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New and incoming Toronto restaurants: Chop Chop, Assembly, Pho East

Liora Ipsum Jun 22, 2017 12:43 am 383

This weekly round-up spotlights new Toronto restaurants and bars plus incoming establishments that you should have on your radar.

Here are the newest places to eat in Toronto right now:

Just Opened

  • Chop Chop has opened at 771 Dundas Street West, the address formerly home to Kad Banu. The new eatery is offering an 11-item menu featuring boiled and pan-fried dumplings, green onion pancakes, fried rice and noodle dishes.
  • Hooked in Kensington Market might be papered over, but a new location at 1246 Danforth Avenue has just opened in place of defunct doner shop, The Fuzz Box.
  • ihalo Krunch, is a Toronto first serving charcoal ice creams from its just-opened outlet across from Trinity Bellwoods Park at 915 Queen Street West.
  • Jerk Paradise opened last week in Cabbagetown at 296 Gerrard Street East and is serving up a menu featuring soul foods: jerk chicken, mac ’n cheese, chicken & waffles, etc.
  • Lit’s latest cafe and Neapolitan-style pizza bar is now open at 2196 Bloor Street West.
  • Lox + Schmear, a new spot for bagels, cream cheese, and house-smoked fish is now in business at 1030 St. Clair Avenue West.
  • Toronto’s newest cocktail, wine and craft beer bar opens tomorrow (June 23). Mulberry Bar is located at 828 Bloor Street West.
  • The Saigon Hustle just opened at406 Queen Street West. The 15-seat Vietnamese eatery is the latest project from Quinten Tran (of Fresh Off The Boat) and his mom.
  • Sejong Restaurant, a new Korean diner serving up fried chicken has opened at 658 Bloor Street West replacing Pho Rex in Seaton Village.

Opening Soon

  • Assembly Chef Hall opening this fall will bring over a dozen of Toronto’s top chefs to a single address at 111 Richmond Street West.
  • Ding Dong Exotic Sweets is in the works in unit 7A of 160 Baldwin Street in Kensington Market.
  • Dows Hot Pot Restaurant is coming soon to 3260 Midland Avenue in Scarborough.
  • Ladurée Boutique and Tea Salon is opening its first Toronto location. Daily Hive reached out to the Canadian licensee and got the scoop on the space, the menu, and more.
  • Oh My Gyro is opening soon at 155 John Street, formerly home to Osmow’s.
  • Pho East is soon to replace The Pho House at 610 Gerrard Street East.
  • Also going in on Gerrard, Soul Chocolate Roasters is opening its first retail shop this fall at 583 Gerrard Street East.
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Liora Ipsum
A former Daily Hive Toronto Food Editor.

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