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Best Vietnamese food in Toronto?

jademonkey | Feb 24, 200901:12 PM     12

I just got back from a month-long stay in Saigon. I ate homemade Viet food almost everyday, with the occasional local place thrown in. Coming back to Canada has made me extremely picky. I say no to a lot of foods I used to eat all of the time. I'm eating almost exclusively Asian foods. I know I'll get used to western fare again, but for the time being, I really need some good Vietnamese food.

Preferably on the more west and south of the city. So Bloor and down, please.

Specifically does anyone know where I can get a good seafood or vegetarian banh mi.

Also some vegetarian Bún bò Huế. I know it's a beef dish, but if I can get it veg. in Vietnam, I should be able to here, as well.

Not so into the pho, but more rice and veggies and fish and different noodles.

If anyone has suggestions, thank you so much!

Oh, also, where is the best sugarcane juice in Chinatown?

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