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Month-long AsialiciousTO festival launches this Friday

Month-long AsialiciousTO festival launches this Friday

Month-long AsialiciousTO festival launches this Friday

If you’re still mourning your cancelled Summerlicious reservations, the city of Toronto has news that’s sure to appeal. The inaugural AsialiciousTO Food Festival launches this Friday, offering deals on set menus at more than 100 Asian restaurants across the GTA until October 11, 2020.

Organized by the Federation of Asian Canadians Toronto with the support of the city of Toronto, the festival features special menus from restaurants and cafés across Toronto and the GTA. With menus priced at $10, $20 or $30, there are sure to be plenty of options for all-day dining, from casual snacks to three-course dinners. With many diners still avoiding indoor dining, due to COVID-19, each establishment will offer dine-in, takeout and delivery, provided exclusively by Chowbus.

Hanoi 3 Seasons

Pho from Hanoi 3 Seasons.

On September 11, a three-day-long carnival will kick off the AsialiciousTO festivities. In its second year, the Toronto Asialicious Carnival will be held at Woodside Square in Scarborough. A drive-in event this year, the carnival will feature a variety of performances and offer a range of food for sale, all to celebrate the diversity of Asian culture and heritage.

Lai Wah Heen

Dim sum feast from Lai Wah Heen.

With top spots including Lai Wah Heen, Hanabusa Cafe, Ramen Isshin, Casa Manila and dozens more to choose from, the AsialiciousTO Food Festival promises a delicious transition to fall, global pandemic, or not.

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Food Festivals Toronto

AsialiciousTO

Month-long AsialiciousTO festival launches this Friday

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Month-long AsialiciousTO festival launches this Friday

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If you’re still mourning your cancelled Summerlicious reservations, the city of Toronto has news that’s sure to appeal. The inaugural AsialiciousTO Food Festival launches this Friday, offering deals on set menus at more than 100 Asian restaurants across the GTA until October 11, 2020.

Organized by the Federation of Asian Canadians Toronto with the support of the city of Toronto, the festival features special menus from restaurants and cafés across Toronto and the GTA. With menus priced at $10, $20 or $30, there are sure to be plenty of options for all-day dining, from casual snacks to three-course dinners. With many diners still avoiding indoor dining, due to COVID-19, each establishment will offer dine-in, takeout and delivery, provided exclusively by Chowbus.

Hanoi 3 Seasons

Pho from Hanoi 3 Seasons.

On September 11, a three-day-long carnival will kick off the AsialiciousTO festivities. In its second year, the Toronto Asialicious Carnival will be held at Woodside Square in Scarborough. A drive-in event this year, the carnival will feature a variety of performances and offer a range of food for sale, all to celebrate the diversity of Asian culture and heritage.

Lai Wah Heen

Dim sum feast from Lai Wah Heen.

With top spots including Lai Wah Heen, Hanabusa Cafe, Ramen Isshin, Casa Manila and dozens more to choose from, the AsialiciousTO Food Festival promises a delicious transition to fall, global pandemic, or not.

Tags:

Food Festivals Toronto

AsialiciousTO