The only problem is that I ordered ribs. Large ribs cost about $25, and most of them are fat, which is a waste of money. The price is a bit expensive, but this is a good place to buy Korean food.
The owl restaurant in Toronto’s Chinatown is quite famous. It belongs to Michelin in Toronto. The main recommendations are Korean roast pork and pork bone soup. After eating it once, it feels okay, the price is not too expensive, and the service is better.
This OWL OWL restaurant in Toronto’s Chinatown is a Korean restaurant located at 280 Spadina Avenue, Toronto, ON M5T 3A5, very close to the University of Toronto. The pork bone soup and kimchi fried pork belly are super delicious, served with rice, and the spine is very stewed. Tasty, good service, neat and clean environment, great!
Very homely cuisine. Near Korea Street. No wonder the waiters in the store have many Asian faces. tasty. The roasted chicken leg is very sweet. The muscles are very tender. Canadian ice wine is sweeter. I like it very much. The cod is also super tasty.
Owl’s signature Korean ingredients are distributed in Canada. One of the branches of the restaurant opened by Koreans enjoys Korean barbecue. The environment is beautiful. Beef and lamb barbecue tastes good. It is delicious with Korean kimchi.