An ode to traditional Morrocan cuisine, La Cuisine d'Izza is the newest eatery on Bernard street, one that offers flavours unseen elsewhere on the street. Named after the owner's grandmother Izza, La Cuisine is slinging traditional Morrocan dishes like keftas, merguez plates, and a selection of tagines, with a special brunch selection served pretty much all day, everyday. Being able to enjoy shakshuka at 9pm is a concept you'll only be able to fully appreciate once you've had the chance to do it.
HarBin Dumpling Mile End
Named after the capital of the Heilongjiang Province in northeast China, which is famed for its amazing dumplings, HarBin continues its namesake's tradition of delicious dumplings while being pretty darn affordable too. You can get simple chicken, beef, shrimp, or veggie dumplings by the platter for around $10, with your choice of having them boiled, fried, or steamed, which is a great deal in comparison to the pricier restaurants to be found in the Mile End area. More creative dumpling creations are also available for you to enjoy, like spicy chicken red curry, light egg and chive, and beef and fresh coriander, with fried noodle dishes also available for those who don't only want dumplings as a meal.