Mildred’s Temple Kitchen opened with a heartfelt philosophy. They love food, people and the simple pleasures of life: their temple is the place where they practice their devotion. You’ll ﬁnd seasonal fare, prepared with reverence for its source, and served with pleasure. Mildred’s Temple Kitchen is the reincarnation of Mildred Pierce – a different body [...]
My Little Dumplings: Globally Inspired Flavours, Handmade Locally The world is your dumpling. Folded little morsels of comforting goodness, Bashir’s dumplings are his way of connecting with the world at large because, in the dumpling, we find each other. Chef Bashir Munye is part of a new generation of Toronto chefs who are inspired by [...]
Chef Dan Sanders from Globe Bistro returns to the garlic festival this year with Roasted Garlic Game Pot Pie and Fall Slaw
Hooked is a different fish store. Sourcing fish from both Canadian coasts, the Great Lakes, and small responsibly managed fish farms, they believe that small boats, responsible fishing practices and more direct relationships between fisher and consumer are the ONLY way to move forward. At the Toronto Garlic Festival they’l serve Cornmeal Crusted Ontario White [...]
Michael Kash and Chef Ron Raymer have been in the restaurant and catering industries for a combined 70 years. Together they opened Smoked & Cracked on Mt.Pleasant in July 2013. Their Chowders, Lobster Rolls, and smoked fare have been gaining notoriety since the day they opened. Chef Raymer “… just might be the most talented [...]
Jamie Kennedy Kitchens focuses on excellence in local, seasonal, sustainable gastronomy. At the Toronto Garlic Festival they will serve their famous Fries with Garlic Inspired House-Made Mayonnaise.
Dali Chehimi is from Tunisia (North Africa) and started Casbah in 2012 as food-to-go specialized in North African food including Couscous, Tagines, Merguez (Halal lamb Sausage) and Camel burgers and Sliders. He managed Petrossian New York, Cucina and Rosborough’s restaurants under Chefs Arpi Magyar and Elaina Asselin. He was Maitre D’ for Michael Carlevale at [...]
Liko’s Hawaiian BBQ brings the island style plate lunch to the GTA through catering and special events. They are working on starting their own restaurant. At the Toronto Garlic Festival they will be grilling Garlic Chicken Skewers, Hawaiian Pork Skewers and Kalua Pork on a Bun.
Limonana’s mission is to surprise, delight and refresh the whole family with a natural, delicate and elegant beverage, locally made, that carries the ethical qualities of a lovingly crafted product, genuinely thirst-quenching, pleasing and soothing. Their mission is also to educate consumers and promote the health benefits of making better choices. Their menu for the [...]
Lamesa Filipino Kitchen’s mission is to help promote Filipino cuisine to the mainstream. All of their cooks are Filipino and grew up in Toronto. They know what they know about Filipino food from their parents. They’ve gone to culinary school, and have worked in some of the best kitchens in the city and are now [...]
Thistletown Collegiate is a Toronto area high school intent on making a difference. Led by Culinary instructor Keith Hoare, the students are working on raising 75% of the funds required to send 18 students on a Culinary journey to Spain & France in 2015. Chef Keith believes that a student’s economic situation should have no [...]
Eudora Foods was created to help everyone make everday foods a little more exotic. They make handmade sauces, marinades, chutneys and hot sauce using natural and organic ingredients as well as local ingredients when in season. They try to preserve the local harvest while showcasing the exotic flavours of India. At the Toronto Garlic Festival [...]
For over 16 years Magic Oven has been making uniquely delicious pizzas, pasta, salads, wings and desserts in their award winning restaurants. Their one-of-a-kind ingredients combine local, organic and fair-trade ingredients to suit any diet. Visit their restaurants and experience a meal that’s truly ‘made to nourish your body and soul. At the Toronto Garlic [...]
The Spice Chef Sanjiz Mathews was born in Kerala, India in the Malabar region. He has worked in the hospitality industry in India, the UK, and Canada. He takes a fresh approach to traditional Indian cooking by blending perfectly measured spices that allow anyone to create time-honoured Indian dishes without the hassle and waste of [...]
Gushi is here to serve Japanese street food in Toronto. This is their 3rd year in the Toronto Garlic Festival. At the Toronto Garlic Festival they are serving their famous Gushi Chicken and new dessert Duu (Japanese pancake pie).
Mauritius is a small paradise in the Indian Ocean, mostly a melting pot of cultures and tradition. La Marmite Mauricienne is a catering company serving the unique Mauritian Naan kheema and a variety of other dishes. They are proud to bring their tradition inspired, island food to Canada. At the Toronto Garlic Festival they are [...]
Birchwood Butters Roasted Corn brings together local Ontario corn, Ontario butter and Ontario garlic to deliver one of the tastiest and most sumptuous roasted corn experiences available in Toronto. Once you try their roasted corn with flavoured butters such as roasted garlic, garlic and basil butter and truffle & rosemary butter you’ll see why they [...]
Babi&Co aim to re-create traditional Indonesian street foods by using fresh and local ingredients, while still keeping the intense and traditional flavours that Indonesian cuisine has to offer. Sharing their food at different pop-up events around Toronto, Babi&Co. appears at the Toronto Garlic Festival again this year serving Sate Babi (charcoal grilled pork satays with [...]