At Zyng, you can construct your own dish by picking your noodles or rice, picking your meat or protein and picking your veg. They put it all together into a sort of stir fry with your choice of sauce, curry or otherwise.
Personally, I tend to forgo the above for the big Prince's Won Ton Soup, which is really vermicelli noodles and gyoza-like dumplings (NOT true won tons) in a clear broth. It's low-fat, yummy and warming, especially when it's freezing out. It's not at all spicy, so I tend to add soy sauce and hot sauce from the table caddy. It also fills me up and costs (with tax and tip) about $10, which seems like a fair price.
Even at high noon, Zyng isn't crowded and you can get a table or a seat at the bar looking out the windows. Going there allows me to take advantage of my full lunch hour (they're fast), to feel like I'm having a civilized meal sitting down, and to read my book interrupted.
Here's a little tip if you're in a hurry: when you're done and ready to leave, don't wait for your bill. Just walk up to the cash to pay. It saves time and the staff don't seem to mind. They seem to appreciate it.
Zyng Asian Market & Noodlery
730 Yonge Street
Toronto, ON M4Y 2B7
*Photo by Lali Masriera from Stock Xchng.