Toronto winters won’t be noticed when I stay at the Sheraton Parkway Toronto North again and again.
We have given up staying in downtown Toronto: traffic and parking are dreadful and many of our favorite parks for strolls and restaurants for indulgence are in the suburbs. This time we are staying within a few block radius of many superb Chinese restaurants in Richmond Hill/Markham. Not just Cantonese, there is also a great Shanghainese and Beijingese in our orbit, both regional cuisines that are hard to find with any authenticity in the typical overseas Chinatown.
Or we don’t even make it outside. The Sheraton Parkyway is a large complex of towers, many ballrooms and a small shopping center with an awesome food court serving local businesses. A mini Singapore hawker food centre of Chinese and Southeast Asian foods. Prices are rock bottom.
The lady at Superlicious is particularly alert and friendly at the sight of any diner. These pictures were taken mid-afternoon on a Saturday so the place was quiet. Most vendors close on Sunday.
What Sheraton can top this? Do any others in the world have on-site bubble tea?