20071017_kingpalace1.jpg

Two King Palaces, One City


King Palace has only called Richmond and Sherbourne home for four years, but it seems like it's been there forever. So, when news broke a while back that The Modern Condos was kicking them off the lot, I knew I had to stop by one more time before the tandoori chicken turned to dust.

The good news was not only that my dinner (Combo #62 I believe - three veggies, side salad and a drink for $7.49) was as tasty and sloppy as ever, but that I learned a new King Palace is scheduled to open next week at 820 Church Street, just north of Bloor.

Not only that, but Corktown residents, taxi drivers and aloo-gobi seekers can still enjoy King Palace for a little bit longer. The current location won't succumb to the wrecking ball until the end of the year.


Join the conversation Load comments

Latest in Eat & Drink

Toronto is getting food night markets every single weekend this summer

People in Toronto want a moratorium on complaining at restaurants right now

Owner of Toronto restaurant Stockyards Smokehouse dies in tragic accident

Toronto just got a new beach bar that will be home to food pop-ups

One of Toronto's largest pub chains has permanently closed multiple restaurants

Bars and restaurants in Ontario see big sales boost after patios reopen

Toronto restaurant with socially distanced pool parties is opening for the summer

Adamson BBQ owner Adam Skelly mounts constitutional challenge against Ontario