Your "Round the World" food tour is designed to provide a taste into the world of food from various countries. This guidebook will assist you to remember the foods you tasted and from what country they came from.
This Indigenous restaurant in Kensington Market is known for serving up tacos on Ojibway-style fry-bread called Bannock. Owned and operated by acclaimed chef, Shawn Adler, this rustic restaurant serves up dishes that delight the senses.
Do you know where the bagel was invented?Credit has generally been given to a Jewish baker in Poland. There are many different stories about the origins of the bagel but one thing remains, this delicious gluten-filled treat is pure goodness!
Irene, the owner of Jumbo Empanadas is a pioneer in Kensington Market as she was the first to open up a Latin American restaurant in the neighbourhood back in 1991. Since then, she has stayed true to her Chilean roots, serving up authentic eats!
A Caribbean island that has influenced the world over through their love of music, sports and food, this little shop in Kensington Market serves up all your West-Indian delights that will satisfy the stomach and soul.
Tibet Cafe and Bar has been serving up the Tibetan eats since 2008 and if you're fortunate, don't be surprised if you're having a meal with some visiting Buddhist monks. Get your taste from a land often regarded as the country "on top of the world".
Fika cafe is a piece of Sweden right here in Toronto. The word Fika literally means to take a moment to "stop and slow down" and to do it with a cup of coffee or tea, coupled with something sweet. Do you Fika?