Hey Noodles’ Markham location is the most recent installment of the China-born franchise, with its first Canadian restaurant opening in the downtown core. There are also locations in Scarborough (open since 2016), North York (open since 2017), and Richmond Hill (2018). Hey Noodles boasts tradition embellished with a modern twist, bringing classic Chinese comfort food to Canada.
Pho Viet Xpress is by far the best pho we have ever had. The restaurant specializes in Vietnamese dishes, but also has lots of Thai options. The pricing is dirt cheap for the portions, but the amazing quality of the food is undeniable.
Hub Sushi is a popular spot for Japanese food in Thornhill serving up delicious a la carte dishes.
On the lower level of Hogan's Restaurant, you will find a lively yet cozy pub with a special pub menu in addition to Hogan’s upstairs menu.
hai room has delicious food for every Thai craving as well as cocktails, and staff is super friendly and knowledgeable about their food. Thai Room Dufferin also does takeout and participates in DoorDash and Ritual, so you don’t even have to leave the comfort of home to enjoy yummy Thai dishes.
Ay Caramba, Eh! is located in Vaughan and serves up Mexican/Latin American goods with a Canadian Twist.
Beside a bustling, perpetually packed plaza sits a breakfast joint with lots of natural light and high ceilings. The interior is very welcoming, just like the name, and staff is friendly. The place is closed on Mondays, but open every other day during the week until at least 3, sometimes 4.
Dal Moro’s started in Venice in 2012 with Chef Gabriele Dal Moro. The brand aims to provide fast, casual food that is simple and healthy. It has recently opened in the Vaughan Mills food court.
Limitless Bar N Grill is Thornhill’s newest up and coming restaurant. Here, you will find a Chinese/Filipino spin on bar classics, and some delicious and insta-worthy drinks.
Stepping into Laudurée Toronto is like being instantly transported to a cozy, luxurious European tea shop. If you avoid looking out the window at the hustle and bustle of Yorkdale mall, you might be able to convince yourself you really are in France enjoying one of its famed foodie establishments. Walls are a bubble-gum pink and tables in the tea salon are a white marble. To the left of the entrance, you are immediately greeted by the sight of Laudurée’s world famous macaron selection, which contains permanent flavors as well as some seasonal ones.