Best comfort food cooked by a grandmother or multi-generational family
I read this on the Bourdain discussion and thought it would make a great thread:
"I would really love to see Bourdain cover Toronto's food scene for what I think is our strongest asset: Hundreds (thousands?) of grandmothers from all over the world cooking simple dishes, and passing on a love of food to the next generation. There aren't a lot of cities in the world where you can taste the "signature" comfort dish from dozens of cultures all in one weekend."
As I mentioned in that link, my little girl is 19 months, and digging all kinds of diverse food. I would love her to experience the cooking of not just 2 - but 1000's of grandmothers!
Thanks Underdog Rally for the inspiration as I am back on the board after a hiatus (aka. mat leave).
I will start with my suggestion: Tacos El Asador (Bloor and Clinton)
El Salvadorean, yummy, cheap and cheerful. 3 generations work there. Used to live right around the corner and totally miss it!
Tacos El Asador
690 Bloor St W, Toronto, ON M6G1L2, CA