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Home Sections Food Toronto’s Oriental Taste Has Some of North America’s Finest Asian Food
Toronto’s Oriental Taste Has Some of North America’s Finest Asian Food PDF Print E-mail
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Thursday, 19 May 2011 15:48



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video feature is just one of the ways to highlight this restaurant, Oriental Taste, in Toronto's downtown heartland. I have visited it many times and the food is just superb, thus this video to share to all those looking for the finest Asian food this side of North America.


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Comments (2)
1 Friday, 20 May 2011 03:58
They are having a singing idol contest too.
2 Friday, 20 May 2011 13:31
Pareng Romy,

Here in Seattle is also Asian cuisine galore. My favorite Chinese restaurant is Hong's. The family who owns it, though Cantonese/Chinese, came from the Philippines. They used to own restaurants in Ongpin. So the food that they serve here is Lasang Pinoy sa sarap. There's also a Japanese restaurant in a town next to ours. All you can eat sushi, fresh oysters, sea weeds, even salmon eyes, the whole works ...

O sige na, pare, talking about food makes me hungry. Take care.

Jesse Jose

(As sent by e-mail to Romy Marquez, with CC to the Editor)

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