Canada Ontario Toronto
A bustling cultural enclave in Toronto known for its Asian markets, restaurants, and festivals, located around Spadina Avenue and Dundas Street West.
Tips from the community
A rapidly changing area is downtown Chinatown
, located mainly on Spadina Ave. between College and Dundas streets. The historic neighborhood is decorated with kitschy red dragons, but serves as a core artery within the city, with glossy new trains running down the streetcar tracks. In addition to authentic cuisine from various Chinese provinces, and a solid array of Dim Sum (namely Rosewood
and Rol San
), for a quick and cheap bite you can pop into any Chinese bakery for one-dollar buns packed with sweet red bean paste, barbecue pork, lotus cream or shredded pork.
2 years ago
Twenty years ago, nobody would have called Toronto a world-class city. But things change quickly in Canada’s biggest metropolis. A skyrocketing real estate market, a championship-winning NBA team, burgeoning high-end restaurants, expansive bike lanes and waterfront trails, the existence of Drake, one of the world’s biggest Pride parades— Toronto is now home to some of […]