Eat like an Egyptian.
Papyrus has soft-opened on the Danforth and it’s offering up vibrant, nutritious and delicious looking Egyptian lunches to anyone looking for an energy-boosting bite.
They’ll soon be extending their hours to include dinnertime, too.
The spot’s menu is filled with bright and fresh options that are sure to add some pep to your step, especially on these dreary winter days.
Ful, a dish made with fava beans, lemon, lime, olive oil and spices is sure to leave you full. And the layers of rice, lentils, pasta, tomato sauce, caramelized onions and garnish in Koshari will definitely make you feel warm and cozy.
Complement your main with Dokka or Egyptian Lentil Soup, and finish with Mastic Ice Cream with Pistachios.
You’ll be totally satisfied, and won’t feel like a nap either, because the dishes are so fresh and loaded with vegetables.
So if you’re looking for an energy-boosting, bright and delicious meal on the Danforth, you know where to go.
Address: 337 Danforth Avenue
Phone: 647 352 3878
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