Does stuffing your face with delicious Tibetan-style dumplings sound like the perfect way to spend a Sunday?
Well, you’re in luck.
Students for a Free Tibet Canada is hosting Momo Crawl in Toronto’s Little Tibet — AKA Parkdale — on Sunday, July 28.
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The annual one-day event is promoted through the sale of a passport, and entitles participants to indulge in 10 momos from local Tibetan and Nepalese restaurants in the neighbourhood.
This year’s participating restaurants are yet to be announced, but you know they’re going to be good. Last year, those along for the crawl enjoyed eats from Daiko, Himalayan Kitchen, Loga’s Momo Corner, Om Restaurant, Shangrila Restaurant, Tashi Delek Cafe, and Tibet Kitchen, Garleek, Little Tibet, and Yak Cafe.
To partake, all you need to do is purchase a passport for $25, allowing you to try a combined total of 10 momos at any participating restaurant.
When: July 28 from 1 pm to 5 pm
Where: Participating restaurants in Parkdale
Tickets: Available online from $25