TÉ: a cruise of taste

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High on our list as one of the most interesting fusion restaurants in Toronto, featuring a balanced combination of Taiwanese & Korean style home cooking & street food with North American bar food.

Some creative dishes include: GARLIC EDAMAME AND CANDIED ANCHOVIES (the texture and flavor were most surprisingly good and we are not that big of a fan of anchovies!). The BULGOGI SLIDERS are their big seller with thin slices of sweet soy-marinated beef sirloin on house-baked mini sesame seed buns, topped with a runny quail egg and wasabi mayo.

Besides the traditional Korean BI BIM BAP, there is also the mixed Asian-Italian TOASTED KIMCHI RAVIOLI – jumbo ravioli squares filled with a kimchi-spiked ricotta, mozzarella & parmesan blend, with a drizzle of honeyed wasabi pesto sauce, and the Asian-Middle Eastern KIMCHI FALAFEL – kimchi-spiked falafel and hummus, drizzled with tahini and served with toasted naan wedges….just to name a few.

If you want a little taste of each corner of the world: this is where you can find most of it and you will go home feeling like you have just gotten back from a world-wide cruise.

– 70 Ossington Ave, Toronto