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Toronto Restaurant Openings: Pastiche, GB Hand-Pulled Noodles, Ziba Berlin Doner

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  • Pastiche, a “noshery,” is now open at 59 Ossington Avenue.
  • Apres Wine Bar, sibling to Canis restaurant, is now open at 1166 Queen Street West.
  • Her Chef replaces The Pocha (and Big Tuna Poke before that) at 599 Bloor Street West in Koreatown.
  • Chinese Hakka spot Chopstick on Bloor has opened at 561 Bloor Street West in the Annex.
  • Shi Miaodao, a Yunnan rice noodle restaurant that serves "crossing-the-bridge" noodles, is now open in the former Jackpot Chicken Rice space at 318 Spadina Avenue in Chinatown.
  • A licensed location of the rapidly expanding My Roti Place has opened where Bacchus Roti previously presided at 1376 Queen Street West in Parkdale.
  • Kinoya, a sushi restaurant and bar, is now open in what was previously Maki My Way at 293 King Street West in the Entertainment District.
  • Pho Pas Social Bistro, a French-Vietnamese restaurant with a raw bar and live music, opened yesterday at 480 Parliament Street in Cabbagetown.
  • A second location of GB Hand-Pulled Noodles has replaced the short-lived Golden Noodle Bar at 1024 Gerrard Street East (at Marjory Avenue).
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