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International Dining at Yonge & Eglinton

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Cava Restaurant – Spanish Tapas

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Welcome to your new Friday night favourite. Cava is a wonderfully eccentric small plate restaurant that features Iberian cuisine. The atmosphere is always lively, but especially on Friday and Saturday nights. Meaning, reservations are definitely a good idea!


Touhenboku Ramen – Traditional Japanese Noodle Soup

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Touhenboku Ramen shares their love for tori-paitan style soup made according to Japanese tradition. Originating from Kyushu, Japan, it promises a hearty, creamy and flavourful experience. Served with their proprietary noodle recipe, choice of meat, seaweed, egg, mushrooms and green onion – itadakimasu!


La Vecchia Restaurant – Old World Italian

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Old world Italian favourites and remarkable ambiance make La Vecchia a local culinary destination that's both date night-worthy and the perfect setting for a brunch with friends. Looing for superior sips? Be sure to check out their wine list!


La Carnita – Mexican

Photo Courtesy: La Carnita

La Carnita takes their love for tacos to the next level. All of their signature dishes are on the menu (like Voltron-sauced cod tacos, Mexican street corn and ceviche tostadas) and are joined by a roster of exclusive recipes created by their head chef. This location also boasts a 65-seat, wrap-around patio and the atmosphere is as iconic as the food.


Khau Gully – Traditional Indian

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Traditional Indian dishes with an elevated presentation – enter Khau Gully. "Khau" translates to "eat," and "gully" translates to street, which reveals street food influences. Their ambiance also reflects this in bright, detailed murals of street life and palaces in India. All dishes are lightly spiced – nothing too spicy, oily or heavy – just genuine good eats.