After having gained great popularity over the Pandemic with its take-out options, SUNNYS CHINESE just opened a week ago in Kensington Market as an actual dine-in restaurant. Its sister restaurant, MIMI CHINESE already is seeing its reservations calendar booked up for months ahead and this latest celebrated entry into Toronto’s booming food scene looks also to be on its way to success.
It’s hard to believe Chef and Co-Owner David Schwartz just turned 30-years-old and already has stamped himself as the City’s most buzzed new culinary figure. He grew-up eating a lot of Cantonese cuisine, thanks to his adventurous parents and dining at Pearl Restaurant on the Harbourfront was a weekly ritual for his family, with memories bonding over food as his mother fell ill, a tradition that continued even after she passed.
The ambient spot is situated near the back of an unsuspecting mall at 60 Kensington Avenue in Kensington Market, combines nostalgia and a modern sensibility. Schwartz explores regional Chinese fare and even cut his teeth in his work and travels throughout Southeast Asia, understanding flavours of the different locales. So you’ll find lots of chilies and intense flavours through his deep understanding of the cuisines and his commitment to authenticity of the regions. Dishes are prepared with love, constructed and curated thoughtfully, making it little wonder why Toronto’s diners are responding enthusiastically. This is Chinese food like you’ve never had it. Cocktails are sophisticated and bold. The Desserts – only two options – are incredible.
See a real of highlights from our phenomenal meal at Sunnys Chinese.
More on SUNNYS CHINESE here.
(Photo/video credit: Mr. Will Wong)
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