The top 10 lunch restaurants in Richmond Hill
The top lunch spots in Richmond Hill represent an eclectic array of delicious ethnic cuisine as well as some lunch classics. One can literally lunch at a different spot every day for more than a week without ever having the same type of food. Whether you work in the area or are a local, lunch in Richmond Hill is simply a delight.
Here are my picks for the top 10 lunch spots in Richmond Hill.
Middle Eastern Food is always a popular option for lunch. Succulent shawarma, crispy falafel, and traditional mezze comprise the bulk of the menu. Pita Sandwiches provide the best value at around $7 while a substantially portioned shawarma plate is $14+.
Tomo offers a wide variety of lunch specials. The sushi rolls here are seriously good and the sashimi is supremely fresh. For something a little more substantial, I recommend the Salmon teriyaki bento box.
Any self-respecting Richmond Hill native will frequent Abruzzo on a regular basis. Whether it's fresh made pizza or massive Italian sandwiches, Abruzzo has you covered. With a fairly new dining room extension this becomes a great option to eat in or take out.
This tiny, unassuming hole in the wall serves up some of the best Sashimi around. Thick cut slices of fresh fish at reasonable prices make this one of the best sushi options for lunch in the area. Be sure to try the Salmon sashimi; it's to die for.
Who doesn't love a good burger? At Fresh burger the home made patties and fresh toppings make for a great lunch. Served on perfectly toasted buns with fresh cut fries this place makes for a great alternative to your favourite fast food joint.
While BB cafĂŠ may be known for their desserts, this Persian bakery is making salads and sandwiches for a healthier lunch option. Once you've had your greens you will have earned a little dessert and the selection of Persian inspired dessert is the best around.
Joe's is seriously old school. This fast food establishment does char-grilled burgers as well as Middle Eastern favourites like shawarma. The shawarma plate is a heaping portion of juicy meat, rice and salad that's sure to stifle the largest appetite.
The dine-in lunch menu at Adrak is partly traditional Indian and partly fusion. Spicy Thali, fragrant Biryani, and Kathi rolls provide a taste of the traditional, while the veggie burger with masala fries showcases the fusion aspect of this beautiful restaurant.
The lunch specials here are quite extensive; everything from bento boxes, teriyaki and donburi can be had. The portions here are a bit smaller and the prices a tad higher but the food is of the utmost quality and definitely worth the price tag.
Malaysian food showcases bold, exotic and interesting flavours. The lunch menu at Restoran Malaysia provides excellent options all for $8 or less. From a simple Pad Thai to Malaysian classics like Chicken Rice and Nasi Goring this place delivers big flavour.
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