Seema and Amreen Omar from Bombay Street Food are back as our Pop-Up Showcase for the month of July. They’ve prepared traditional Indian comfort food with a prix fixe option to try everything.
Dahi Puri $5
Crispy puris are stuffed with potatoes, moong daal, smooth yogurt and delicious chutneys. Topped with sev and dry spices, this is a flavour explosion from the streets of Mumbai.
Bhel Puri $5
This is the most commonly sold street food on the streets of Mumbai. Almost every street has its own friendly bhelwala with his inimitable blends of chutneys and masalas. Bhel is a savoury combination of puris, puffed rice, sev, onions, potatoes, raw mango and chutneys.
Puri Combo plate $7
Chicken Frankie Roll $10
Another street food staple, kathi rolls are flaky soft rotis dipped and fried in egg then stuffed with spicy chicken, onions, cabbage and a special tomato & onion sauce, seasoned with turmeric, coriander, garam malsala. On the side, chutney and a Burmese salad: cabbage, noodles, garlic, chickpea flour, tamarind, coriander, onions
Paneer Bhurji Frankie Roll $10
This is our vegetarian kathi roll – filled with soft paneer, potatoes, seasoned onions, cabbage and a special sauce not all that different from chicken. Served with chutney and a Burmese salad: cabbage, noodles, garlic, chickpea flour, tamarind, coriander, onions
Falooda with Kulfi $5
A refreshing layered summer dessert in a glass. Rose syrup, milk, falooda noodles, basil seeds and pistachio/almond ice cream are combined for a beautiful and fragrant sweet treat.
PRIX FIXE MENU $20
1 Starter + 1 Main + 1 Sweet
COMBO PRIX FIXE $22
Combo Starter + Combo Main + Sweet
Seema Omar was born and brought up in Mumbai, but after moving to Toronto, she really missed the exciting flavours of traditional Mumbai-style street food snacks. Together with her sister-in-law, Amreen Omar, and they decided to start a new venture —Bombay Street Food— to introduce Toronto to this delicious and diverse cuisine.
Sourcing most of their produce from farmers’ markets, their combination of authentic flavours, organic halal meat, and fresh, local and seasonal produce has been a huge hit at farmer’s markets, food festivals, special events and pop ups around the city.
You can find them at the East York Farmer’s Market (850 Coxwell Ave.) every Tuesday until October 28th from 8am to 2pm.
Follow Bombay Street Food on Facebook http://www.facebook.com/bombaystreetfoodintoronto
or Twitter @bombaystfoodto
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