Diverse Dining in Etobicoke

The multiculturalism of Etobicoke makes for a very diverse assortment of dining options. Whether you’re looking for something Asian inspired, a dish from Europe or the Middle East, Etobicoke is home to a restaurant that can satisfy your cravings.

Anatolia Restaurant

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With a colourful menu featuring a variety of delicious salads, dips, meat platters and vegetarian dishes, Anatolia Restaurant brings you the mouth-watering tastes of Turkey. If you’re looking for the full Turkish experience, you can visit Anatolia on the first Friday of each month for ‘Night of Istanbul”, featuring Turkish musicians, belly dancers and fortune tellers.

Taste of Thailand Cuisine

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Taste of Thailand Cuisine offers authentic Thai dishes, serving up a variety of soups, noodles, curries and grilled fish and meat. With a focus on traditional meals, Taste of Thailand tries to incorporate the varying styles and flavours of the country; such as the curries and seafood of the south and herby, earthy recipes of the northeast.

Via Napoli

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Sticking to the classics, Via Napoli’s menu consists of delicious and authentic Italian style pizza, made with decedent cheeses and fresh vegetables and meat. Perfect for when you’re on-the-go, you can take a little piece of Italy with you.

Toji Sushi

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There’s nothing quite like deliciously, fresh handmade sushi and Toji Sushi is the place to go when you’re having a seafood craving. Among some patron favourites are the salmon teriyaki lunch bento, salmon sashimi and the green dragon sushi roll; consisting of avocado, cucumber and crab meat.

Pho House

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Famous for their Vietnamese soup, Pho House is family owned and prides themselves on providing Etobicoke with authentic Vietnamese and Thai cuisine. In addition to their tasty pho, they also offer a variety of appetizers and mains, such as spring rolls, grilled meats and mango salad.

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