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Hidden Gem Eateries to Discover in Richmond Hill

Any foodie worth their salt will tell you: all the best places to eat aren’t on the lips and on the lists of every eater around town. Rather, it’s the lesser-known little spots, loved and cherished by locals, where you’ll find a city’s most delicious bites. Read on to find out where to eat in Richmond Hill.

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Jim Chai Kee Noodle

Located in a strip mall on West Beaver Creek Road, Jim Chai Kee Noodle is best-loved for its noodles, soups and shrimp wontons. The menu isn’t extensive but also doesn’t need to be: whatever you choose to order, you can’t really go wrong.

Where: 270 West Beaver Creek Road



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Little Saigon

For a bowl of pho that won’t disappoint, head to Little Saigon on Yonge, where the broth is perfectly balanced and full of beef flavour. Their vermicelli bowls are equally worth the trip, topped with shredded carrots, roast pork, herbs and plenty of crunchy peanuts.

Where: 9625 Yonge Street, Unit J



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Restoran Malaysia

Torontonians have been known to head across town to Richmond Hill to enjoy authentic Malaysian food at this local favourite, where the laksa is always hot, the roti fresh and the curries perfectly balanced.

Where: 815 Major Mackenzie Drive East



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Haru Sushi

Get your sushi fix at this local go-to, which does all your classic (albeit westernized) rolls plus a host of creative takes on the classics. Try the Rich Roll, which combines shrimp tempura with avocado, fish eggs and Japanese crabstick, topped with spicy salmon and crunchy tempura flakes.

Where: 10 East Wilmot Street



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Yummy Korea

From kimchi fried rice to beef bulgogi, bibimbap, kalbi ribs and more, head here for Korean classics and then some. They offer weekly lunch specials and have plenty of options for non-meat-eaters, too.

Where: 10231 Yonge Street



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Amy’s Fish & Chips

When it’s fish and chips you crave, Amy’s is sure to satisfy. The batter at this little spot is light and crispy, giving way to flavourful haddock and always served atop a mound of thick-cut fries. Don’t skip out on the homemade slaw.

Where: 1285 Elgin Mills Road



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Aneal’s Taste of the Islands

If it’s jerk chicken you crave, there is no better destination in Richmond Hill than this Caribbean eatery. But you’d be remiss not to sample the rest of their offerings, from the curry goat to the oxtail stew and excellent roti.

Where: 10220 Yonge Street


Richmond Hill has more than its fair share of gems to discover, whether it’s Korean you crave, some Caribbean heat, fish and chips, sushi, noodles or belly-warming soups. Just make sure to bring a healthy appetite.

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