Archive for 'Sarah Efron / Spice City Toronto'
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.
"Wedding-size buss-up-shut roti" is as epic as it sounds.
At a midtown flea market, Guyanese cuisine awaits hungry customers.