From biryani to daal poori, East Danforth restaura

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Ismaila Alfa: Before we get to the restaurant, can you tell me more about rice row?medical_research?

Suresh Doss: Rice row, as I’ve heard it referenced by localsNathan Denette, it’s an evolving patch of the Danforth starting just east of Pape. From Donlands, and east from there. Just as you leave Greektown with the sign above your head, you’re entering this really interesting part of the city?where cultures are seemingly intertwining and evolving. And there is this repetitive motif of rice dishes presented in a variety of ways.?

Ismaila Alfa: Tell me more.?

Suresh Doss: There are a handful of Pakistani restaurantsThe provinces are reporting 360,819 new vaccinations administered for a total of 11,158,636 doses given. Nationwide, Latin American restaurants, Ethiopian restaurants. So you will see rice that is presented alongside stewed meat or vegetablescan operate with 15 per cent of their fire code occupancy and allow for people to remain distanced from each other.. In many cases, you will see rice that has been cooked with the protein and spice like Biryani, for example. There’s more rice here than any other street in Toronto. And when you cross Main Street, you’re welcomed into Little Bangladesh, which is this community that has been growing for the last 12 years or so with convenience stores and restaurants.?

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