Toronto Airport Limo Service can take you to one of the most multi-cultural city in Canada. Some estimate that more than 50% of Toronto's population is foreign-born. Chinese, Italians, Greeks, Indians, Sri Lankans, South Americans, West Indians, Koreans and others have settled there, and more than 100 languages are spoken in the city. As you might expect with such a diverse population, Toronto has a number of interesting ethnic enclaves. The Chinese community has left a particularly profound mark on Toronto: There are three Chinatowns (though each contains additional Asian groups). The one on Spadina Avenue (between College and Dundas streets) has some popular restaurants and good bargain shopping; the one on Dundas Street, around the Art Gallery of Ontario, also has good shopping (but fewer restaurants); and the one around Broadview at Gerrard Street caters to a local residential community. There, fruit and vegetable vendors share the street with authentic restaurants.
The city also has two Italian communities: Corso Italia, on St. Clair Avenue West (between Lansdowne and Westmont), and Little Italy, on College Street. Little Italy has its share of traditional cafes and small restaurants. Greektown and The Danforth, centered on Danforth Avenue, is bustling with an eclectic mix of Greek owned and managed butcher shops, bakeries, cafes, hip boutiques, greasy spoons and home decor shops. Other ethnic neighborhoods include Roncescalles Village and Little Poland on Roncesvalles Avenue in Toronto's west end (bakeries, sausage shops); Koreatown, along Bloor Street West (herb stores, restaurants, acupuncture centers); Gerrard India Bazaar (Little India), on Gerrard Street East (specialty shops); and the two Jewish communities—Upper Village, which runs along Eglinton Avenue from Bathurst Street to Allen Road, and a community in North York along Bathurst Street (bookstores, kosher markets and delicatessens). A large portion of the Caribbean community's shops can be found in the International Market along Eglinton Avenue West (Jamaican patties, oxtail specialties, fashion)