Malabar Food Festival 2010 on May 1st & 2nd 2010

Venue: Maroli Restaurant, 630 Bloor St. West (Bloor and Bathurst)

TORONTO, April 26 /CNW/ - Maroli Hosts 3rd Malabari Food Festival in Toronto. The Malabar region of India lies along the southwest coast of the Indian peninsula and forms the northern part of the present-day Indian state of Kerala. Maroli holds the distinction of being the only Malabari/Kerala restaurant in Toronto.

Maroli will showcase savoury items from Malabar and allow visitors to taste unique Malabar cuisine, which has been influenced by Dutch, British, French, Portuguese and Arab culinary arts from various regimes in the 17th through 20th centuries. Another interesting feature is the abundant use of coconut, coconut oil, mustard seeds, curry leaves, and coconut milk.

A $30.00 entry fee allows foodies access to this unique Indian culinary excellence with Malabar being showcased. This exotic experience is open to the public from noon to 10 pm on Saturday May 1st and 2nd at Maroli, Toronto's only Malabari & Indian restaurant.




For further information: For further information: Naveen Polapady, Tel: (416) 483-5393, RSVP:

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