Onara Onara Restaurant  


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Date Added: February 10, 2006
Address: 648 Bloor ST W, Toronto
Phone: (416) 536-5908

Nearest Major Intersection: Bloor St W & Bathurst St


Reservations Required: N/a
Delivery: No (or n/a)
Dress Code: N/a


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Anonymous Overall: June 29, 2006
3 out of 3 people found this review helpful. I went with 2 friends, one of whom had just come back from 1.5 yrs in Korea, so he was looking for authenticity as well as just good food. Apparently it was EXACTLY the same as what you'd get in Korea. Very tasty. We shared the Korean dumplings, good except there some spicy sauce should have come with them, but they'd run out. A little pricey at $1 each too. I had Bulgoki (stir-fried beef & veg), one friend had kimchi & tofu soup, and the guy who'd been in Korea had Spicy beef stew, which looked amazing with glass noodles, and I think egg floating around in it. Both the soups/stews were very spicy but good (and huge portions, we couldn't finish it between us), whereas my beef was not spicy - again, it should have come with a side of the spicy sauce they'd run out of, but was very good nonetheless. We also had a Korean beer each, though I thought this tasted no different from local or American nondescript bottled lagers.

Good friendly service. One problem was they have photos of the menu items with the Korean name written phonetically in English underneath, but on the menu they only have the name in Korean symbols, with an English description of what's IN the dish, but not its name... so it's a little hard to match them up. Luckily my friend can read Korean, but I'm sure the waiting staff would help you choose. They do expect that many things will be too spicy for westerners though, when in fact they were no spicier than the hotter Indian dishes.

I recommend this place.
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