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10 new restaurants that opened in Toronto in January

New restaurants in Toronto have brought us new versions of all our favourites, like sushi, pho, burgers, Korean BBQ and roti. We’ve bid goodbye to some familiar faces, while others have merely gotten a makeover.

Here are some notable new restaurants that opened in Toronto last month.

TORA

The sushi laneway at this relaxed but sophisticated restaurant inside Yorkdale Mall delivers nigiri and aburi oshi right to your table automatically when ordered off an iPad. 

Pho Pas Social Bistro

Oysters are served alongside Vietnamese-style noodle soup at this new restaurant and music venue at Parliament and Carlton. 

Arthur’s

Right across from St. Clair station, this bistro from the same folks behind The Chase is bringing the glam. 

Pastiche

Flaming cocktails are now served alongside short rib, Algerian crepes and falafel salad at this new spot on Ossington. 

Ronto’s

Decked out burgers topped with the likes of mac n’ cheese are now served in the space that was once home to the short lived Fargo’s

Daily Dumpling 

Handmade wontons are being produced at this new spot in Little Italy. 

Shi Miaodao

Chinatown now has yet another great spot for potstickers, noodle and beer.

Matha Roti

Flip, Toss n’ Thai in Harbord Village may be no more, but pad thai has been replaced by another of Toronto’s favourite comfort foods: roti. 

Busan Galmaegi Korean BBQ

Not much is better than DIY Korean BBQ, and this new place for the cuisine doesn’t disappoint. 

Adelina

Elevated Russian cuisine has a new place to call home in Toronto at this reinvention of Le Notre Bistro in Harbord Village. 

Lead photo by

Hector Vasquez at TORA


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