Can we try an alphabet soup of world wide cuisines available here in Toronto?
Starting with the letter A.
Do any Hounds have tips about great places that serve typical cuisine from the countries listed above?
i know you closed the A list but if anyone is looking for good afghani catering, i often use the services of the sister of one of my coworkers. the only times i have had afghani food have been through catering, aside from that fast food type place on dundas (not too exciting for me there, as a vegetarian). anyway, her food is delicious, inexpensive (i think about $10 pp for catering, plus delivery charge of about $20 or so).. someone who is afghani confirmed to me that the food is very good as well when i asked him. if anyone wants the contact info, let me know and i can post it once i grab it from work.
there is also this community economic development catering business called afghan women's catering. the food is good but not as good as my coworker's sister's food.
OK Hounds! - the "A" window has closed. We are now on to "B" places.
Let's move on to good restauarants in Toronto that serve up food from the following countries:
Bosnia & Herzegovina
British Antarctic Territory
British Indian Ocean Territory
British Virgin Islands
I must admit, as avid a ChowHound as I am, that list of countries left me baffled. Of all the countries on that list that might have restaurants here in Toronto, I think Bangladeshi??? But where exactly I have no idea. I'd love to suggest the Little India strip (Gerrard East and Greenwood) but the food on the "strip" has gone sharply downhill, Not sure why..... they all use the most dreadfully cheap ingredients to make their "buffets" as affordable as possible. Is there a Bangladeshi gem I am missing out on somewhere in Toronto? I'm a Hound - I'll go anywhere so long as it's good chow!!
There's a Brazilian steakhouse on Danforth near Broadway.
For Bangladeshi, I've tried Anondo on Danforth at Vic Park. Limited menu, but what we had was quite good.
There's Motherhome Myanmar Cuisine on Bloor West for Bangladeshi. A few of the Thai/Malaysian/Laotian restaurants also say they do Burmese food.
Belgium - Goed Eten is quasi-Belgian, but since Cafe Brussel closed I can't think of a proper moule et frite and mushroom toasts Belgian soul food restaurant
Brazil - Caju, on Queen West and the Brazilian Rodozio place at Danforth and Broadview, used to be called "Red Violin" but has a new name, I'm sure there are others.
Burma - There used to be a Burmese stand in the food court on Front Street at Peter but I don't know if it's still there.
922 Queen St W, Toronto, ON M6J1G6, CA
188 Ossington Ave, Toronto, ON M6J 2Z7, CA