Ex­cit­ing new eastern Euro­pean resto in 905

Plus a kids’ play­ground and gym open at lo­cal mall

Richmond Hill Post - - News -

Lo­cated in­side the Prom­e­nade mall, BZZ-E-Kidz is an in­door play­ground and multi-sport gym that gives kids the op­por­tu­nity to be ac­tive. With fam­ily mem­ber­ship and sin­gle play op­tions avail­able, par­ents are wel­come to bring their chil­dren here while they shop. BZZ-E-Kidz also has an af­ter­school pro­gram, where kids are en­cour­aged to be ac­tive. The staff here fo­cuses on en­cour­ag­ing an ac­tive life­style. Prices vary de­pend­ing on the day and ac­tiv­ity cho­sen (1 Prom­e­nade Cir., 905-886-5439).

Zuí Lá, a new restau­rant in Markham, gives its cus­tomers a taste of Chi­nese and Asian fu­sion cuisines. The dishes here in­voke tra­di­tional Asian flavours, with a va­ri­ety of hot pot dishes and en­trees packed with flavour and classic in­gre­di­ents. As­sorted fresh lob­ster noo­dles and home­made squid ball with hot and sour sauce are some of the dishes of­fered (115 Times Ave., Unit B2–3, 905-597-8803).

Re­fresh Well­ness, a clinic spe­cial­iz­ing in phys­i­cal ther­apy, opened its doors with a spe­cial event on Sept. 29. Ser­vices of­fered at this clinic in­clude chi­ro­prac­tic treat­ment, phys­io­ther­apy and reg­is­tered mas­sage ther­apy. It also has a med­i­cal doc­tor spe­cial­iz­ing in sports in­juries (2180 Hwy. 7, Unit 16, 905-709-4772). Eastern Euro­pean flavours with a modern twist have ar­rived to Rich­mond Hill. Stroganoff Restau­rant of­fers classic eastern Euro­pean favourites such as beef stroganoff (of course) and baked sal­mon. This restau­rant has some­thing for all taste palates. A large se­lec­tion of sal­ads and other dishes give veg­e­tar­ian cus­tomers some de­li­cious op­tions as well (10 Head­don Gate, Unit 2–3, 905-780-7575). In the mood for some bar­be­cue? Mucha­chos Grill

Canada should be the next restau­rant you visit. The newly opened spot has a unique menu, of­fer­ing dishes in­spired by east African flavours. Cus­tomers can en­joy Mishkaki chicken and beef, served with Peri fries or per­haps just a plain old cheese­burger. Meat lovers will have plenty to choose from at this restau­rant, and the prices are very rea­son­able, and it’s open late! (426 Ma­jor Macken­zie Dr. E., Unit 1, 905237-8479).

All You Knead has opened its first lo­ca­tion in Vaughan, of­fer­ing the same de­li­cious baked goods the com­pany has of­fered on on­line. It has cus­tom cup­cakes, birth­day cakes, wed­ding cakes and many other fes­tive cakes, as well as cake pops and cook­ies. The ul­ti­mate goal of the staff that works there is to make any idea a cus­tomer may have into an ed­i­ble piece of art (9505 Keele St., 905-553-5500).

L–R: Ethan Das­sas and Daniel Opert from BZZ-E-Kidz

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