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Where to Eat First Nations Food in Toronto – Ontario Culinary Tourism Alliance

by ahnationtalk on October 12, 201820 Views

October 11, 2018

Nish Dish Marketeria & Catering

Looking to try something old, something new and something that deeply represents a ‘taste of place’ here in Ontario? From a quick bite to a multi-course contemporary dining experience, here are three First Nations restaurants in Toronto that are showcasing a modern take on Indigenous cuisine.

Chef Johl Whiteduck Ringuette of Nish Dish focuses entirely on traditional Indigenous foods, championing his Anishnawbe (Nish) roots. Nish Dish started out as a catering business here in Toronto and has since expanded into a brick-and-mortar restaurant at Bloor and Clinton Street. This is a fantastic place to dine in an easy-going, counter and café setting, while indulging in land-to-table dishes: wild rice and mushroom dishes; harvest vegetable soups; and venison, pheasant and salmon mains. Chef Whiteduck Ringuette is also an educator of Anishnawbe food culture and is available for food introductions and workshops on indigenous cuisine.

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