The opening of Kub Khao Thai Eatery in Scarborough is a game changer. Before this, good Thai food used to be something we had to schlep to the downtown core for, all while suffering through interminably long subway rides, incessant track work delays or slow-moving streetcars. But not anymore! Now we get to contend with the bus system!
Presently, Kub Khao is in a plaza at Birchmount and Sheppard with a striking view of the gas station. Scenery aside, this little restaurant and take out spot, promising lemongrass-scented coconut curries, caramelized grilled meats (the kind with the burnt crispy edges–yum!), pad thai and noodles, warm soups (khao soi, tom yum) and all sorts of heavenly goodies (fried chicken, curry puffs, chicken toast, etc), has so much variety on the menu that it’s almost impossible to settle on just one thing. This means repeated visits will be very, very necessary.
Am I already in love with Kub Khao? Yes. Yes, I am.
2 thoughts on “Toronto Eats: Kub Khao”
Birchmount and Sheppard? I know the intersection and the gas station 😉
Thanks for the recommendation. I love Thai and will definitely have to check it out!! 🙂
I don’t think you’ll be disappointed! Let me know what you think! 😀 🙂
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