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Khao San Road is closing and moving locations

What's your favourite Thai restaurant in Toronto? Many would quickly answer Khao San Road. Monte Wan's popular Adelaide Street eatery usually has a lineup snaking out the door as hungry customers wait around for dishes such as khao soi, pad thai and squash fritters.

But on February 26, Khao San Road will close up its original location before moving to a bigger space 250 metres away at 11 Charlotte St.

"As our lease is set to expire at our current location, we are forced to make the decision to close temporarily in order to transition to a larger space that will better serve our customers and employees," says Wan in a news release.

Khao San Road will remain closed for approximately three months, but the restaurant will still do delivery during its brief timeout. And of course, you can always head to it's sister restaurant Nana on Queen St. W.


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