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Enjoy College Street and come to this restaurant. Order dishes of Chinese cuisine at DaiLo. At this place, guests may try good edamame, fried wontons and chinese pork. Order tasty watermelon salads, ice cream and crumble. This spot offers delicious chardonnay, beer or absinthe among its drinks. It's nice to taste great tea, vietnamese coffee or chocolate frappe.

This restaurant is well known for its great service and friendly staff, that is always ready to help you. You may be surprised by low prices at DaiLo. The divine decor and cool atmosphere let visitors feel relaxed here. The popularity of this place was rated 3 stars by Frommer's specialists, you see, it is really worth a visit.

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user_Sam Tran
Ordered tasting menu for four. Quite creative . Good value. Enjoyed most dishes but there are one or two misses. The service was good but the gap between dishes can be a bit long. Still highly recommended
user_Javeriah Farrukh
Consistent food, good portions. Have tried the Burmese tofu , Whole Giggie Trout, and their tasting menu. The Whole Trout was the best. It’s crispy on the outside and served with three different sauces. The only negative is that they don’t rotate their menu much and not a lot of options to choose from after the first few times. Would not recommend the tasting menu; they’ve got the same items on it as the regular menu.
user_Cathy C.
One of favorite culinary highlights while I was in Toronto was a meal at DaiLo. They have so many dishes I wanted to try but I was also planning on going to the bar/restaurant next door for some tapas - I found myself in big dilemma: so much to eat, so little stomach space! DaiLo is an New Asian restaurant. It means "big brother". They have influences from China, Philippines, Burma, Singapore, etc. I knew my top 2 must-tries: truffle fried rice, and octopus tacos. The fried rice doesn't have any meat so, I had to get a protein. Each dish on their menu is meant for 2 people. The server understood my dilemma and told me they can do half portions. So, I went with truffle fried rice, octopus tacos, and duck. As I was reviewing my itinerary for the next day, out came the amuse bouche. And as if that wasn't enough, the chef sent a chicken wing my way. Probably one of the best and tastiest chicken wings from an Asian restaurant I've had. Everything was as good as I had imagined. The truffle fried rice had truffle shavings and not just fairy dust of it. The duck was tender and had a smokey flavor to it and the accompaniments paired well with the duck. The octopus tacos were my favorite - lightly breaded and fried - simple, soft and had enough flavor. Instead of a tortilla, the shell is a thinly-sliced jicama. I knew I was in trouble when the server told me what they had for dessert. I had to get the white chocolate champorrado (Filipino). Champorrado is basically sweet chocolate rice with the consistency of porridge/ congee/ risotto normally eaten with salty dried fish or by itself. DaiLo's version uses white chocolate, sprinkled with cocoa powder topped with tuile. Yum! So, I didn't have the space for tapas after. And it was alright. The service was fantastic! It wasn't just my server but other servers and the manager were checking on me as well. The space is rather small. You have to reserve a table.
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Asian, Chinese, International, Vegetarian options
ClosedOpens at 5:30PM
$$$$ Price range per person CAD 31 - CAD 60
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Get directions 503 College St
Toronto, Ontario, Canada
503 College St, Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Сredit cards accepted Outdoor seating Delivery Takeaway Booking Wheelchair accessible Parking
Opening hours
SundaySun 5:30PM-11PM
MondayMon Closed
TuesdayTue 5:30PM-11PM
WednesdayWed 5:30PM-11PM
ThursdayThu 5:30PM-11PM
FridayFri 5:30PM-11PM
SaturdaySat 5:30PM-11PM

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