Pho Hung Vietnamese Restaurant is a hot spot and is Chinatown's most popular Vietnamese restaurant. Translated, the name means Hung's Soup and while lines are long, this is definitely no soup kitchen. You can delve here in different soup-based entrees. Another is a variation of fish stew that floats a deep-fried fish ball in a shellfish broth.
Located on the Queen Street West in Chinatown, Banh Mi Boys' popularity relies solely on the select Korean and Vietnamese delicacies that are served at a considerably lower price. This small, crammed shop is a great place to start off on the East-Asian culinary route as it offers tastefully prepared lemongrass tofu, traditional five spice pork belly sandwich and steamed bao. The flavors are authentic and the preparations never fail to impressing even the most discerning foodie.
Lahore Tikka House is a no-frills restaurant where flavor rules. This busy eatery is flocked by families and large groups. Their North Indian and Pakistani style menu comprises of barbecues (tandoor), biryanis and curries. These include dishes like Lahori Beef Kabab, Lahori Chicken Kabab, Tawa Fried Fish, Chicken Tikka, KarahiGosht (Lamb), Butter Chicken, Aloo Gobi (Potatoes and Cauliflower), Dal Gosht, Chicken Biryani and Lamb Biryani. Round off your meal with a lassi, kulfi or falooda.