Rexdale is a neighborhood of Toronto, Ontario, Canada, located in the north-western side of the city. Rexdale is a part of the former city of Etobicoke that was merged into Toronto in 1998. In present, it is surrounded by four other neighborhoods: Smithfield, Clairville, The Elms and Kingsview Village.
Rexdale was named after a local developer's dog, which was named Rex. The neighborhood is well known in Canada, thanks to a youth TV series called How To Be Indie in which the action takes places in Rexdale. If you visit Toronto, do not forget to pay a visit to Rexdale, too, because it has its own great attractions.
Faley Restaurant opened in Rexdale in 1999 and is one of the greatest restaurants in Toronto. The menu is based on the dishes of the Indian Hakka and Chinese cuisines. According to the locals, this eatery is one hot spot of the neighborhood. If you want to try the most delicious plates that you can find at Faley, order Cantonese Crispy Chow-Mein, Hakka Beef Chow-Mein and Kung Po Shrimps.
Mandarin is a restaurant opened in Rexdale since 1979. The objective of the owners of this eatery is to offer daily fresh and delicious food to customers and in order to be in top of their preferences they changed the menu several times through the years. If you are not in the mood to stay in the restaurant, you can enjoy the take-out and benefit of a 10% discount at all orders of more than 20 dollars.
Hamdi is a one of a kind restaurant of Rexdale. Hamdi is specialized in African cuisine, precisely in the Somali cuisine. This eatery had a great success since its opening because it was and still is the only restaurant serving this kind of specialties in Rexdale. Try Ugali, Wasalad and Chicken Stew.