As part of its annual celebration of spice, Toronto's Aga Khan Museum is hosting the second annual Curryfest. After the success of last year's festival, the curry-themed event is back with an even bigger lineup of vendors from across the city.
Curryfest will take place on Saturday, April 9th at the Aga Khan Museum. Admission for the event is $10 and includes free access to the museum after normal visiting hours. In addition to browsing the beautiful exhibits, guests can also sample savory dishes from vendors such as Rickshaw Bar, Bombay Street Food Co., Little Sister, Indian Street Food Co. and more. With a wide variety of curries to choose from, the event is fun for guests of all ages.
With so many different cuisines offered throughout the city, Curryfest provides a perfect opportunity for Torontonians to sample dishes from all over the world.