Daisy Sun in Toronto
Diversity has always been the defining feature of a quintessential Toronto experience. The sight inside a TTC vehicle during rush hour is one that no doubt exists only in a handful of other places around the world. Each morning, persons of every ethnicity pile themselves onto subways, buses and street cars. Faces of every imaginable skin colour wears the same pre-caffeinated scowl.
Walking into a well-respected dim sum restaurant in Chinatown is like walking into a different world. All sounds are drowned out by the roar of Cantonese and the racket of service carts doing rotations around the room. The clatter of porcelain dinnerware and orders being called-out float above the thunderous rumble.Plates are shared without serving utensils. Tip is standard at ten per cent and leftovers are packed up by the customers themselves. Full Story