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Mimi Chinese

$$$$

265 Davenport Rd, Toronto
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Mimi Chinese is the grown-up, fancier version of Sunnys Chinese, a casual and popular Kensington Market pop-up. The Four Foot Belt Noodle is coated in the restaurant’s signature Sichuan chili oil and comes with a pair of scissors for easy cutting, while classics like the simultaneously fluffy and crispy shrimp toast are perfect for sharing. The cocktails are equally fun, as the drinks come in ceramic mugs shaped like pandas and get filled with rum and baiji. All of it goes with the retro Chinese dinner club interior, complete with red velvet booths, black tables, and dim lighting, which is often filled with groups celebrating and ordering nearly everything on the menu.

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