This Toronto virtual food market makes handmade Asian dishes

Apr 23 2021, 10:15 am

You can order handmade Asian cuisine and pantry items at this virtual food market in Toronto and get them delivered straight to your door.

k.Market embraces authentic flavours and honours family traditions through its delicious recipes and menu items.

This new concept is the brainchild of Toronto Chef Ken Yau who takes his inspiration from his travels, his mother’s cooking, and community influence.

 

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“My hope for k.Market is to encourage everyone to have more fun when cooking. You can mix and match pantry items with dumps or fried rice to create something new and delicious,” said Chef Yau on the website.

“We’ve done all the prep work so that you can enjoy the best part–eating!”

The items are already doused with the right amount of seasoning, prepared and pre-packaged for delivery. Instructions on how to cook each meal are given so all you have to do is heat them to perfection.

 

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Fried rice, dumplings, pantry goods and more are available for purchase so you can make endless combinations.

There is a $45 minimum for all delivery orders; however, if you are located within most of Toronto, North York, Richmond Hill, and Thornhill, you can get free delivery.

All deliveries are made on Sundays between 11 am to 5 pm and you must order before 11:59 pm on Friday for free delivery, according to the website.

Pick-ups are available at Strange Love Coffee at 101 Spadina Avenue from Monday to Saturday, 10 am to 2:30 pm.

You can find where to buy in-store on k.Market’s FAQ page.

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