Toronto may be a long way from Korea, but you’d never know it from the authentic cuisine at Koreatown’s Korean Village Restaurant. This intimate, family-owned restaurant is a perfect spot to bring your own family, with cozy booths and ample room for high chairs and booster seats. Known for its Korean barbecue, the kitchen marinates its chicken, steak and pork for over a day before cooking it in front of your eyes at your table’s grill. The kids will be thrilled with the smoke and sizzle, just make sure you keep an eye on the little ones’ curious hands. While you watch the magic happen, a steady stream of appetizers arrives at your table, including the restaurant’s famous fish cakes. A local favorite, Korean Village Restaurant is also internationally renowned, with a wall covered in photos of celebrity guests. You’ll even find a few Canadian Olympians among their ranks, although they’re not wearing their uniforms. After all, bibimbap stains are hard to wash out.