kal and mooy

Another Toronto food truck plans to open a restaurant

Like the Feisty Jack, Gourmet Gringos and Food Dudes before them, it looks like Kal & Mooy is about to go bricks and mortar. Toronto's first East African food truck has announced plans to open up a permanent eatery at 238 Queen St. West, setting up shop in the Queen St. Market alongside Bakeryhaus.

Set to open February 1, the restaurant will give a permanent home to their menu of Somali street foods, which include sabaya flatbread wraps, stewed meats over rice, samosas, and homemade hot sauces. The truck will still be on the road when the summer weather hits - until then, you'll be able to warm yourself up with some East African home cooking.


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