Archive for 'Sarah Efron / Spice City Toronto'
Hidden away at the back of a plaza, Haddad’s Mid-East Bakeries serves up tasty Lebanese favourites.
Kaiju might be hard to find, but it's well worth the effort.
Sri Lankan cuisine has tended to be hard to find downtown, until now.
Kensington Market has a new Jamaican chicken shop to rival anything in the suburbs.
King Place mimics the name, look, and food of a well-known Pakistani joint.
In one of downtown's last ungentrified neighbourhoods, an exceptional Ethiopian restaurant.
Toronto's Somali community has been having a difficult time in the press lately, but a Rexdale restaurant provides an eloquent rebuttal.
A Thorncliffe Park halal grocer sells hard-to-find foods a mere stone's throw from downtown.
Silk Road, in Etobicoke, is constantly packed with diners who love its spin on northern-Chinese cuisine.
Al Premium, on Eglinton Avenue East, carries food from all over the world.
A new restaurant offers a Middle Eastern take on brunch.
A semi-legendary Iraqi-Israeli restaurant known for its freshly baked bread has finally opened up a branch south of the 401.
From a Dundas Street food stall, some damn good lamb skewers.
Gandhi's roti is a downtown staple. Now, it has a cousin in Mimico.
A restaurant so humble, it doesn't have a phone (or even a conspicuous sign) lures customers with cheap, tasty Jamaican eats.
There's great roti to be had in Richmond Hill.
The landlocked central-Asian country has a culinary outpost in North York.
A west-end restaurant serves up a crispy, savoury Brazilian treat.