The Assembly Chef’s Hall is an 18,000 square-foot food and drink emporium located at 111 Richmond St W in Toronto. Within, 17 Assembly chefs serve up signature dishes with an 18th spot serving as a rotational pop-up for chefs to test new concepts at the space. The loft-like space is opened 7 days a week, and has plenty of seating and incredible eats; making it a perfect spot for breakfast, lunch, or dinner.
On January 25th, 2018, the Assembly Chef’s Hall made a grand debut with an official launch party with complimentary self-serve dishes presented by all 17 Assembly chefs.
The launch party was well organized, the food portion was generous, everything was super delicious, and the vibe was “happening”!
One of my favourite dishes was from Chef Paul of Love Chix who served fried chicken with honey hot sauce and buttermilk ranch, with a side of crispy Brussels sprouts with lemon and grana padano. The drumettes were juicy with a killer sauce that’s spicy and sweet!
Fried Chicken from Love Chix
As a huge fan of Shoushin, Chef Jackie Lin opens up two must visit spots including Shari (IG @shari_toronto); a restaurant focused on charishi, as well as Tachi (IG @tachi_toronto); Canada’s Canada’s 1st stand up sushi restaurant.
Video of the Assembly Chef’s Hall Launch Party:
Check out the short video to see a sample of what every chef served during the launch party, and take a glimpse of the space. Remember to share my video, and to SUBSCRIBE!
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* Disclosure: I was invited to the launch party with food and drinks complimentary but was not asked to write a review. All opinions are my own.
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