Another restaurant festival is coming to the city and this time, we’re celebrating Asian local businesses and cuisine. AsialiciousTO is running for two weeks this September and over 100 restaurants are participating.

Similar to Summerlicious, AsialiciousTO is a city-wide event where restaurants introduce special menus with set price points.

The participating venues include “restaurants, fast food, bubble tea, cafes, bakeries, and food courts of different Asian cuisines in Toronto,” according to the event’s website.

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“Inspired by Summerlicious and Winterlicious, AsialiciousTO is an annual celebration of Asian food culture in Toronto where food lovers can sample hundreds of specially priced food and beverages for two weeks.”

The promotional menu deals are offered at three different price points — $10, $20, and $30.

You can explore the list of participating restaurants online, which you can search by category and neighbourhood.

As part of the event, there will also be an Asialicious Carnival held at Woodside Square in Scarborough from September 9 to 11.

The carnival allows the city to experience Asian culture and heritage through a variety of ethnic food vendors, live performances, and art showcases.


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 This year’s Asialicious Carnival is Hong Kong-themed and will feature a variety of HK street food, multicultural performances, lantern workshops, and more.

More details about the carnival will be announced on the event’s website closer to the date.

If there’s one thing Toronto loves to celebrate, it’s multiculturalism, and what better way to do that than by tasting delicious food?


Where: See participating venues
When: September 10-25, 20022