Wonton Deals in Toronto
Celebrate a profusion of Asian delicacies amidst the hustle and bustle of Yorkville. Dine on Shanghai steamed dumplings, black bean shrimp, wonton noodle soup and more while basking in the company of friends and family.
Just like juggling tomatoes or representing yourself in a court case, cooking dinner is a nice activity to attempt every once in a while, but ultimately best left to the professionals. Leave mealtime in the hands of tomorrow's culinary stars with today's WagJag: $25 for a three-course prix fixe lunch for two people at The Chefs' House (a $50 value). This student-focused urban dining restaurant steps from George Brown College serves an innovative blend of seasonal flavours and ever-evolving cooking styles to vanquish noisy belly grumbles. The menu's delectable list of eatables is always prepared from scratch and adheres to the values of the Slow Food Movement, using local and sustainable ingredients. Sample their provisions with this prix fixe luch for two, offering a soup or salad, one main and one dessert to each individual. The menu changes weekly, but expect to be exposed to tempting plates like ginger-scented chicken wonton soup, butternut squash and barley risotto with toasted hazelnuts, lamp shepherd's pie, baked maple-glazed trout with warm lentil salad and mustard dressing and more. Guests at The Chefs' House get to watch their meals prepared before their eyes in the open-concept dining room, positioned in full view of the bustling kitchen space. The trendy downtown loft has a decidedly urban aesthetic, with exposed brick and wood paneling enclosing clean tables and modern accent lighting. Guests can also learn more about educational seminars and special events that extend culinary learning to the general public.