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Toronto - Diversity at its best

BBC radio in one of its recent programs acknowledged the city of Toronto as the most multicultural city in the world. The multicultural title befits Toronto well, as over 140 languages and dialects are spoken here and more than 50% of its population is foreign born. The diversity and ethnic mosaic bring in cultures from across the world and plethora of food types and choices.

One of the benefits of living in a city as multicultural as Toronto is having endless dining options for traditional and delicious food from around the world. Greater Toronto Area boasts a variety of eating hubs, restaurants and bistros; the Chinatowns, Koreatown, Greek on the Danforth and Little Italy. South Asian community has its own special place with Indian, Pakistani, Bangladeshi, Sri Lankan and Nepali cuisines that offer distinctive taste, twists, flavours and spice.

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Faley Legend

Featured Restaurant

Established in 1999, in Toronto, Faley Restaurant serves authentic Halal Hakka Chinese Indian cuisine. This fine dining restaurant is known for its excellent food, value for money and customer service, and has built a loyal customer base over the years. Faley's special combo dinners and luncheon specials are equally popular among families and business customers. The restaurant boasts of the finest Manchurian and Szechuan dishes that Toronto has to offer in Chinese Indian Hakka Cuisine. Try it on our recommendation.

Kalonji Aloo
Recipe of the Week

Kalonji Aloo is a popular Desi cuisine with potatoes, fenugreek seeds and black cumin as its main ingredients. Potatoes are cut into small size and cooked in a saucepan along with fenugreek and black cumin seeds. Kalonji Aloo is cooked till the mixture begins to boil and the potatoes are well done. Turmeric powder and coriander leaves are added along with salt to taste. It is easy-to-make and mostly eaten with Puri.

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