heading to the 'burbs (and by grub, I'm excluding dumplings and soups, as there are obviously many good offerings of these in the downtown Chinatown).
Chittral / September 10, 2012 at 12:57 pm
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manchurian chicken and house special noodles is a sexy combo. a must check out
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lewildbeast / December 29, 2012 at 03:03 pm
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Fail.

Excessive MSG and generally uninspired cooking.

Ethnicjazz / January 5, 2013 at 09:14 am
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It was a waste. Northing is special here but poor food and service ,its pretty dirty too. the soap container is of two litter, you undestand how often someones take of the washroom. spiders in januaey. The jinger beef was so dry, that i had problems managing to cut it . No I won't recommend it just eatable
born in China / January 11, 2013 at 01:09 am
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This is a "Chinese food" place for Non-Chinese people.
Not authentic tasting at all.

Within 5 min of where I work, but I would not go there unless dragged by friends with no taste for authentic Chinese food.

And this made top 5 in "Chinese food" in Toronto :/
born to eat / May 29, 2014 at 09:17 pm
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Very much agreeing with the last comment. I have been dragged there by people from work more than once.
The food was tasteless. Each time I was there, the people in our group who understand authentic Chinese ended up regretting the decision. You might just as well go straight to get Chinese food from any food court in the mall.

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