Eat More, Help More
Over the next month, our new delivery partners SkipTheDishes & UberEats will be donating a portion of their sales to one of our local Long-Term Care homes, Mon Sheong, for their COVID-19 relief. So the more delivery you order from Salad King, the more you'll be helping our community!
If you'd like to donate directly, you can do so here.
We will be open for Take-Out and Delivery only during the Toronto Public Health mandated shutdown.
- Sunday: CLOSED
- Monday: 11:30AM - 8:30PM
- Tuesday: 11:30AM - 8:30PM
- Wednesday: 11:30AM - 8:30PM
- Thursday: 11:30AM - 8:30PM
- Friday: 11:30AM - 8:30PM
- Saturday: 11:30AM - 8:30PM
Stay safe and collectively lets beat this thing!
Introduction: Halal options on our menu
Halal options are now available on our (almost) entire menu with "Halal by Hand" chicken. Please ask your server for more details. NB: Our web menu will be updated soon to indicate which dishes can be made Halal.
We will be OPEN on Saturday, May 16th. We will be closed on Sunday, May 17th & Monday, May 18th! Stay Safe everyone!
Long Live the King
Did you really think we could fit 25 years of history on a tablet?
Did you really think we could fit 25 years of history on a phone?
Picture it: 1981. Raiders of the Lost Ark is a box office hit. Olivia Newton-John is getting “Physical” on the FM dial. And thanks to Jane Fonda and the fitness craze sweeping the continent, salads are allll the rage. On a quiet day on Gould Street in Toronto, a King is born.
Ernie & Linda, who had never worked in a restaurant before, began to transform the kingdom into the Thai utopia we know and love today. Changes included upgrading to a slightly less horrible PA system, importing and perfecting traditional Thai recipes, and painting the walls bright pink.
After perfecting favourite dishes like their homemade curries, Evil Jungle Prince and their legendary Phud Thai, and finally giving up on a PA system, Ernie and Linda had finally found a recipe for success: award-wining interior design and more people to deliver their friendly service.
Finally, after over 8 months of silence and uncertainty, Ernie and Linda announced the return of Salad King, and the people rejoiced. Perched on a throne high above Yonge Street, mere steps from the former location, the new Salad King was bigger, bolder, and tastier than ever before.
Today, thanks to the ongoing support of the kingdom, Salad King hosts over 1000 guests per day. Feeding a mix of students from the neighbouring Ryerson University campus, shoppers from bustling Yonge Street, business people from nearby offices, and fans from across the globe.
It's hard to believe it's been 25 years since Ernie and Linda took over.