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Halal chicken source: Halal By Hand
Halal beef source: Halal By Hand
Alcohol served: Yes
Delivery: Yes
Restaurant Type: Dine-in & Take Out
Halal Verification: Verbal Assurance
Validation Date: September 15, 2017


Thai

Address & Contact

Address:

52 Wellington Street East, Toronto, ON M5E 1C9

GPS:

43.6486329, -79.374618

Telephone:
Email:

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Opening Hours

Monday

11:30AM - 02:30PM and 05:00PM - 10:00PM

Tuesday

11:30AM - 02:30PM and 05:00PM - 10:00PM

Wednesday

11:30AM - 02:30PM and 05:00PM - 10:00PM

Thursday

11:30AM - 02:30PM and 05:00PM - 10:00PM

Friday

11:30AM - 02:30PM and 05:00PM - 10:00PM

Saturday

11:30AM - 02:30PM and 05:00PM - 10:00PM

Sunday

CLOSED

Daily Menu

20 September 2021
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Kaleem December 7, 2017 4:45 am
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The restaurant is located on a vibrant strip of restaurants in the St. Lawrence Market district.

House specialties include Khao Soi, a delicious Northern Thai traditional noodle and curry dish that is influenced by Burmese and Chinese Muslim cuisine. Served with the protein of your choice (I usually choose beef). Tender beef cubes (or chicken or tofu) are served with soft rice noodles bathed in a golden coconut-based curry, topped by crispy fried noodles, spiced according to your heat preference, with lime wedges on the side. It is a substantial dish that can serve two people.

Also highly recommended is one of the best soups in Toronto, Tom Kha Gai, a chicken coconut broth soup. The fragant soup combines chicken, mushrooms, tomatoes, onions, lemongrass, galangal (similar to ginger), kaffir lime leaves, chili, lime juice and fish sauce and a side of rice. In the cold winter months this fragrant soup is light enough for those who don’t want a heavy meal, but substantial enough to satisfy even the hungriest diner. The portion size serves two and is not to be missed.

The restaurant serves an assortment of beverages ranging from traditional Thai tea and tropical juices, to alcoholic beverages and soft drinks.

This was the first location to serve Halal and now the other locations have followed suit. The restaurant is popular and busy so reservations are recommended at peak times.

NOTE: This location is NOT wheelchair accessible with a set of stairs inside the front doors as the only access.