non-pub/non-bistro/non-Italian Sunday brunch/lunch within a 15 minute walk of the Sony Centre/St.Lawrence Market
Seems most upscale sushi (Nami and Hiro) and Thai options (Sukhothai) that are relatively close are closed on Sundays. I'm guessing Swish by Han is, too.
Are there any Indian, southeast Asian or other types of Asian restaurants within a 15 minute walk of the St. Lawrence Market area? Or other non-bistro, non-French, non-Italian, non-Belgian, non-pub options? All the options I can think of in the immediate area are chains, bistros, pubs, French restaurants or Italian restaurants.NTTAWWT.
If we decide to go with Indian, I realize Trimurti/Babur/Little India and Kama/Dhaba are not that far way. Are there other Indian restaurants in the general area (south of Dundas, east of McCaul, west of Parliament) that are open Sundays for lunch? I realize Rashnaa in Cabbagetown is also an option, if I'm prepared to go a little further afield.
I looked at Kultura's website, but it appears they are not serving brunch these days.
I noticed Harlem has a brunch- has anyone tried it? http://www.harlemrestaurant.com/menu....
Thanks for any ideas.
St. Lawrence Market
92 Front St E, Toronto, ON M5E, CA
169 King St. E., Toronto, ON M5A 1J4, CA
Swish by Han
38 Wellington St E, Toronto, ON , CA
Okay, this is not Indian, but within the wandering boundaries to get Indian...not sure how you feel about the Queen Mum, but they do seem to have a Sunday brunch - some of the options are Continental bistro-y, but they also have their Lao/Thai dishes on there. Perhaps an option?
I've tried the Harlem Underground (which is on the west side) brunch! We had waffles with strawberries, deep fried pickles, and fried chicken and waffles. Very good. :) Not sure what specifics you're looking for.
What about Hot House Cafe? It's a buffet brunch - that usually pleases everybody all at once....
35 Church Street, Toronto, ON M5E 1T3, CA
745 Queen St W, Toronto, ON M6J, CA
When did Hiro stop doing Soba Sunday's? I thought I saw the sign in the window fairly recently.
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