One of my favourite things about living in Toronto is the mind-boggling variety of authentic ethnic restaurants that is available to us.
From Ethiopian injera to Trini doubles to Japanese ramen to Portuguese custard tarts to Korean barbecue, you can travel around the world without ever leaving the city limits (and in some cases, all in the same neighbourhood!)
Vietnamese food, in particular, makes regular appearances on the rotation, and not just because some of the best pho and banh mi joints in town are a short downhill bike ride away.
(Though, to be honest, I'd probably go even more often if it wasn't for the fact that the short downhill ride there means there's a much longer uphill ride home, which feels extra-long when you've got a belly full of pho.)...