momo crawl toronto

Toronto gets its first ever momo crawl

Toronto is set for its first momo crawl, as a group of Parkdale restaurants have banded together to show off this staple of Tibetan cuisine. Here's how it works: for $20 you get a "momo passport" that buys you a sampling of momos at eight restaurants. You can then vote for your favourite in the hopes of crowning Toronto's momo king.

Participating restaurants include, Himalayan Kitchen, Lhasa Kitchen, Loga's Corner, Norling Restaurant, Om Restaurant, Shangrila Restaurant, Tibet Kitchen, and Tsampa CafĂŠ.

The crawl goes down in Little Tibet on Sunday, July 26 between 11am and 8pm, which should give you plenty of time to feast on momos. Just make sure you pace yourself. It would be a tragedy to get to six places and then lose your steam.

You can buy tickets to the event via the affiliated Tilt campaign.

Photo of Loga's Corner


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