Bombay Street Food specializes in bringing you the cuisine and flavors of traditional Indian comfort food.
Mumbai (also known as “Bombay”) is a culinary delight for any traveler. As there are myriad of cuisines in India, similarly Mumbai has a delightful variety of food. Some of the recipes have originated in Mumbai itself like pav bhaji, vada pav, ragda pattice, bhel puri, sev puri, various veg pakoras, mumbai toast sandwich, omlette pav, and bhurji pav.
Last April, sisters-in-law Seema & Amreen Omar founded Bombay Street Food, bringing to Toronto some of the amazing variety of traditional street foods found in Bombay (Mumbai). Not only are all their dishes, from the chutney to masala blends, homemade and authentically spiced, but they also use primarily local and organic ingredients, sourced directly from farmer’s markets and only 100% organic and halal meat from Blossoms Pure Organics.
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, 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, and at festivals and pop-ups around the city.
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