With patios back open, you’ve likely already treated yourself to a tasty burger or delicious tacos. But if you’re tastebuds are craving Thai eats, then our April cover star, Chef Nuit’s food is exactly what you now. The good news is, that get delicious cooking is now available at yet ANOTHER download location. You, you read that right…The Chef Nuit Empire continues to expand its Toronto footprint.
Recently, Chef Nuit took to Instagram to announce her new partnership @ The Fifth! A downtown Toronto pub, which is currently collaborating with Ballroom on the RendezViews ultimate patio. Chef is bringing back her well received pop-up menu, “By Chef Nuit” which features a delicious Pad Gra Prow Burger, Chicken Satay Poutine, Tom Yum wings, Crispy Fish Tacos and more… Taking over the patio menu @ The Fifth which include the East Side of the vibrant patio space called, RendezViews.
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The vibes and colourful Ambience at RendezViews perfectly pair with Chef Nuits flavourful foods.
Chef Nuit menu offers a wide range of mouthwatering meals, that are both vegetarian and vegan friendly. The Thai flavours on this menu are out of this world all ranging from $20 and under! Stop by for a quick drink, a good meal, and great time at The Fifth’s East Side tables @ RendezViews, while you still can.
If you’re in fishy find of mood try Chef Nuit’s Crispy Fish and Fries. This dish features panko-crusted basa filets that have a light and crispy textured coating. Served with fries, mild chayote slaw, and top it off home-made tartar sauce.
You can’t go wrong with Chef Nuit’s Holy Basil burger, it even has a beyond meat substitute available. Indulge in this 6-oz beef basil burger patty topped with creamy mozzarella sautéed in red peppers and onions. To top off this succulent burger is a Thai-style fried egg and sriracha sauce in-between a toasted sesame seed bun.
Or try the Thai inspired Tom Yum Wings, with flavours that are so incredible. This Thai style chicken is tossed in Chef Nuit’s Tom Yum seasoning and makrut lime leaves, Serrano chilli, and Tom Yum Oil. All is paired with carrot and celery sticks as well as Tom Yum sour cream for dipping.
What do classic dishes tacos, wings, burger, nachos, and poutine all have in common? They are all things you’d want to eat while enjoying a drink with friends on the patio.