Pan-Asian Cuisine. Thai-Chinese-Vietnamese food rolled into one!
Check out Spring Rolls in Toronto and the Greater Toronto Area. It offers quality pan-Asian cuisine at low prices. I am from Toronto that is why I know. I have to make reservations whenever we have to treat someone in the office. Inside the restaurant is so stylish - full of red colours including the tables.
Food is excellent. Try it. Call or visit their website.
From specialties such as Salmon with Mango Sauce to the best traditional Pad Thai in the city they are the talk of the town. It has won numerous awards including, “Best Thai Restaurant” and “Top Ten Restaurant” in the city. It's located in a nice little spot on Yonge Street just south of Bloor. It's a very clean neat looking place, and the ambience is extraordinary given the state of many of the asian restaurants around the city (see picture). They also have live baby sharks for viewing.
Favorite Dish: The Pad Thai can only be described with one word, "RIDICULOUS!". It's so good I get teary-eyed thinking about how good it is.
Very nice, cheap restaurant in the heart of Toronto. It is a combination of Chinese, Thai and Vietnamese. The food was plentyful, hot and very good. We are both vegetarian and found there to be a wide selection of items. We both had Spring Rolls for starters followed by Vegetable Singapore Vermicelli and Vegetable Szechaun with rice. With 2 drinks and tip the total was $45 (£26) which for a downtown restaurant is very cheap.
There are 2 locations of Spring Rolls in Toronto, Dundas Street West and Yonge Street, we went to the 1 on Dundas.
Favorite Dish: Singapore Vermicelli
There a few locations of this awesome spring rolls place around the city, visit the website to find the different locations. Its a nice sit-down restaurant but you can also get take out. The food is really good. Definitely recommended if you love Asian food!
Very good food and large portions (take half home for another meal) for a reasonable price and has a nice atmosphere. Service is also usually fairly fast. A great place to go for a quick lunch with friends or a romantic dinner for 2 (upstairs only)
Favorite Dish: Pad Thai
One of the best restaurant in the T-dot. Love the food, eventhough you have to wait in a line for entrance, but it's all worth it!!! I like the one on Dundas, right beside Eaton's. You can take my words for it!!
Oh yeah, about the price. Hmm... it's a little bit expensive, but definately worth every penny!!
Favorite Dish: Seafood Pa Tai
If you love Thai, Spring Rolls is great food at a great price.
Favorite Dish: I recommend the Spicy Coconut Soup (Tom Kha) and the Sesame ginger Salad. For entrees try the Pad Thai, its amazing, or the Tango Mango Chicken. If you're not to hungry, I suggest spliting an entree they are huge!
It restaurant started with only one location, but has since expanded. Check out their website for all three locations. I've recommended my favorite one below!
When this restaurant first open it was rather small with an upstairs that probably fit 100. The owners have bought the space next to it and expanded their business.
The food is a mix of Thai, Vietnamese, Chinese and Korean, served in a very modern and almost formal atmosphere. The prices are a great deal when you look at the quantity and quality.
Make sure to make reservations though on the weekend and evening.
Favorite Dish: Pad Thai - The noodles are saucy, with a crunchy texture from the peanuts. With almost every dish you can choose to have vegetarian, seafood, or beef/chicken.
Seafood on Jasmine rice - The seafood is cooked to perfection in a white coconutty sauce.
This restaurant is a mixture of different Asian flavours. Its quaint and yet can be romantic and casual.
Favorite Dish: My favourite dish is a simple Vietnamese soup with rice noodles and meatballs...great combination! There are other of course, but this is what I liked the best.