Since being named the 22nd-hottest resto in town in last week's NOW, A-OK Foods (930 Queen West, at Ossington, 647-352-2243, aokfoods.ca) has decided to open for lunch and dinner seven days a week. The kitchen's also added a few new dishes to the pan-global card. Crab banh mi ($16) and house-made wonton in soup ($11), anyone?
Rol San rolls on
Over in Chinatown, the paper comes off the windows at Rol San (323 Spadina, at St Andrew, 416-977-1128) on Monday (April 15), when the perennially popular dim sum spot unveils the results of its recent renovation. Let's hope they haven't removed the poster of Princess Diana from the back room.
Here's the beef
Named for the pricey rib-eye and not a Riviera cow town, brothers Chasen Gillies and Teo Paul's Côte de Boeuf (130 Ossington, at Argyle, 416-532-2333) has proven a foodie magnet since it opened late last month. House specialties include naturally raised meat, house-cured charcuterie and fresh duck eggs at a buck a pop.
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