This year’s lunch is about highlighting the global flavours found in Toronto's suburbs. From Brampton to Scarborough, food writer Suresh Doss has curated a selection of mom and pop shops that serve up authentic food from all corners of the world.
Toronto’s multicultural food prowess is best experienced when you leave the downtown core and visit the various micro neighbourhoods. Nearly every corner of the globe is represented in strip malls and tucked away shops, where mom n’ pop shops double as portals to cuisine from a specific time and place. The goal of the lunch program is to bring this uptown culture to the city.