Kowloon Restaurant

Kowloon Restaurant

Kowloon Restaurant

Address: 5 Baldwin Street,
Toronto, ON, M5T 1L1, Canada
Phone: (416) 977-3773
Fax: N/A
E-mail: N/A
Website: N/A
Reservation: Make a Reservation
Delivery: Order Online
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BBQ Pork Bun
Hot and Sour Soup
Pork or Shrimp Dumplings (4 pc)
Spring Roll (crispy or veggie)
Sticky Rice with Leaf
Won Ton Soup
Vegetables and Tofu
Bean Curd with Sliced Chicken
Braised Bean Curd (click for more info...)
Braised Mixed Vegetables (click for more info...)
Braised Spicy Bean Curd (click for more info...)
Crispy Stuffed Bean Curd (click for more info...)
Eggplant and Bean Curd (click for more info...)
Stir-fry Mixed Vegetables
Szechuan Specialities
Beef in one of Four Styles (Hot dish) (click for more info...)
Chicken in one of Four Styles (Hot dish) (click for more info...)
General Tso's Chicken (Hot dish)
Hunan Eggplant (Hot dish)
Orange Beef (Hot dish)
Orange Chicken (Hot dish)
Pork in one of Four Styles (Hot dish) (click for more info...)
Shrimp in one of Four Styles (Hot dish) (click for more info...)
Thai Dop Voy (Hot dish) (click for more info...)
Seafood Entrees
Chili and Salt Baked Mixed Seafood
Chili and Salt Baked Squid
Crabs (Vancouver) (click for more info...)
Double Lobster (click for more info...)
Fried Mixed Seafood in Phoenix Nest
Mixed Seafood in Black Bean Sauce (click for more info...)
Mixed Seafood with Snow Peas
Scallop with Snow Peas
Shrimp in Black Bean Sauce (click for more info...)
Shrimp with Cashew nuts
Shrimp with Lobster Sauce
Shrimp with Snow Peas
Shrimp with Veggies
Sweet and Sour Shrimp
Chicken Dishes
Crispy Fried Chicken
Deep Fried Chicken Wings
Diced Chicken with cashew nuts
Fried Boneless Chicken in Lemon Sauce
Sliced Chicken (click for more info...)
Sliced Chicken in Phoenix Nest
Sweet and Sour Chicken Balls
Fried Rice
Diced Chicken Fried Rice
House Special Fried Rice
Minced Beef Fried Rice
Mixed Vegetable Fried Rice
Shrimp Fried Rice
Steamed Rice
Beef or Pork Dishes
Filet Mignon Cantonese style
Fried Pork Loin (click for more info...)
Honey Garlic Spare Ribs
Salt and Spice Pork Loin
Sliced Beef (Bean Sauce) (click for more info...)
Sliced Beef (Vegetables) (click for more info...)
Sliced Beef with curry sauce
Sweet and Sour Pork with pineapple
Rice and Noodle Dishes
Fried Noodles Cantonese style
Fried Noodles with mixed vegetables
Fried Noodles with seafood
Fried Noodles with sliced beef
Fried Noodles with sliced chicken
Fried Rice Noodle (click for more info...)
Fried Rice Noodle (Hot) (click for more info...)
Fried Rice Noodle (with sliced beef)
Fried Rice Vermicelli (Hot) (click for more info...)
Dim Sums
Special 1 (click for more info...)
Special 2 (click for more info...)

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