Yes, it exists. This is a pretty decent dining experience in terms of food quality and authenticity. Shanghainese style food. Try the beef in bread wrapped in foil (there's a better name for it). Staff could be friendly but visit for the food.
A “fantastic selection” of “authentic” Chinese eats (including “soup dumplings from heaven”) gives chopsticks “a real workout” at this “popular” chainlet; sure, service can be “spotty” and seating often “cramped”, but the “reasonable prices” and “consistent” quality mean they’re often “bustling.”
Asian Legend has a large menu of banquet dishes and every time I go I think about trying a new dish - but never do. I always get the usual suspects because not only are they not easy to find foods, they are just so superbly done. First up on the list is always the steamed soup filled juicy pork dumpings ($5.50), or to mix things up, the steamed soup filled juicy pork and shrimp dumplings... more
The food at this restaurant was pretty average. They had a nice variety, but the quality was just like every other restaurant out there. The service though was terrible. They would not even look or speak at you, they would just nod their head for your order. And when you would ask what something is, like meat floss (which was... more
Asian Legend plays on the paradigm of traditional Chinese cooking in a shimmery modern space, and it works: come on a Saturday night and the line is out the door, as young Chinese expats and multicultural Torontonians shuffle in front of the restaurant on the Dundas strip, many of whom will tell you that they grew up going to one of Asian Legend’s locations around the GTA. Northern cuisine but... more
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