There was a lot of eating to be done, so soon after 8 we sat down. Conversation was easy – the group was similarly educated and similarly adventurous. We were shut up with the arrival of the first course: Paneer Kathi Kababs. This is an Indian style crepe that originated as street food; with mashed paneer cheese, garam masala and a host of fresh spices. It simulated our senses and prepared our stomachs for the feast...

This evening proved to me that Toronto is indeed a city filled more with potential friends than strangers. It is worth it to step out of the restaurant scene and into a new home filled with people who all want and appreciate the same thing: good, honest food. Which is all of us.

Courtney Sunday