If you like to try a variety of different foods from different cultures make sure you visit Kensington Market. Starting in the summer to the fall Kensington Market in Toronto closes it’s streets on Sundays from 12pm to 7pm so, you can enjoy walking along the streets and tasting the treats!
Casava fries and codfish fritters from (French Caribbean Cuisine) were pretty good. The spicy sauce is a good match for the fritters.
I like taste testing different things along the many restaurants in Kensington Market and the mini empanadas from Jumbo Empanadas is a good sample size for this Latin American pastry.
One of my favourite desserts is a churro. Churros are made fresh and fried in Kensington Market and they can be filled with 3 types of sauces usually, chocolate, Dulce de Leche and caramel and are usually sprinkled with sugar.
Event: Pedestrian Sundays in Kensington Market, Toronto, Ontario, Canada
When: Sunday May 25, June 29, July 27, August 31, September 28 and October 26, 2014 (12-7pm)
Where: Kensington Market is located in downtown Toronto on several streets south of College St., west of Spadina Ave., north of Dundas St. and east of Bellevue Ave.