A New Unique Taco Restaurant is Coming to Oakville
Every year towards the end of summer the Canadian National Exhibition (CNE) comes to Toronto. Founded in 1879, the CNE (originally known as the Toronto Industrial Exhibition) is one of the top 10 agricultural fairs in North America.
At the CNE attendees can enjoy rides, games, and of course food. And one of the many food establishments that has become popular at the CNE over the years is Far East Taco - an establishment that sells Korean BBQ tacos and Kimchi fries.
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The CNE was once the only place where foodies could find these incredible tacos but now that’s all changing.
Far East Taco is coming to Oakville.
And although a firm opening date has not yet been released, a location has.
Far East Taco will be located at 519 Dundas St. W. in Oakville - in the Dundas Market Square Plaza.
We will provide updates on an exact opening date when they become available.
Will you be trying Far East Taco when it opens?
Editor’s Note: A previous version of this article stated that Far East Taco will be located at 493 Dundas St. W. in Oakville. Far East Taco will be located at 519 Dundas St. W. The article has been corrected, we regret the error.
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