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10 new restaurants that opened in Toronto last month

New restaurants in Toronto have sprung up serving sushi, tacos, sandwiches and Peruvian food, perfect for summery snacking. As the weather starts to heat up, restaurants that keep it spicy are opening in the city.

Here are new restaurants in Toronto that opened in May.

Bancan Kitchen

The flavours of Nepal, Bangledesh, India and Pakistan all come together at this new Danforth East restaurant serving momos, curries, tandoori dishes and biryani.

Chicken Plus

Korean fried chicken has landed in Scarborough on Midland Ave. with this first ever Canadian location of a chain. Pick and choose your favourite parts of the bird and dress them up with flavours that range from spicy to extra cheesy.

Sunnyside Provisions

This cool grocery store selling beer and wine is also your new stop for a poutine, soft serve and a range of sandwiches. Find sammies like roast beef, turkey confit and fish on their chalkboard menu.

Maru Japanese Bistro

A ton of beautifully presented signature maki rolls are available at this new sushi spot in Leslieville that also does pressed sushi, nigiri, sashimi and tempura. 

Pastor Taco

Tacos dripping with house sauces are the order of the day when it comes to this Cabbagetown restaurant that also does popsicles, vegan ice cream, sweet corn salad, nachos and tortilla soup.

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