Fun Fun Fun at the Food Fair…

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Staying true to my Harbourfront ritual I hit up ONE LOVE for some classic BBQ Corn to kick off my Veggie Fest. There were a lot of great booths. But after walking about the Fest the next mission became apparent. Dessert! It was easy to find. Samples and treats were everywhere… Champ of the day???…Sweets of the Earth!!! The Vegan Cakes!!!. Trust me, these are simply AMAZING, and that’s coming from somone who doesn’t usually like vegan cake. Of course there were Tofutti Cuties and Popsicles (for 50 cents whoohoo…) but these could not stand up to SotE cake…

After this my crew ventured north to Buddha’s Vegatarian for dinner, to continue our Veggie fest theme. (Thanks to Mr. Antic for his forensic evidence – #35 prior to it’s total demise.)

STUDENTS:
Get your pens and papers ready. Take note. Buddha’s Vegetarian should be on the top of your list of restaurants. Best value for your money and great food for your mind and body. (I most heartily recommend #35 – Singapore Curry Vermicelli… Though the Imitation duck with hot sauce is an not too distant second…MMMM)

666 Dundas St. W. (Dundas East of Bathurst)
Toronto, ON
M5T 1H9

Wednesday to Sunday: 11:00am – 8:00pm
Tuesday: CLOSED

2 Comments so far

  1. Mei Ling (unregistered) on September 16th, 2006 @ 9:43 pm

    You’ll never find a dish called “Singapore Curry Vermicelli” in Singapore…I know because I’m Singaporean =p


  2. swoononeone (unregistered) on September 17th, 2006 @ 3:55 pm

    I’m not a expert on Singaporean Cuisine but I figure the name is based on the type of noodle used in the curry dish. No matter what the origin…IT’S A VEGETARIAN GREAT DISH (better than the “usual” served style at other non-veggie restaurants as there is no egg or pork)



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