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    June Favourites

    Walking up to Pow Wow Cafe is grossly underwhelming. The tiny brick building in Kensington Market would stand out to no one without seeking it out. Seating no more than 12 inside, with an additional 20 outside, this small-but-mighty restaurant doesn’t even have a website. Have to pee? You’ll have to take a walk through the kitchen to get to the bathroom. What counts is the food, though, serving up massive portions of Indigenous-inspired grub like fry bread tacos and chilli with cedar or strawberry soda, all ordered off of a wooden plank menu. If you’re in the area, this is a most unique restaurant that you should check out.…

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    May Favourites

    , sister restaurant of Pai, is a small, neighbourhood restaurant serving up Northern Thai and Laotian flavours. Though we’ve been to Pai many times in the past and love it, we tried Sabai Sabai this past month and found the same charm and wonderful flavours there that won us over. If you’re in the Union Station area of Toronto and haven’t tried Pai yet, try it. If you’re in the Bloor-Yonge area, check out Sabai Sabai. Either way, you wont be disappointed. is a casual, pub-like restaurant in Liberty Village with a large patio out front. Though it’s a bit of a trek for us to get to, we tried…