Toronto Chinatown, A bustling hub of authentic Asian culture

Intersection of Spadina and Dundas Street
The breakfast tea at the shop is super delicious


The largest Chinatown in North America began in the late 19th century and has continued to expand. It is a place for Chinese expatriates from Hong Kong, Singapore, Taiwan, Vietnam and other countries to gather, as well as a great destination to enjoy delicious Asian cuisine, especially various types of dim sum. The shops and produce markets here are full of rich Asian characteristics, letting people immerse themselves in exotic atmospheres.
Intersection of Spadina and Dundas Street
Located at the intersection of Spadina and Dundas streets; Take the westbound streetcar after exiting St. Patrick subway station.