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Union Station is getting a Thai street food restaurant

Remember when the food options at Toronto's Union Station sucked? That's starting to change thanks to all-day Egg McMuffins, a stellar summer market, Pilot Coffee and now, a brand new Thai restaurant.

Bangkok Buri, the incoming fast-casual eatery, is slated to open at Union Station in the new year. There are three additional locations in the works as well.

Crave It Restaurant Group (the company that operates The Burger's Priest) is developing Bangkok Buri along with Monte Wan, who owns Khao San Road and Nana.

According to the Ontario Restaurant News, Wan will be creating the menu, which will likely include red and green curries and pad thai among other dishes.

With this new addition, it's looking like Union Station is becoming an actual destination and not just a crowded thoroughfare.


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