Assembly Chef's Hall allows diners to taste and experience flavors from 17 of Toronto's best chefs, restaurateurs and baristas. The food hall trend has already made a lasting impact on cities like Manhattan, Austin, Miami and Portland, but this unique Canadian iteration celebrates the flavors of Toronto with multicultural expressions all in a single location.
While the appeal of the Assembly Chef's Hall is clearly on the food, the design of the space should also be noted. Equipped with dimly-lit chandeliers, dark stained wood tables and an in-house DJ, the space transforms past a regular food court and becomes a unique dining experience. The space is also home to a 52-foot mural painted by Toronto's own Kathryn Macnaughton.
Those looking to dine at the Assembly Chef's Hall can enjoy the vast offerings which span multiple cuisines and flavors. Toronto favorites like DaiLo, Ramen Isshin, Mira Mira and Bluenose Lobster are featured prominently, while Tokyo Smoke and Bulldog Coffee offer up artisanal coffee. The food hall also features an accompanying app that gives users rewards for ordering through it.
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