Tour the world without leaving your neighbourhood

 

Toronto is a fabulous multicultural city. From food and fashion to furniture, there is major international influence here. When you call Village Green your home, you can enjoy the world right at your doorstep. Here are a few nearby places where you can discover something exotic in your neighbourhood.

 

Morning Star Furniture

Morningstar Trading Co Ltd Toronto

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ou have to take a look at the exquisite array of unique and beautiful furniture at Morningstar (621 Yonge Street). For almost fifty years, Morningstar has been your neighbourhood gateway to the beauty of India. The store was a clothing and fashion business for their first 25 years. After that, Morningstar moved into the furniture space. Stop by their showroom, Monday through Saturday from 10:30 am to 7:30 pm, and Sunday from 12 pm to 6 pm. You can also shop online for quality pieces of solid wood furniture and finely upholstered chairs, with exceptional attention payed to carving, colour and detail. Morningstar can bring beauty and craftsmanship to any room in your Village Green home.

 

Maska Yorkville

Maska Toronto

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Maska Yorkville (55 Avenue Road) makes it easy to get the latest looks from the runways of Milan, without having to wander far from home. Everything at Maska is imported from Italy and is ready to wear. Maska is always on the lookout for the latest trends and fashions. They make it easy to stay on the cutting edge of European fashion, nearby.

 

Kinka Izakaya

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Kinka Izakaya (398 Church Street) is a great local spot to enjoy excellent and authentic Japanese cuisine. An izakaya is a Japanese pub. The word Izakaya translates literally as “stay sake shop”. It’s a place to sit, settle in, sip sake, share some food and share some time. Transport yourself while you treat yourself to amazing and interesting small shareable plates. It’s the perfect way to connect with friends over fantastic cuisine and a few drinks.

 

The moment you step inside Kinka Izakaya you’ll feel as though you’re dining in Japan. Why limit yourself to simply sushi? Kinka offers an authentic dining experience that goes well beyond it. Executive Chef Ippei Iwata has created a blend of modern and traditional dishes to share.  The restaurant is open daily for lunch from 11:30 am to 2:30 pm, for dinner Sunday to Thursday from 5 pm to 12 am, and Friday and Saturday nights from 5 pm to 1 am.

 

Stop by and share an authentic Japanese experience.

 

Galleria Supermarket Express

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Whether you are looking for a taste of home, or you want to expand your culinary horizons, Galleria Supermarket Express (558 Yonge Street) is the spot to shop. This small Korean grocery store also offers a selection of delicious hot and cold prepared foods. From rice, fresh seafood, meats and produce, to packaged snacks and products you may not be able to find anywhere else, this is the shop. Expect Korean favourites like Binggrae Banana Flavoured Milk ($7.99) , Emart Onion Chips ($2.19), and Cone Corn ($2.29). Come by hungry and leave happy.

 

Adam’s Shawarma

 

When you’re in the mood for the delicious taste of the Middle East, Adam’s Shawarma (78 Wellesley St East) is your scrumptious source for late-night Lebanese fast food. From falafel and juicy shawarma to a fresh salad bar, you’re sure to satisfy your halal hunger with an abundance of affordable meal options. You can easily dine in or take-out from here. Pay them a visit (almost) anytime. They are open daily from 8 am until 4 am.

 

Thai Fantasy Restaurant

Thai Fantasy Restaurant Toronto

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Make your tasty Thai dreams comes true at Thai Fantasy (578 Yonge Street). This simple storefront restaurant may not catch your eye if you’re not looking for it. The atmosphere is simple and comfortable. They’re not trying to impress you with the ambiance because the food is impressive enough to speak for itself. You can dine-in, takeout, or order online for delivery. From soups and salads to curries spiced to suit any taste, you’ll leave satisfied. We recommend the Vegetable Spring Rolls ($5.45), Mango Salad ($9.95, made with fresh cilantro, fresh lime juice, palm sugar, peanut, bell pepper and red onion), and House Pad Thai (starting at $9.95 for the veggie). Everything is made according to traditional Thai recipes.

 

Nando’s Bay Street

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Nando’s is a chain of Afro-Portuguese flame-grilled chicken restaurants. The secret is their spicy PERi PERi style chili sauce. The food may be spicy, but the atmosphere is pretty chill.

 

If you’re new to the wonders of PERi-PERi, why not start off with a little nibble of PERi-PERi Nuts ($4.25) — a spicy and satisfying selection of almonds, cashews and macadamias. It’s sure to stoke your fire for more. Whether you prefer legs, breasts, skewers or Grilled Chicken Livers ($11.25 with 1 side, $13.25 with 2 sides), you can’t go wrong. Choose your chicken, then choose your delicious sides. Their menu boasts salads, spicy rice, corn, coleslaw and more. It’s time to wake up your taste buds.

 

Take a tour of the world without leaving your neighbourhood. It’s just one of the many advantages of living at Village Green.

 

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