If there is an equivalent to a fast-paced, casual Hong Kong–style diner in Chinatown, this would be it; here you'll find cheap, honest, and authentic food. In bright and clean surrounds, communal diners enjoy heaping bowls of congee and customized noodle soups, including the best fish balls and shrimp dumpling bowls in town. Rice dishes are also a filling specialty, the best of which, fuk-kin, tosses fried rice together with shrimp, crab, scallops, chicken, and egg. The beef fried rice noodles and lo-mein are also must-eats.
309 Spadina Ave., Toronto, Ontario, M5T 2E6, Canada