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vdoucette Jan 31, 2011 03:28 AM

My wife and I will be visiting Toronto the first weekend of March. We've only been there once before, in 2001.

We'll be staying at a hotel near the North York Center subway station, and attending an event Saturday night at Massey Hall.

We like to eat: ethnic, spicy, interesting. We want to avoid hotel food. We won't have a lot of time to explore, but want to make the most of it.

What should we eat that is an easy walk (we're a bit hobbled) from the Yonge-University-
spadia line?

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  1. T Long Jan 31, 2011 05:14 AM

    One of our best CH's puts together a list for this exact purpose:


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    1. re: T Long
      vdoucette Jan 31, 2011 05:59 AM

      This is exactly the kind of information we were looking for. Many thanks -- and keep it coming!

    2. aser Jan 31, 2011 05:52 AM

      Your hotel is in the heart of uptown Korean Town. I would suggest any of the following....

      Mat Na Son
      Oh Geul Boh Geul
      Dumpling King - Chinese dumplings

      and a short bus ride away...

      Cho Sun Ok
      Seoul House - they use charcoal for their bbq

      Oh Geul Boh Geul
      5320 Yonge St, Toronto, ON M2N5P9, CA

      7388 Yonge St, Vaughan, ON L4J, CA

      Seoul House
      180 Steeles W, Thornhill, ON L4J1A1, CA

      Cho Sun Ok
      7353 Yonge St, Markham, ON L3T, CA

      Dumpling King
      15 Northtown Way, Toronto, ON , CA

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