Turkish café chain MADO is set to expand its Canadian footprint by opening a new location in Toronto.
The Turkish café will welcome its guests on 22 September 2023 at CF Shops at Don Mills.
This is the brand’s third location in Canada, and the new restaurant will serve guests breakfast, lunch and dinner options.
MADO owner Asif Karimov said: “We are excited to open the doors of the newest addition to the MADO family to the Don Mills community in Toronto.
“Our new location promises to bring the same delicious flavours and warm hospitality that MADO is known for and we can’t wait to share our culinary delights with our guests.”
MADO’s new location’s menu ranges from breakfast platters to freshly made baked goods and baklava, aromatic coffees and teas, as well as its signature Turkish ice cream.
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Its breakfast set and signature Iskender Kebab are some of the dishes which will be offered at the restaurant.
MADO was established in Turkey in 1850 as an ice cream parlour and later as a pastry shop. It opened its first store cafe in Istanbul in 1992.
MADO is currently a family-run business with approximately 400 locations worldwide.
Last September, Gulf News reported that MADO had opened its ninth branch in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) at Dubai’s Dubai Hills Mall.
With a capacity to accommodate more than 100 guests, the restaurant claims to offer “authentic Turkish food and vibes.”