is an important street in Toronto, Canada. It was located in Toronto's Chinatown, and later evolved into the Toronto "Wall Street." 1967 Immigration Act abolished national quotas (quota) system; Canada began the development of multicultural policies to attract many non-white immigrants. Most of these immigrants gathered in Toronto, Vancouver and other metropolitan areas; one third gathering in Toronto. Early influx of immigrants from Hong Kong, when Chinese restaurants are rare, in order to integrate into the local food culture, some Chinese restaurants have been offering different Chinese and Western cuisine, this way, gradually formed a unique local characteristic. The director had been travel to Bay Street and really loves the local food culture, so that use the Bay Street as café name.