Archive for 'Sarah Efron / Spice City Toronto'
A Dupont Street takeout joint makes Indian roti that is bound to satisfy.
A new restaurant appears poised to introduce Toronto to a type of Caribbean fare this city has seldom tasted before.
An unassuming diner with a fancy name serves up Filipino cuisine with its milkshakes.
Market 707, Toronto's shipping container-based marketplace, did a little spring cleaning, and now its food offerings are more diverse than ever.
A Scarborough storefront specializes in tastes of home for hungry Newfies and Maritimers.
An enormous Brazilian burger includes four kinds of meat, and a lot else.
An unusually good Malaysian, Indonesian, and Singaporean restaurant is reborn.
A downtown restaurant makes a multi-course Vietnamese classic.
At a strip mall in Markham, customers flock to a shop that serves massive Tamil meals on banana leaves, to go.
A new east-end café makes First Nations comfort food for an aboriginal clientele.
A Cabbagetown bakery is an emissary for Sri Lankan cuisine.
A Persian night spot makes succulent lamb and perfect rice, around the clock.
A Scarborough restaurant serves great chicken from a not-so-great storefront.
A supermarket offers a taste of pure nostalgia to middle easterners.
A former Coffee Time is now a magnet for Toronto's Haitian community.
Ever wonder where all those Jamaican patties for sale at newsstands come from?
A Bloordale restaurant makes a South Indian specialty in the some of the pinkest surroundings imaginable.
In North York, a single strip mall caters to all your Iranian-food needs.