A Brand New Look for a Lo­cal Favourite!

North Toronto Post - - Best Of North Toronto & Forest Hill 2018 - C’est Bon

The in­spri­a­tion for open­ing my restau­rant back in 2000 was my mother, Won­der Chen! Her hard-work­ing spirit taught me never to give up. Even through­out all of the seem­ingly end­less ex­per­i­ment­ing that led to cre­at­ing award-win­ning recipes, my mom al­ways en­cour­aged me by say­ing that all of my hard work would be re­warded with good things. One of the most unique things about the restau­rant is the name, C’est Bon, it means “it’s good” in French. It's quite an un­con­ven­tional name for a Chi­nese restau­rant but it re­lates to the great­ness of the cui­sine and my Tai­wanese-French back­ground. We spe­cial­ize in au­then­tic Szechuan cui­sine with se­lect pop­u­lar Thai dishes and cus­tomer favourites are plen­ti­ful at C'est Bon. Among them: Gen­eral Tsao's Chicken, Crispy Gin­ger Beef, Seafood Can­tonese Chow Mein and of course, the award-win­ning Sweet & Sour Chicken. The restau­rant is most well known for its Basil Chicken which is pre­pared in a home­made sweet soy sauce with gar­lic, gin­ger and gar­den-fresh basil. Our veg­e­tar­ian cus­tomers are in luck as well as we have a wide va­ri­ety of op­tions on the menu in­clud­ing a braised tofu dish with shi­take mushroooms. There is some­thing for evey­one at here C'est Bon!!

Own­ers, Steve & Won­der Chen

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