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Cuisine type

  • Malaysian,
  • Asian,

Atmosphere

  • Casual,

Languages Spoken

  • English,
Location
94 Ossington Ave, Toronto, ON M6J 2Z4
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Opening Hours *Holiday hours

Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday
Friday
Saturday
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Rates:

  • $26 To $60,

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Ratings & Reviews - Soos

How would you rate this business?
March 20, 2022

Can't recommend enough! the Vegan "feed me" is sublime.

Ambiance: 5/5

Cuisine: 5/5

Service: 5/5

March 20, 2022

Fantastic food & service as always :)

Ambiance: 5/5

Cuisine: 5/5

Service: 5/5

March 17, 2022

Was great to be back !!

Ambiance: 5/5

Cuisine: 5/5

Service: 5/5

March 13, 2022

The tasting menu was absolutely amazing!

Ambiance: 5/5

Cuisine: 5/5

Service: 5/5

March 13, 2022

Always one of our favourite nights out. Staff was incredible, food was incredible and we’ll be back for sure

Ambiance: 5/5

Cuisine: 5/5

Service: 5/5

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Best family-style dinner in Toronto

Best family-style dinner in Toronto

Soos is a Malaysian restaurant where meals are served family-style all the time! Whether you order from the small plate or large plate menus, all the items on the menu at Soos are meant to be shared. The ‘Feed Me’ menu is family-style favourite, and features a selection of the most popular dishes.

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Great spots on Toronto’s Ossington strip

Great spots on Toronto’s Ossington strip

Soos offers authentic Malaysian cuisine in a modern setting. With an innovative menu that offers traditional dishes alongside more street-style food, mostly in smaller-sized portions, for sharing. Pork belly pancakes and Char Kway Teow are highly recommended.

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The best restaurants on Toronto's Ossington Avenue

The best restaurants on Toronto's Ossington Avenue

You have to admit, when watching The Amazing Race; part of you secretly wants to try the street food that makes up at least one challenge during every leg. You won’t be offered crickets on a stick here, but you will get a chance to see what Malaysian street food is all about. They use hormone-free meat to make dishes like nyonya oxtail braise, beef short rib sliders and seared duck breast.

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