Ken Oh Toronto

Toronto getting its first Nagoya-style spaghetti house

Toronto's unofficial Little Tokyo seems to be growing every day. With a slew of restaurants and cafes, this area between Bay and University is a bona fide dining destination. And along with an incoming sushi burrito shop, one of the soon-to-open eateries looks like it's going to be serving up Nagoya-style spaghetti.

Nagoya, which is among Japan's biggest cities, is well-known for its spaghetti with ankake (starch-thickened sauce). Ken Oh, which is in the works for a small storefront - looks like its going to be serving up this regional dish when it opens.

Details about Ken Oh remain sparse, but it's taking over 207 Dundas St. West.


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