One of the benefits of living in Toronto is having food from around the world within walking distance. But why walk when you can have it all in one place? Gordon Chow takes you on a pan-Asian tour of street food with stops in Taiwan, Myanmar and the Phillipines.
Stop 1 – TAIWAN
Pork Belly Bao – roasted pork belly, kimchi fuji apples, pickled carrots/daikon, cheese mix, hoisin
Beef Short Rib Bao – marinated short rib, kimchi ketchup, crispy bacon, slaw with chili soy vinaigrette, kimchi, cheese mix
Mapo Tofu Bao – Fried bao, spicy tofu chili – vegetarian
$4 ea. -or- 3 for $10
Stop 2 – MYANMAR
Ohn-No Khao Swè – coconut curry broth, egg noodles, soft boiled egg, fish balls, fried shallots, thai chilies
Stop 3 – PHILLIPINES
Taho – Sweet tofu with Tapioca pearls
(plain, mango or lychee)
#vegetarian and #gluten-free option available
+$1 for gluten free substitutions
PRIX FIXE MENU
2 Bao + Soup + Taho
Gordon Chow established Lucky Cat Canteen (formerly Fat Buddha Street Food) in early 2015 after graduating from George Brown College. An experienced chef with a passion for turning popular global street food into innovative, cosmopolitan dishes.
Every Friday The Depanneur is an ‘open mic’ night for culinary talent in TO, where we invite guest cooks, amateur or professional, to come and make their favourite dishes.