Sukhothai Dundas West

Sukhothai to open new location on Dundas West

West side fans of guaytiaw and gaeng garee have something to celebrate. Sukhothai, founded by husband and wife team Jeff and Nuit Regular, is home to some of the most authentic regional Thai cuisine in Toronto, and already boasts two locations (with an extended family that includes Sabai Sabai and Pai). Now, there's a third one on the way.

Setting sights westward, the newest (and largest-yet) addition to the family of northern-Thai restaurants will take over the space at 1442 Dundas St. West, formerly home to The Guild. While no opening date has been announced, it could be sooner than later, as the 5,000-square-foot space was in relatively good working order this spring when it was shopped around in "turn-key condition" - meaning recently reno'd and fully equipped.

There's no need to worry that the Regulars are spreading themselves too thin, either. The original Sukhothai location is managed by Jeff's parents, and this new outpost will be helmed by Jeff's brother.


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